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2014 Pacific Northwest

2014 Pacific Northwest Karting Challenge

Welcome to the fifth annual Pacific Northwest Historics Karting Challenge. The first four years were absolutely amazing and we raised an astonishing $172,000. Each year the teams battle it out on the track to raise funds for Seattle Children’s Hospital and you never know who will be participating next to you. The last couple of yearswe’ve had Indy 500 driver Dominic Dobson, and 24 hours of Daytona driver Don K itch Jr. out on the track racing. This year, the Karting Challenge will take place on Friday, June 20th, at PGP Motorsports Park, located at Pacific Raceways in Kent, WA.
There are 25 teams participating to win the championship helmet trophy. There are two ways to get your team’s name on the trophy. The first and most prestigious way is to raise the most amount of money and the second is to actually win the go-kart race.
We encourage each team to raise at least $2,000 per team. Every team must have four drivers, and each driver must do at least one lap around the track. In one breath we could say that this race lasts a whopping two hours, but in the next, we can tell you it goes by in the blink of an eye. With all the action happening on the track, plus the excitement in the pits, there is never a dull moment. It’s never too early for you to begin planning your kart team for next year’s sixth Karting Challenge. Perhaps it will be your name on the coveted trophy!
New this year! Jackson Dean Construction has committed to being our matching funds sponsor. Teams raising at least $1,000 in donations maybe eligible for an additional $1,000 match! See karting challenge rules for details.
All karting proceeds benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital. Through your support the patients at Children’s are the real winners.
If you’d like to make a donation to a karting team, please visit: http://www.razoo.com/team/2014kartingchallenge

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