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2/19 Girls on the go: local drivers influenced by Danica Patrick

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – For the first time in Daytona 500 history, a woman will start from the pole position. And two local girls are among those hoping to follow in Danica Patrick’s tire tracks someday. When they rev the engines …

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2/18 Grand Prix adds horsepower to boost appeal as business, entertainment venue

When it came time to upgrade its fleet of gas-powered karts, Lehigh Valley Grand Prix President Mike McCreary had to make a decision. Should he go for the maximum speed the karts could hit and attract the growing number of …

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2/12 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Gets Faster Go-Karts

Lehigh Valley Grand Prix has converted its fleet of karts from 6.5hp Honda engines to 9hp Honda engines. This change will give customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the U.S. with no prior qualifications. “We are …

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2/12 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Gets Faster Go-Karts

Lehigh Valley Grand Prix has converted its fleet of karts from 6.5hp Honda engines to 9hp Honda engines. This change will give customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the U.S. with no prior qualifications. “We are …

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2/12 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Gets Faster Go-Karts

Lehigh Valley Grand Prix has converted its fleet of karts from 6.5hp Honda engines to 9hp Honda engines. This change will give customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the U.S. with no prior qualifications. “We are …

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2/12 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Gets Faster Go-Karts

Lehigh Valley Grand Prix has converted its fleet of karts from 6.5hp Honda engines to 9hp Honda engines. This change will give customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the U.S. with no prior qualifications. “We are …

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2/12 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix speeds up with Super Karts (2/12/13)

A Lehigh Valley business has invested in speed – literally. Lehigh Valley Grand Prix in Allentown, an indoor kart racing venue, has upgraded its fleet of gas-powered karts to Super Karts. At a cost of about $1,500 for each $10,000 …

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2/12 Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Gets Faster Go-Karts

Lehigh Valley Grand Prix has converted its fleet of karts from 6.5hp Honda engines to 9hp Honda engines. This change will give customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the U.S. with no prior qualifications. “We are …

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