Active Mountain Raceway in Merritt, British Columbia

"The construction has commnenced on a 2 1/2 mile road course and driving school facility. The green light for the development came after several years of rezoning and design process for the 300 acre site as part of the Active Mountain Resort development. The company's management
is committed to making this a world class racing venue for many classes of racing cars, vintage cars and motor cycles. There has been a tremendous amount of interest shown by many groups in Western Canada throughtout the planning process, and we are looking forward to having
the track operational in early 2005.

The Motor Racing facility at Active Mountain Resort is located at the south entry to the city, using the excellent Coquihalla Toll Highway from Hope, and the Trans Canada Highway #1 from Vancouver."

Merritt is located 271 Kilometers (168 miles) northeast of Vancouver in the heart of the Nicola Valley. With a population of approximately 8,000, and a trading community area numbering approximately 15,000, Merritt is the commercial centre for the area. European pioneers searching for a trading route between the Coast and the Interior reached the area in the mid-1800s. Merritt was incorporated as a City in 1911, and is named in honour of William Hamilton Merritt, a mining engineer and railway promoter. Early settlers were attracted to the area because of its rich grasslands ideally suited for livestock Ranching remains an important part of Merritt's economy. The completion of the interior highway network placed Merritt at the hub of transportation and communications in the southern interior of British Columbia and precipitated economic changes that continue to the present.

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