Aeromotive, Inc. eagerly anticipates participation in Heartland Park’s grand reopening this weekend, April 2nd and 3rd, during its Street Legal Test-N-Tune. Sprawling Heartland Park Topeka has been a Midwest favorite since it opened in 1989, grabbing national headlines for over a quarter of a century with records like the first quarter-mile four-second and 300-mph barriers in Funny Car in 1993.
After the recession, numerous race tracks across the country were forced to close down, and Heartland Park certainly had its own share of struggles the past few years. However, with all new ownership and strong financial support by companies like Aeromotive, Inc., the tracks historic past is now paving the way for an exciting future for this premier motorplex that includes a drag strip, dirt track, road course, motor cross track, swap meets, shoot outs and more, including the 28th Annual NHRA Nationals. For more on Heartland Park, visit hpt.com.