About the Track

September 15th Plan Submission
August 6th Zoom Call Plan

The Nashville Motorsports Enclave is a proposed performance racetrack facility on the border of Rutherford County and Williamson County in middle Tennessee.   The racetrack enclave would be built on approximately 260 acres of land, zoned as Residential Medium, at the corner of Spanntown Road and New Castle Road.  This property is known as the historical Spann Farm, and is surrounded by single-family homes and family-owned farms.  It is adjacent to the site of the Tennessee Renaissance Festival.  The Enclave would be built on Rutherford County land with access from a Williamson County road (New Castle Road), and because of this, it is vitally important that both Rutherford County and Williamson County residents are aware of this proposal and have the ability to fully consider the project's pro's and con's.   Click here to jump to the Google map of the area.

In order to construct this track, the developer will first need to get a Zoning appeal, or Proposed Planning Unit Development (PUD).  Read more about the Zoning Appeal process here:  Rutherford County Zoning Appeal Process

At this time, the developer has not yet made a formal application for rezoning.  If the developer makes a formal application for rezoning, there will be two public hearings at which citizens will be able to make concerns known to the Planning Commission and Board of Commissioners.  Update: The developer submitted the application for a zoning appeal on September 15th, 2020. The application will go to the Rutherford County Planning Department, they will review (1 week or so) and then give the information to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission will vote on this on October 12, 2020, at that point it will go to the County Commission on November 10, 2020 to be voted on for actual approval or denial. We need to flood the Planning Commission and the County Commission with calls!

The Nashville Motorsports Enclave will serve the members of the Nashville Motorsports Club.  The proposed site program includes:

  • 5.6 miles of race track, in three loops

  • 75 - 100 private garages, each between 1,400 - 2,600 square feet

  • Helipad for helicopter landing/take-off

  • Track tower

  • Concourse event area

  • Spectator viewing area

  • Motorcross Enclave

  • Welcome center/event center  (15,000 - 20,000 square feet)

  • Administrative/Track operations building (35,000 - 42,000 square feet);  includes:

    • Media/marketing/event planning​

    • Campus security and maintenance operations

    • Track operations

    • Pro Shop, with sponsored merchandise

  • Two-story clubhouse (22,000 - 26,000 square feet), including banquet hall for 300 people

  • Convenience store/gas station, in partnership with Sunoco (5,000 - 7,000 square feet)

  • Wedding center:  5,000 square foot chapel, 5,500 square foot reception facility, bride/groom quarters

  • Operations building (20,000 square feet)

  • Super car maintenance and service center (20,000 square feet)

  • Car sales center 

  • Engine machining building (12,000 - 16,000 square feet)

  • Fabrication, paint and body shop (12,000 - 16,000 square feet)

  • Specialty car storage (12,000 - 16,000 square feet)

  • Other commercial business building (12,000 - 16,000 square feet)

  • Corporate/Non-profit enclave (clubhouse, bunkhouse, cafeteria)

  • Tiny home enclave, with 50 tiny homes and a recreation/event facility

  • Event parking

  • Staff parking

ABOUT US >

We are a group of Middle Tennessee residents who oppose the construction of the Nashville Motorsports Enclave in our local community.

This website is intended to provide information and our opinion about the proposed track, and we do our best to carefully research information before posting.  If you find a factual error, please email us at the email address below.

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