KENT, Wash. — (Sept. 7, 2010) The days may get shorter as the calendar rolls into Fall and Winter, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop racing and having fun at PGP Motorsports Park. No matter what type of racing you prefer, the Northwest’s premier multi-purpose motorsports facility has something to brighten your days from October to March and the racing is always rain-or-shine.
Ø Karting. For kart pilots there will be a five-round Stars of Kart Series beginning on Nov. 7 and running on one Sunday each month through the finale on March 6, 2011. PGP will also offer Fall (beginning Oct. 9) and Winter (beginning Dec. 4) Rental Kart Series on Saturdays where no prior racing experience is required but 15 is the minimum age.
Ø Lap Attack. For full-size four-wheel racers, PGP will have five rounds of the always popular Lap Attack Series once per month on Sundays beginning Oct. 10. Drivers in three categories, front-wheel Drive (FWD), rear-wheel drive (RWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD), will compete to turn the quickest times around PGP’s 14-turn .82-mile asphalt track.
Ø Stars of Motorsports. The newest addition to the racing calendar at PGP is the five-round Stars of Motorsports Series, a multiple racing discipline competition one Sunday a month beginning Nov. 19. Cars, karts and bikes will compete on the same day, giving all of PGP’s drivers the chance to experience the full range of racing available at the state-of-the-art venue.
For complete schedules and more information on these exciting racing events, visit www.pacificgp.com.
In addition to the wide variety of racing on tap this Fall and Winter, don’t forget PGP is available for group events including anniversaries, birthdays, corporate and team-building events, and class reunions. Conveniently located and named one of the region’s Best Destinations in the King 5 Evening Magazine Best of Western Washington contest, PGP is the perfect venue for a fun and memorable event for groups ranging in size from 10 to several hundred. You set the date and leave all the details to PGP’s event-planning staff.