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  • 12hrs of LVGP

    We have officially sold out our 12hr endurance race scheduled for March 20th-21st.  This all night race is the biggest race of the year at the facility.  The current line up includes drivers  from North Carolina, Massachusetts, Michigan, Canada, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Arizona and California. The fact that there is a following from all over North […]

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  • I hate SNOW!

    I’m going to start today by stating the fact that “I hate snow!”  We are facing what could be another historical storm in the northeast over the next 48hrs.  As I realize the inevitability that I will need to shovel through what could be  another foot of snow, there is one positive out of this.  Today […]

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  • A New Kind of Racer

    LVGP_FaceOfFun_91609 Last night I spoke to a group of 25 boy scouts from a local troop.  Something that brings great pleasure to me is speaking to students about entrepreneurship and how that word has changed my life.  The reason for the blog today is not to dive into entrepreneurship and its meaning but to talk […]

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  • The Race Name

    The Race Name is something that should be given some thought.  Little did I know that I would be referred to as “EL DIABLO” by most of my friends and colleagues.  It was a quick decision made shortly after watching the film Talladega Nights.  With that being said a Race name can stick with you […]

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  • Indoor Karting; an Adrenaline Rush

    Welcome to my first Blog.  The reason I felt the need to create a blog is that there is a lot of great things going on in the indoor karting industry that simply cannot be explained through our website or posts on facebook and twitter.  To start the blog I find it necessary to explain […]

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  • Odd venues spark, inspire business meetings

    Odd venues spark, inspire business meetings By Stacy Wescoe, Business Journal Staff Entertainment venues are to some degree recession proof, “or at least semi-recession proof,” according to Gary Seibert, owner of Ozzy’s Family Fun Center in Leesport. “People want to find something that takes their mind off their woes, whether it’s a recession, a depression […]

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix races to support the Autism Society’s LV Chapter

    By Lori McFerran | Special to Metromix MetroMix Cover – April 2009 The fast and the furious, Allentown-style! Sunday, April 5 was a day at the races but a day unlike any other. It was the first time the 6.5 hp Honda engines inside the GT3 Proline karts at the Lehigh Valley Grand Prix race […]

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  • The Next Wave: Who Are the Valley’s Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs?

    By Jana K. Hoffman Photo by Kenneth P. Volpe | transposure.com It was an intense game of Beirut at Lehigh University that brought Cooper and McCreary together. That’s what they say, anyway. All jokes aside, the success that these two have experienced over the last year has certainly sped by at more than 45 mph. While […]

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  • Kart racing: Have a blast driving fast!

    By: Diana Morse | Special to the Morning Call As racing champion Mario Andretti says: “If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough.” Andretti learned that lesson on the NASCAR and Formula One speedways of the world. But the principle holds true on more modest racing tracks, even the new Lehigh Valley […]

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  • Mountain Laurel gala, raceway opening

    By Diana Morse | Special to The Morning Call August 26, 2007 LET THE KART RACING BEGIN! The remarks were corny, but the sentiments were sincere. “I’ll steal the line I used from the Velodrome re-naming ceremony held last week [Friday, Aug. 10],” stated Ellen Kern of State Rep. Pat Browne’s office during remarks Saturday […]

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