Although one usually thinks of RV parks and campgrounds when we think of large numbers of RV’s in one place there is another location where RV’s can be found in some abundance. Another group of citizens who spend a lot of time living in RV’s are those who follow the racing circuits.
Whether they spend time at the various classes of racetrack around the country or are involved in off-road racing the participants and their families find the creature comforts of motor homes to be very desirable.
Off-road racing family trusts RV from Findlay. Courtesy Photo. Kenny Freeman of the Southern Nevada Off Road Enthusiasts is seen by his 40-foot 2006 Winnebago Vectra bought from Findlay RV at 4530 Boulder Highway.
Returning to RV cityArizona RepublicWhen NASCAR comes to Phoenix International Raceway this week, an RV city of 24,000 people will live in and around the track. It’s part of a decades-old RV culture at PIR in which friendships and romances bloom, som …
But the town’s crown jewel, the premier Road America racetrack, is what really put this quaint village on the world map.
Being able to park just feet from the racetrack in the RV section to the south side of MMP’s track provides arguably the best seat in the house and puts fans closest to the action.