The National Corvette Museum has landed another major sponsor for its Motorsports Park that will open in September.
Holley Performance Products will sponsor a 12,600-square-foot control tower and event center.
"It's a two-story building. The bottom floor consists of classrooms, a lobby, and a retail area," said Motorsports Park General Manager Mitch Wright. "The second floor will be the race control area, and in addition to that, there will be a 2,100-square-foot viewing deck up there."
Holley is the second major company to sign on as a sponsor of the park, joining Michelin Tires.
Construction is about a week ahead of schedule for the track’s grand opening on Labor Day weekend.
The Motorsports Park features a three-mile road course on nearly 200 acres just across I-65 from the Corvette Museum.