The 2,000-foot sprint boat racing track next to the Ontario Municipal Airport was empty last week but there will be plenty of competitive action at the facility this weekend. (The Enterprise/PAT CALDWELL)
ONTARIO – Ron Dillon is used to making things happen.
The former Caldwell, Idaho resident and long-term promoter is also familiar with success.
Take the Big Nasty Hill Climb. Dillon spearheaded the Payette County motorcycle happening which began as a modest event. Eight years after the first motorcycle attempted to climb up a steep, high desert hill north of New Plymouth, the event attracted more than 13,000 people.
Now Dillon is poised to unwrap what he hopes will be another must-see crowd experience when he opens his sprint boat racing track at the old Ontario Golf Course Friday . . .