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Drifting returns to PGP....


KENT, Wash. — (June 10, 2010) Drifting, one of the fastestgrowing
and most popular forms of motorsports around
the world, returns to PGP Motorsports Park this weekend,
with a special Graduation Day Bash from 5 p.m. to dusk on
Saturday, June 12.
In addition to watching 26 of the region’s top drifters
create amazing tire-smoking slides around the track at the
year-old racing facility, spectators will be able to enjoy a
beer garden for guests 21 and over, fantastic Greek food
from George’s Place in Kirkland, live music courtesy of DJ
PGP will also put on a SuperMoto demonstration and
guests will have the chance to browse through vendor
displays. Hillside seating will be open, so bring your
lawnchairs or lawn blankets to enjoy spectacular full-track
Admission is $15 and premium parking costs $5.
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About PGP Motorsports Park
PGP Motorsports Park is the Northwest’s premier multi-purpose racing facility and is located in close
proximity to the greater Seattle metropolitan area. Named “Best Guys Weekend Destination” for 2010
in the KING 5 Evening Magazine Best of Western Washington contest, the track is easy to get to and
inexpensive to utilize, making PGP a rare combination of top-level racing excitement and affordability.
For more information on PGP events and services, visit www.pacificgp.com or call (253) 639-7223.
PGP Motorsports media contact
Paul Zalud, (206) 390-9858, paul@pacificgp.com

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