By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to former racer and promoter Ryan Lowe, Outlaw Motor Speedway has been sold to a developer. He said that Gary Clay, who had recently owned the track, received an offer that he could not refuse.
The track is located in Oktaha, Oklahoma. The dirt track will now close in the near future.
Lowe had a lease-purchase agreement with Gary and Theresa Clay. The deal was supposed to take place in January.
“I was made aware that he had a contract with our local realtor and our lease would not take place until that contract was fulfilled, I believe at the end of January,” he said in the video, adding that “(Gary) said if somebody came and offered full price he would probably sell it When we met (last) Wednesday he said he sold it to (an) out of state outfit that does not have plans on it ever being a place for racing again.”
It is not clear at this time when the track will start the process to become houses. Or how many houses will be placed on the lot where the track used to be.
Sadly, more and more tracks around the country are shutting down. This is the fate for some of the tracks, as real estate is the prime candidate to replace so many former tracks.© 2007-2023 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.