He points out the Arapahoe County Planning Commission hadmodified its master plan to accommodate WorldPark's development."We are going to push ahead to build WorldPark under thejurisdiction of Arapahoe County," Fellows says.

Fellows had wanted to tap Aurora utilities for his WorldParkdevelopment that would include an automobile racetrack, a dragstrip, commercial development and a Native American center. Fellowshad wanted Aurora voters to overturn an ordinance, adopted lastyear that prohibits motor sports in city limits.

"We are disappointed, but not discouraged," Fellows toldGlobeSt.com. "It's a continued commitment for WorldPark." Fellowsblamed the New York City owners of a competing racetrack inColorado Springs for financing a campaign against his project in1999 and this year.

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