It’s the perfect place for those with go-fast dreams.
The fast feature caught clicks on the web, and the property raced onto the list of most popular homes on Realtor.com®.
“As far as I know, no other properties have a functioning drift race track on it,” says listing agent Lew Forrest, with Porches and Pastures.
The year-old asphalt track is 9/10 of a mile long, and 30 feet wide.
“Drift racing is where they usually pair up vehicles to go down a very winding track, and they approach corners essentially sideways,” Forrest explains. They’re “spinning the tires, and that’s essentially the whole thing—and they drift.”
Cart racing uses similar tracks, and the sale price includes the track, the 2,233-square-foot home, nine commercial go-carts, and much more.
“It took about a year to build the track,” he says. There are also tire stations, parking lots, shaded pavilions, and a shop on the property’s 40 acres.
It’s known as Cam’s Acres and is available for rent for special events. The rate is $2,000 a day and includes camping spaces and fire pits.
“It does generate income,” Forrest says.
The 2,233-square-foot house on the lot was built in 1997 and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
A covered porch wraps around the house, and there’s also a sunroom.
There’s a large pond for fishing, and a pecan orchard provides shade.
Forrest says it’s a beautiful piece of property, even if racing isn’t your thing. But he adds that the racetrack is the draw.
With 40 acres, Forrest says there is room to build a drag strip, sand pits, and more.
There are no ordinances on noise and there is direct access off a two-lane highway. So you can go ahead and rev those engines!
“It is located about two hours south of Oklahoma City and maybe three hours north of Dallas–Fort Worth, TX,” he says. “The nearest town is McAlester, which is about 20 minutes away. They have shopping and hotels.”
Forrest says the seller built the track because of a son’s interest in drift racing and is selling it because of a change in family circumstances.
In an Instagram post, the sellers state, “We are needing to move closer to town and [want to] give someone else the opportunity to continue the legacy of this wildly popular drift venue we started a year ago.”