Hawaii Resolutions for the Construction of New Racing Facility Die as the Legislature Adjourns
House and Senate companion resolutions (H.C.R. 42 & S.C.R. 108) advocating for the construction of a new race track facility on the island of Oahu failed to pass before Hawaii’s legislature adjourned for 2019.
The resolutions recognized that the Hawaiian racing community on Oahu has been without a motorsports facility for more than a decade.
The resolutions also recognized that the creation of a race track on the island of Oahu would have increased tourism and provided a legal alternative to street racing.
Mahalo to those who voiced support for this effort.