Getting Up To Speed With Pole Position Raceway

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Pole Position Raceway Track-GamesPole Position Raceway is America’s #1 chain of indoor kart tracks. Created for racers, by racers, the Pole Position Raceway experience was developed with help from well-known names in the racing world like 2004 NASCAR champion Kurt Busch, 7-time AMA Supercross champion Jeremy McGrath, and X-Games freestyle gold-medalist Mike Metzger. Pole Position Raceway’s state-of-the-art racing facilities feature quarter-mile tracks, the latest in high-performance, all-electric, emission-free indoor karts capable of speeds of 45 MPH, arcade games, and space for private parties or corporate events.

Pole Position Raceway opened its Jersey City, NJ doors in December 2010, and has continued to expand since then, including opening their Long Island location in 2014.

One of the fastest-growing forms of family entertainment in the country, this unique entertainment experience allows up to 10 drivers at a time to compete in side-by-side racing action on each track. Best of all, the karts use electric technology so there are no fumes. Offering a variety of racing options to suit the needs of all racers—from families to diehard karting enthusiasts—Pole Position Raceway features adult karts for racers who are at least 58 inches tall and separate junior karts for kids who are at least 48 inches tall, in addition to video/arcade games for the rest of the family.

Featured on Good Morning America, TLC’s Cake Boss, Nickelodeon’s Victorious, Good Day New York, and more, Pole Position Raceway has hosted numerous private and corporate events for hundreds of companies including Bank of America, Verizon, Toyota, Infosys, DeWalt, Trump Resorts, PriceWaterhouse, Target, Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Pfizer, and Microsoft.

For more information, visit www.polepositionraceway.com or call 201-333-RACE (7223).

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