Ontario gears up to be home to world’s first racetrack, luxury car club and auto hub – Oro Station

    Ontario gears up to be home to world’s first racetrack, luxury car club and auto hub – Oro Station

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    Ontario gears up to be home to world’s first racetrack, luxury car club and auto hub – Oro Station

    Oro Station is a new racetrack, luxury car club and automotive industry hub being built in Oro Medonte, Ont.

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    It takes a wild imagination to envision Oro Station, a new racetrack, luxury car club and automotive industry hub being built in Oro Medonte, Ont. Not only is that because it’s an ambitious development the likes of which doesn’t exist in this country – nor, perhaps, in the world – but also because on this day in early August, the site is little more than 200-acres of grassy, overgrown farmland.

    Driving an off-road buggy that’s kicking up a thick plume of dirt while bouncing across what will, eventually, become the racetrack’s pit-lane, is Geoffrey Campbell, managing partner of Oro Station. He must be doing nearly 100 km/h.

    Geoffrey Campbell, managing partner of Oro Station, riding a buggy at the future site of Oro Station

    Matt Bubbers/The Globe and Mail

    Campbell is a developer, managing partner at Oakleigh Developments, but he’s also a car fanatic and Oro Station is his baby. It’s something he’s been thinking about for 10 years. Now it’s starting to become real.

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    Campbell leans out of his buggy and points out where the main boulevard and pit building will be. “Imagine walking through this facility,” he says. “You’ve got a museum sitting here, you stopped by the cafe for coffee, the garage doors are open here where they’re working on a bunch of vintage Mustangs,” he…

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