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Alaskan investors buy N. Idaho speedway

POST FALLS – An Alaska company has stepped into buy the State Line Speedway in northern Idaho.

Track officials confirmed recently that Competitive Edge LLC, based in North Pole, Alaska, acquired the 37-year-old speedway from Walt and Joe Doellefeld. Terms of the sale of the Post Falls speedway were not disclosed.

The brothers owned the quarter-mile track for 23 years and have agreed to stay on another year during the transition.

The company also owns Competitive Edge Racing School, which operates out of offices located at the track. The company bought the school in 2009.

State Line Speedway was originally opened in 1974 by Bill Eberle and was later operated by Chuck and Terry Little, parents of NASCAR driver Chad Little.

The track has a capacity of more than 5,000 and hosts about 60 racing events annually.

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