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In light of the recent court filings against planned, private racetrack Apex Motor Club, and the City of Maricopa, representatives from Apex say that they are not swayed in the least and will take the appropriate legal actions to ensure success of the project.

“The one thing we’re confident of is our support from  the City,” said Matt Williams, vice president and managing partner of Apex.  “And we’re 100 percent committed to seeing this through.”

Scott Turkington, vice president and development partner,  also said, “Apex has been the beneficiary of overwhelming support from the residents of the City of Maricopa. Like us, they realize the numerous benefits Apex will contribute to the City’s continued economic growth and uniqueness. Have no doubt, we remain committed to making Apex a reality in Maricopa.”

The Apex project has been unanimously approved by the City Council.

The developer of Apex  Motor Club, Private Motorsports Group, is making a significant, long-term commitment to Maricopa’s sustainable growth with the intention of benefiting the City of Maricopa, Pinal County and the State of Arizona.

From the inception to the completion of Apex’s three development phases, Apex’s approximate $30 million in construction and land acquisition costs would generate approximately 400 construction jobs earning a combined $14.5 million in wages.  These direct impacts would create an additional 300 jobs with wages of approximately $11 million and approximately $25.0 million in economic activity.  A total of approximately 700 jobs, approximately $25 million in combined wages and  $55 million in economic output would be generated by the development of Apex in the City of Maricopa.  These numbers are from Rounds Consulting Group’s study.

When stabilized, 20 full-time employees would be employed by Apex.  The economic impact generated by these employees would be over $3.1 million per year.  In addition to the direct jobs, 15 indirect jobs would be supported through the local economy.  This would generate an added $1.9 million in annual economic activity.  In total, approximately  $1.5 million in wages and approximately $5 million in economic activity would be generated by Apex once stabilized.

A premier southwest motorsports club, Apex Motor Club will be centrally located in the Phoenix Metropolitan area, situated on 280 acres of land in the City of Maricopa.  Apex is designed to meet the demands of avid auto enthusiasts, as well as provide a destination location to race, relax and socialize.  Apex offers a multi-dimensional lifestyle experience, with all of the amenities, to people who are passionate about motorsports and the thrill of the race.

The track, designed by Bob Barnard of Motorsports Service International,  accommodates modern sports cars, track cars, and vintage cars.  The spacious garage condominiums store your vehicles in style.  The Clubhouse includes a dining room and lounge for relaxing, mingling and lively conversation.  For your convenience, meeting rooms are also on site.  In addition, the property will include a 12,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose  building for member events and club related functions.

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