... there are other tracks in that area such as Portsmouth Motor Speedway (The Beast of the East) as well as Scale Speedway in Dover, PA, that all have great programs aimed at local interest.
Just to beat the horse again, and to emphasize my point about grassroots/bottom up vs top-down, I'll take your word for it that Portsmouth and Scale Speed Raceway have well-attended and active racing programs.
But who knows? Neither has an entry in the Club & Home Raceway list here at Slotblog. I see they both have Facebook pages, with 427 and 823 likes respectively.
My assumption is that neither track has growing participation as part of their agendas, nor does it seem they have any significant desire to increase the visibility of their chosen hobby. More like preaching to the choir to be sure the church doesn't get too big... LOL!
I'm not suggesting that growth and visibility have to be items of concern for club & home track owners, but feel there are long-term ramifications to the overall model racing hobby that will result from a universe of small, unpublicized tracks whose existence is known only to the small number of participants.