warmstrongnew - Wes Armstrong

Tell us about the cars you love to drive

Currently I track with a track prepped “Noble” which originates from the UK, and of which there are only roughly 200 within the US and are no longer being produced.

Have you ever been trained to drive?

Have done numerous track weekends with both SCCA and NASA, and am always looking to improve and expand my skill set.

What do you do for a living?

President / CEO  – My firm works with Fortune 500 companies, primarily their principals, accomplishing executive consulting on diversified interests such as private and commercial real estate transactions, private and corporate aviation division development and over site, as well as consulting on private mega-yacht assets acquired and operated. 

Where do you live?


How do you use your membership? Business? Pleasure?

I foresee utilizing our membership primarily for personal use, as well as being able to show friends and associates the great benefits of being able to frequent the track for unobtrusive fun ! 

What do you like most about AMP

I like the plan to have a private facility a family and friends can use frequently, and conveniently. This will improve all’s skills as they build experience. The social factor will develop as time proceeds, and should provide many fun events.

What was it about AMP that made you want to join?

As mentioned, to improve the actual “use” factor and skill improvement

Anything you would like to say to other potential members?

Membership certainly isn’t for all, but for those track aficionados’ whom relish some social environment along with what is intended to be a top notch private facility for automotive, carts and bikes, then one should consider it. If one tracks already or desires to, and weighs all the time spent planning, preparing and actually traveling to any track events, one quickly appreciates how having such a facility at the ready close by where you can log lots of productive hours makes membership a real easy decision. 

Can’t wait until opening day !