The 85 acre Sandia Motor Speedway, located in Albuquerque, NM, is up for auction with a current bid of $3,999,369. The reserve has not been met. The complex is valued at a little over $4.2 million, and features a 1/4 mile oval, a 1/2 mile oval, a 1.65 mile road course, a 3000 seat grandstand, a quarter scale midget track, a scoring tower, and a giant motocross facility. There's even a heliport so you can chopper in when road traffic is too much to bear. The track carries a full racing schedule from May to October, and the rest of the time you can just cruise around it in your custom 18-wheeler with the 10x lifesize mural of your fave Japanese pop star painted on the side.
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