STAMFORD, Conn. — Do you have a need for speed?
RPM Raceway, an all-electric indoor karting and entertainment destination, is bringing its authentic racing experience to Stamford — its only Connecticut location — during the first half of 2018.
In addition to competitive racing, the new location at 600 West Ave. will feature dining and sports bar operations, a 14-lane bowling facility, racing simulators, a multiplayer virtual reality experience and a state-of-the-art arcade.
Owned and operated by husband and wife team Eyal Farage and Karen Davis-Farage, the new two-level, 90,000-square-foot facility will include two quarter-mile racing tracks and add more than 100 jobs to the economy.
“Indoor kart racing is one of the fastest growing forms of family entertainment in the country,” said Davis-Farage. “After extensive research, we found an excellent location in Stamford that will enable us to build a state-of-the-art kart racing and entertainment facility that is fully-interactive and engaging.”
From weekend warriors seeking a quick thrill to determined racers looking to become the next Dale or Danica, RPM Raceway was created for racers of all levels.
Whether gunning it through its lightning fast straightaways or finding the apex of each hairpin turn, RPM Raceway’s fastest lap racing format will elevate adrenaline levels as drivers race along in high-performance, Italian-made go-karts capable of speeds up to 45 mph.
For information, visit Race.RPMRaceway.com/Stamford or call 201-333-7223.
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