Crandon International Raceway and all of its assets has been purchased by Cliff Flannery. The deal secures the future of racing at the iconic 400-acre Wisconsin racing facility. The track has been operating as non-profit 501c3 for decades. The new agreement allows Flannery to make money at Crandon for profit.
Jamey Flannery initially tried to purchase the property in 2021, but the deal fell through. Cliff’s newly formed company, Crandon Motorsports LLC will manage the property and events at Crandon International Raceway.
“The road to today’s announcement has been a long one that required us to overcome some bumps along the way,” explained Cliff Flannery. “This small but very faithful community, and our hard-working staff, have spent the better part of our collective lives building Crandon International literally by hand. After 53 years it was time to make a change on how we operate and do business. I am proud of where we have come, and also what we have achieved. Considering the success of the past six or seven years, our future looks better than ever.”
Office Manager Tina Kulaf will remain in her role at the track.