Unfortunately that track will be a NASCAR track and an infield road course is not guaranteed even if the track is built. Not that infield road courses are all that great anyway since half the track ends up being a banked oval section. Don't get me wrong, I'd use the road course section if it was built but there are a couple better possibilities out there in the works for people who like road courses.
I think the Genoa track plan has the most momentum still and the best potential for fun with it being so damn big. Just because they haven't broke ground yet doesn't mean the project has fizzled like other projects we've been hearing about for years. Again, getting the land use permits and the local support for the project is what has stalled/killed most track plans around here - something Genoa has already checked off the list. Something the NASCAR track still has to battle with.
Of all the plans I've read or heard about Genoa is the one that I like most mainly because it would be 3 tracks built all at once. The two smaller 3-mile circuits and the big 6-mile mega circuit when the two smaller circuits are combined. And I like how it's not going to be a big spectator track so we can have access to it all year, not just when the pros aren't using it. That should make it more accessible to us.
Anyway, I hope to see something built before next spring somewhere by someone!