Coming to Tampa: A track where drivers can go up to 168 miles per hour
Brad Oleshansky, is bringing his wildly successful Track/ManCave Garage idea to the Bay Area!
The off-road tracks were designed internally and can be driven by “anything that’s caged,” Ostezan said. “Side-by-sides, rally cars, Jeeps, Broncos. No ATVs.”
Called the Motor Enclave, the 200-acre site also includes “car condos” that can house vehicles and mancaves, the 200-acre site, which cost $150 million to complete, will offer a 1.6-mile, 32-foot-wide winding paved track where cars can drive as fast as 168 miles per hour on straightaways, four off-road courses spanning 100 acres, a 37,000-square-foot events center and 240 units that owners can build out however they desire.
“Our site plan was for 280 units,” said Chas Ostezan, vice president of Motor Enclave. “But we’ve had multiple owners buy and combine units, bringing us to 240. We thought it would take four years to sell out. We have eight that remain.”
The first 100 units will be ready when the track opens. All will be finished by the third quarter of 2023.
“But all the owners can start driving when we open, units range in price from $368,000 to nearly $2 million, and the average buildout cost has been $400,000, Oleshansky said.