The National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park was opened in 2014, but later garnered criticism from people living in the surrounding area because of noise created by events on the track. The City-Couty Planning Commission of Warren County issued a notice of violation for the track in June, in part because of the lack of a noise abatement structure to help address neighbor complaints. 

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Warren District Court Judge John Brown on Tuesday morning set hearing at 9 a.m. March 28 for National Corvette Museum Foundation Inc.'s appeal…

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Warren District Court Judge John Brown on Tuesday set a case update for 9 a.m. Jan. 5 for the National Corvette Museum’s appeal of a $100-a-da…

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A second confirmation of behind-the-scenes discussions in the longstanding National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park noise dispute evidenced i…

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Warren Circuit Judge John Grise will delay his ruling on a request to restrict activities at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park aft…

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Warren District Judge John Brown scheduled a hearing for Nov. 17 on an appeal by the National Corvette Museum of a $100 a day fine levied by t…

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After being embroiled for more than a year in a dispute stemming from noise and whether a required certificate of occupancy was in place or ev…

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The National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park is appealing the fine levied against it for continuing to conduct events at the park while being…

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Clark Circle residents and National Corvette Museum officials continue to try to hammer out an agreement about noise from the NCM Motorsports Park.

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In recent weeks, local officials have taken a course in Noise 101 in their efforts to quiet the public roar about the sound of vehicles at the…

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Construction has begun on a 14-foot berm near Clark Circle properties to help settle the dispute over track noise from the National Corvette M…

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A noise abatement solution for beleaguered Clark Circle residents upset with the sound coming from the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Pa…

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The City-County Planning Commission of Warren County received a response this week from the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park on the i…

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Some residents who live near the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park want Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway to take action against t…

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An attorney representing residents of a neighborhood near the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park asked why a citation hasn’t been issue…

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Building construction at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park did not stop as directed under a notice of violation issued June 29, bu…

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An event scheduled for July 10 at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park is expected to go on as scheduled, despite a notice of violati…

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Residents of Clark Circle, a neighborhood near the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park, are continuing to raise noise with sound complai…

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Having had their fill of noise from the new NCM Motorsports Park in Warren County, local residents Tuesday evening brought a chorus of complai…

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With his mom’s permission, Darren Brown, 16, floored his 2006 Honda Accord at the NCM Motorsports Park as he learned how to handle the car in …

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The chance to enter the first Corvette in a competitive race at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park drew Minnesota-based Team Brauns…

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The National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park has received recognition as 2014’s outstanding facility and will break ground on its planned pav…

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A car race for the budget-conscious racer is going to be the NCM Motorsports Park’s first sanctioned racing event. 

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The National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park will host some unique cars and drivers this weekend – teenagers in their own vehicles.

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ov. Steve Beshear said motor sports enthusiasts have a place to satisfy their need for speed.

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After seeing some action during the National Corvette Museum 20th anniversary celebration, the NCM Motorsports Park is ready for its official …

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Thousands of people have been cruising into Bowling Green for the National Corvette Museum’s 20th anniversary celebration, and they’re not don…

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With Bowling Green’s automotive heritage and the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park coming this summer, now seems like the perfect time…

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The City-County Planning Commission approved a detailed development plan Thursday for the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park.

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The City-County Planning Commission on Thursday will consider approval of a detailed development plan for the National Corvette Museum Motorsp…

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Grading work is 95 percent complete on the National Corvette Museum’s new Motorsports Park.

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Today the National Corvette Museum broke ground for its Motorsports Park that will open for the museum’s 20th anniversary in late August 2014.

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The National Corvette Museum last week broke ground, sort of, for the new Motorsports Park off Porter Pike.

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Some funding for a project designed to bring high-performance driving enthusiasts to the area got approval Tuesday from the Bowling Green City…

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The Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau plans to give the National Corvette Museum a total of $400,000 over the next two years t…

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Warren County Fiscal Court on Friday gave final approval to an ordinance that would rezone property near the National Corvette Museum, allowin…

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A plan to build a motorsports park for high-performance driving and testing is one step closer to reality.

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The National Corvette Museum cleared a “major, major” hurdle Thursday night, according to Executive Director Wendell Strode.

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National Corvette Museum officials took time Tuesday night to address concerns area residents have expressed about a proposed motorsports park…

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The National Corvette Museum is hoping to nail down its naming sponsor for a new autocross facility before the end of the year.

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