High Point group proposes Grand Prix-style race event

Gunin, Joan
September 2008
Furniture/Today;9/1/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p25
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The article reports on the proposal of a city group in High Point, North Carolina to hold a Grand Prix-style street racing in 2010. A contingent of community leaders and racing enthusiasts, Furniture City MotorSports, seeks approval from the High Point City Council to convert swath of downtown streets into a race course. It hopes to win the approval of the council in 2008 and hold the first race in the spring or early summer of 2010. The race is hoped to be a major event running 10 to 14 days.


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