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The planned Dominion Raceway has finally received approval for a $13 million loan, more than a year after Spotsylvania County officials approved the facility in Thornburg, raceway owner Steve Britt said Friday.Britt said that means construction activity should pick up soon at the 160-acre site, which has been virtually dormant

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The owners of the Dominion Raceway have released a new website as they prepare to open the Thornburg facility for the 2015 automotive-racing season. Dominionraceway.com includes details about the planned oval track, drag strip, road course, special events, schedule and more. Additional interactive elements are planned in the future. Principal

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Dominion Raceway now owns the 160 acres off Interstate 95 in Thornburg that will become an automotive-focused entertainment complex. A limited liability company composed of Steve Britt and Jerry D. Evans closed Wednesday afternoon on the land at the northeast corner of Interstate 95 and Mudd Tavern Road. The purchase

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Site work on the Dominion Raceway in Thornburg could begin within a month, principal owner Steve Britt said. Britt is currently juggling many details of the project, whose development is estimated to cost about $14 million including land acquisition. It will be privately financed. In the next few weeks Britt

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The land that was formerly home to the Old Dominion Speedway in the Manassas area was sold earlier this month to a home builder. Stanley Martin Homes purchased the roughly 40-acre site April 12 and plans 324 homes there, said Steve Britt, one of the former owners of the land

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An April 9 public hearing is scheduled in front of the Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors regarding the controversial proposed Dominion Raceway in Thornburg. The hearing, scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. in the supervisors’ meeting room in the Holbert Building, will involve amendments to the county’s comprehensive plan that

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The Virginia Department of Transportation says it does not object to the proposed Dominion Raceway’s request for amendments to Spotsylvania County’s development plan. Angela Foroughi, transportation & land use director for VDOT’s Fredericksburg District, wrote in a letter today to Spotsylvania’s Planning Department that the raceway’s Comprehensive Plan requests “do

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PDF: View the application packet. Spotsylvania County on Tuesday officially received an application for the proposed and much talked-about Dominion Raceway. Steve Britt—who hopes to build the racing complex on 160 acres at the northeastern corner of the Thornburg exit off Interstate 95—announced his plans late last year. He is

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The Dominion Raceway would provide a “major new source of economic activity” for Spotsylvania County, a prominent regional economist wrote in a new report. Stephen Fuller, director of George Mason University’s Center for Regional Analysis, recently completed the report for the developer of the proposed automotive racetrack and entertainment complex

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Steve Britt, who hopes to build the Dominion Raceway on 160 acres in Thornburg, said today he doesn’t think he will file a rezoning application for the speedway until after the holidays. Raceway officials had previously said they hoped to submit an application to Spotsylvania County this week. Britt also

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The Old Dominion Speedway’s planned relocation to Thornburg has been greeted with enthusiasm from racing fans, but people who own property near the proposed site have mixed feelings. Steve Britt, principal owner of the Old Dominion Speedway in Manassas, is under contract to purchase 160 acres on the northeast corner

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The owners of the Old Dominion Speedway in Prince William County may be eyeing the Fredericksburg region as a new home for their automotive racetrack. Steve Britt, principal owner of the stock-car and drag-racing facility in Manassas, said the track’s current site is hemmed in by residential developments. That’s leading

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