Saturday Night Go Karts Party

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On your mark, get set, go!

Looking for a good way to exhaust that competitive nature?  Are you up for some blood pumping adrnealine?  I have an activity that will be right up your alley - racing alley...

Saturday night is go kart racing night!  You can race your friends, co-workers or significant others on some of the most extreme go karts in the world.  These karts possess 6.5 horsepower, 4-stroke Honda engines with a racing inspired steering wheel.  They allow you to burn out of the starting gate, turn without hesitation and careen around the hair-pin corners.  These karts are certainly not for kids!

The Allsports Grand Prix track features a road-racing rofile inspired by the Monaco Grand Prix racetrack.  The track is regularly used by professional and amateur racers for training and the ability to push their driving to the limit.

All participants will be breifed in safety measures followed by two eight minute races.  Additional races can be purcased on site for an additional fee.

A pizza dinner will be served in the Allsports Grand Prix party room immediately prior to the race so none of the racers will have to compete on an empty stomach.

Note: All participants must have a valid drivers license.  Participants will also have to suit-up in race gear, strap on a helmet (both provided), and sign a waiver to race. 

Allsports Grand Prix
45915 Maries Road
Dulles (Sterling), VA 20166

Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.thingstododc.com/order_tix.php#375

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