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Community invited to celebrate 50 years of Goodwood Kartways

The karting track has been the original training ground for major Canadian motorsport drivers, including Paul Tracy and Scott Goodyear
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NEWS RELEASE
GOODWOOD KARTWAYS
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For 50 years, Goodwood Kartways has been a staple in the community, bordering on the towns of Uxbridge and Whitchurch-Stouffville. The original training ground for major Canadian motorsport drivers, including Ron Fellows, James Hinchcliffe, Paul Tracy, Scott Goodyear and more, Goodwood is where many drivers call home.

Goodwood is one of the few major karting tracks where children as young as eight can help their dreams of becoming professional drivers come true. And yet, very few residents in the community know what’s ‘behind the fence’ at this sprawling race track.

Goodwood is inviting the community for a fun day of karting, food trucks, activities and more on Sept. 22 at the Goodwood Festival of Food. 

Visitors can enjoy seeing the grounds, watching racing, and trying their hand at karting with public kart rentals on site.

“We wanted to give back to the community, and show what a positive, supportive and inclusive facility we operate,” said Daniel DiLeo, owner of Goodwood Kartways.

The Goodwood Festival of Food will offer free admission, and several activities throughout the day. Visit http://goodwoodfestival.ca/ for the daily events schedule.

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