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Story Published: March 21, 2008
By Susan W. Morgan

Construction of Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park Moving Forward
Boardman, OR: Construction of Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park (PNMP), motorsports country club, the first phase in Boardman's planned Speedway Activity District development will move forward at a brisk pace now that the preliminary requirements for construction at the site have been met.


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Story Published: May 29, 2007 at 6:53 PM PDT
By Susan W. Morgan

OREGONIANS WELCOME OREGON INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY DEVELOPMENT TO BOARDMAN
Statewide Support Encourages Developers to Court ISC and NASCAR
Boardman, OR - When Oregon International Speedway (OIS) breaks ground this summer for Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park (PNMP), a 4 plus mile road course, its membership roster will already include some of the most avid motorsport fans in the region. The first luxury motorsport country club to be built in the Pacific Northwest, PNMP will have approximately 400 exclusive memberships for both individuals and corporations and the potential to attract sanctioned premier race events such as IRL, Champ Car, IMSA, Grand American, American LeMans, SCCA, AMA and NASCAR.





Story Published: Apr 30, 2007 at 6:53 PM PDT
By Sara Desautel
Speedway Construction to Start this Summer
Speedway Construction to Start this Summer
BOARDMAN--Billie Jean Morris, Executive Director of the Boardman Chamber of Commerce says, "You know it's been a long time coming, the speedway project, and as most people who know that are involved with economic development projects, it will task your very patience and get on your last nerve before it really happens."


Monday, April 30, 2007
JOE GAMM
The Oregonian
OLYMPIA -- Twice rebuffed by Washington counties, NASCAR promoters say they're not giving up on the Northwest, but the number of places suitable for a major stock car racing track -- and willing to build one -- is dwindling.
The latest to say no was Kitsap County after originally courting the International Speedway Corp., operators of 12 tracks nationwide that host Nextel Cup series events. County leaders backed off when local opposition emerged and the state was unwilling to pay for half the cost of a track.

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Monday, April 30, 2007
RICHARD COCKLE
The Oregonian
An Eastern Oregon port district would welcome a NASCAR track on its 1,400 acres of sagebrush near the Columbia River town of Boardman.
"This is a place that wants them," Port of Morrow manager Gary Neal said. "It's a great fit."
Backers first proposed Boardman, about 160 miles east of Portland, for a speedway about seven years ago, and several investor groups have offered plans to make it happen over the years. Groundbreaking has been tentatively set several times, the last in fall 2006, but has never taken place.


April 30, 2007
BOARDMAN — Backers of a speedway in Boardman are hopeful the track will be open for racing by the summer of 2008.
Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park (P.N.M.P.), a subsidiary of Oregon International Speedway (O.I.S.), plans to break ground this summer on a motorsports country club at Boardman, with completion of the project expected sometime next year.

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April 30, 2007
Associated Press
BOARDMAN, Ore. (AP) - An Eastern Oregon port district would welcome a NASCAR track on its 14-hundred acres of sagebrush near the Columbia River town of Boardman.

Port of Morrow manager Gary Neal says it's a great fit because the place wants them. Boardman is about 160 miles east of Portland.

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April 20, 2007
OREGON SITE OF FIRST MOTORSPORTS COUNTRY CLUB IN NORTHWEST
Ground-breaking to take place in Boardman Summer 2007 Boardman, Ore. — Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park (PNMP), a subsidiary of Oregon International Speedway (OIS), will break ground this summer on a motorsports country club at Boardman, with plans to be open to members and other enthusiasts by Summer 2008.

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