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  • 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 always striving to offer the ultimate racing experience here at LVGP. We felt that the […]

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix in Allentown unveils upgraded fleet of ‘super karts’ for racing

    A 9 horsepower engine and top speeds of 50 mph may not seem like the kind of oomph that’ll generate buzz among racing enthusiasts. But considering these are the specs of a newly upgraded fleet of go- karts being raced on an indoor track, there’s a good chance many enthusiasts are going to be talking […]

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Converts to “Super Karts”

    Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, one of the premier indoor karting venues in the country, has converted its fleet of Sodi gas-powered karts from 6.5hp to 9hp Honda engines, upgrading them to Super Karts. This change gives customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the country. Lehigh Valley Grand Prix is now […]

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Converts to “Super Karts”

    Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, one of the premier indoor karting venues in the country, has converted its fleet of Sodi gas-powered karts from 6.5hp to 9hp Honda engines, upgrading them to “Super Karts.” This change gives customers the opportunity to race the fastest indoor concession karts in the country. Lehigh Valley Grand Prix is now […]

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Converts to “Super 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 always striving to offer the ultimate racing experience here at LVGP. We felt that the […]

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  • Ten Things To Do This Week

    6 p.m. Saturday, Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, 649 S. 10th St., Allentown. 610-432-7223, Allentown Watch as 10 asphalt and dirt racers go head-to-head in gas-powered karts in a 20-lap showdown. In addition, DJ Drift will be providing music. Following the race, attendees will be able to take part in $15 kart racing specials. Source: The […]

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  • Photos from The Express-Times

    Pete McIntosh II, of Alexandria Township, competes Saturday in the Race of Champions at Lehigh Valley Grand Prix in Allentown. The race pits drivers from asphalt and dirt racing against each other on an indoor track. Express-Times Photo | STEPHEN FLOOD Source: The Express-Times

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  • Event Calendar

    50 champion drivers, including Drift Nirvana Champion “Rapper” Dan Savage and Asphalt Modified Divisional Champion Jimmy Zacharias compete in qualifying races leading up to the Race of Champions (8:30 p.m.), music by DJ Drift, complimentary hor d’oeurves, beer and drink specials. www.raceseng.com. Source: The Morning Call

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Hosting “Race of Champions”

    Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, one of the premier indoor karting venues in the country, is hosting a “Race of Champions” on Saturday, February 2 that pits drivers from asphalt and dirt racing against each other in gas-powered karts that reach 45 miles-per-hour. The race, organized by Raceseng, a racing lifestyle brand, features over 50 champion drivers, […]

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  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix Hosting “Race of Champions”

    Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, one of the premier indoor karting venues in the country, is hosting a “Race of Champions” on Saturday, February 2 that pits drivers from asphalt and dirt racing against each other in gas-powered karts that reach 45 miles-per-hour. The race, organized by Raceseng, a racing lifestyle brand, features over 50 champion drivers, […]

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    We have missed all of you and are excited to see you experience the NEW TRACK LAYOUT and the new additions to the facility!  We have been working hard to put new guidelines in place for everyones safety.  Reservations and bookings can be made directly through our website to minimize interactions.

    Masks:  We are fully aware that wearing masks is a controversial topic at the moment.  In order for our business to survive we need to make all of our customers feel comfortable.  We ask that you please wear a mask or our new full face head socks while at the facility.  WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO SURVIVE!  Thank you so much!

    Looking forward to providing everyone with an adrenaline rush!!

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