The Pinnacle Motor Complex Team

Longtime friends and Northwest Arkansas natives Nick, John, and Travis have shared a passion across all things motorsports. In Q1 of 2021, the team began a collaborative effort developing Pinnacle Motor Complex as a destination for the “enthusiast community”. The PMC vision is to create a high-end, family friendly, motor complex centrally located in NWA. The top tier concept will facilitate safe secure housing and community - event synergies while serve industry passions for all things automotive and marine.

Nicholas Dozier

PMC Lead

Nick is a technology entrepreneur with an extensive background in analytics and data serving the vendor community. His current company Centric provides technology solutions for small format retailers all over the country. Nick is combining his love for cars, and his property development experience previously with Estates at Southgate, a high-end residential neighborhood in Rogers, into the Pinnacle Motor Complex. He currently lives in Rogers with his wife, Shanna, and two young boys who already share his passion for things with 4 wheels!

John Brannan

Development Lead

John has a background in business and operational management. His leadership experience extends across retail strategy and supplier operations supporting Walmart Inc. Historically he and Nick have collaborated on Estates at Southgate, Decision Science, and now Pinnacle Motor Complex. His automotive passion has spanned for decades focusing on vintage sports cars, fabrication, and racing. His wife, Melissa, and two daughters live in Bentonville, AR.

Travis Ball

Operations Manager

Owner and operator of Ball Metal Fabrication; Travis Ball and team build ultra high performance vehicles and the mechanical systems surrounding them. His reputation has earned him a high degree of notoriety within the racing and automotive fabrication industry. His engineering skills are commissioned from across the country and are regularly seen at both active racing circuits (NHRA/IHRA/MMPSA) and builder events such as SEMA. His wife and daughter reside in Rogers, AR.