I would think with other closest tracks to you not operating this season, it would be a good opportunity to run at least a limited schedule.
Might be a little late in the deal to get solid car counts on a weekly basis. Several teams that I know of already made commitments to run some other tracks even though they are a bit of a drive for them.
Give it a shot.
The nice thing about karts is they don't need a cut up and prepped track like the 600s. Hard and slick (as long as it's smooth) seems to be the common fare, and they will run for a percentage of their own money (entry fees.)
Who will you have for a parts vendor or tech?