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Weekly Go-Kart Races

Weekly Go-Kart Races

Indochine Insurance announced that it will hold weekly go-kart races at the race

track in Kambol, past Pochentong airport on Route 4. According to a press release,

races are scheduled every Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 12:30 each morning. Participation

is open to all wanna-be Indy 500 dragsters for a fee of $25.

Entrants will take part in a series of three heats. The race organizers will provide

go-karts, mechanical and medical back-up, computerized lap scoring, helmets and race

suits.

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