As you get older, birthday parties become harder to figure out. What once used to be a fun night of hanging out with friends from school, having your parents order pizza and staying up late has slowly turned into less of an event as your age gets higher up there. For those of us still fighting the good fight when it comes to growing up, there are still hopes for having an awesome birthday that still has some of the old flair that birthday parties from our youth were full of. Here are a few ideas for birthday parties in South Jersey for those of us who are only young at heart.
We’re sure you’ve all heard some sort of argument over the different types of racing and vehicles. NASCAR is better than Formula1 or the other way around. Asphalt driving is much easier than off road courses. Electric karts are way better than gas powered. Whether you believe in one or the other for any of the arguments listed above, you’ll have to admit that there are some very interesting differences when it comes to the small word of auto racing, including go kart racing. We’re here to take a look at some of the more note-worthy differences and explain why proponents for each side believe they’re right.
Earlier in the week, our friend Adrian wrote a very good blog about how you can improve your go kart racing skills with a list of tips. In his article he also alluded to the fact that he has had a few “shameful performances” on our track in the past and has since turned to the internet racing gods for wisdom. While all of his tips were valid and spot on when it comes to racing properly and shaving time off your laps, it troubles me to inform our readership that poor Adrian failed to implement his tips for his own racing during our latest outing this week and was instead bested by yours truly. To be fair, he made drastic improvements since his last session and is still a very capable racer. All rousing aside, I felt like I should weigh in on the debate of what racers should be doing in order to race extremely well. So here are the 4 things I personally stand by that help me keep ahold of that kick ass medal you see to the left of this paragraph week-in and week-out.
In a perfect world, businesses would run smoothly every day of the year. Employees would show up on time, get along with each other, do their work without complaining and stay at the company for the entirety of their careers. Sadly, this isn’t Pleasantville. You’re business is going to go through slumps. There will be employee turnover at some point and not everyone is going to get along. These are the realities of owning a business and if you want employees to be happy, productive and cordial then you may want to consider a corporate team building day. Below are some key indicators for when you might need to do some team building along with activities we believe can help alleviate the problem.
If you’re headed to Speed Raceway for the first time chances are you’re going to be a little overwhelmed with everything you’ll see and hear. Many of our newcomers, while still having tons of fun, make some very predictable mistakes when it comes to go kart racing. Because of that, we’ve decided to plan out what we believe is the best set of things for any newcomer to do at our track.
Summer seems to be slowly making an exit and there are signs to show it. Leaves are starting to change colors, the weather is slowly getting colder and kids are heading back to school. Luckily for you, the signs have been pretty drawn out this year; giving you the chance to get your last bit of summer fun in before it’s too late! With little time left to fit in all the purely summer activities you haven’t done yet, we here at Speed Raceway figured we would help you out by listing some of the best things you can still do before fall takes over!
Here at Speed Raceway we’ve just finished updating our electric go karts and we’re ready to let you know all about it! While our go kart racing was already fast before the upgrades, you should see it now! Here’s a list of some of the upgrades we’ve made and how it will help you beat your best lap time!
To me, there are a number of American summer traditions that will never grow old. There’s no place better than being at a baseball game on a warm night, a picnic just isn’t the same without some Kool Aid and apple pie, and a summer isn’t really complete until you’ve been go kart racing. Yes folks, summer time is a particularly special time for us Americans. We love enjoying the warm weather, the seasonal athletics and of course the abundance of entertainment. If you think you’re working too much this summer or spending too much time on the couch at home, all of us here at Speed Raceway have a few great ideas to help remind you what summer is really about!