Hawaii Reintroduces Resolutions for the Construction of New Racing Facility
DON’T DELAY! Please contact the members of the House Transportation and Senate Energy, Economic Development, and Tourism Committees immediately and request their support for H.C.R. 132/ S.C.R. 224:
You may use the following points in your message:
- H.C.R. 132/S.C.R. 224 express support for the creation of a race track on the island of Oahu, which would provide a gathering place for local racers and racing enthusiasts.
- H.C.R. 132/S.C.R. 224 recognize that the creation of a race track on the island of Oahu would increase tourism and provide a legal alternative to street racing.
- H.C.R. 132/S.C.R. 224 also recognize that the island has been without a racing facility for more than a decade despite its significant population within the state.
- H.C.R. 132/S.C.R. 224 honor Oahu’s rich tradition of racing dating backing back to drag racing in the 1950’s.
Overview: SAN-supported resolutions (H.C.R. 132/S.C.R. 224) have been reintroduced in Hawaii advocating for the construction of a new racetrack or raceway park on the island of Oahu. The racing community lost motorsports facilities on Oahu more than a decade ago. Similar resolutions were introduced last year but failed to pass the Legislature. The resolutions are currently awaiting consideration in the House Transportation and Senate Energy, Economic Development, and Tourism Committees.