The Racing Nuts Show at K1 Speed in Hollywood, Fla. Had some very special guests this week. The NDIMA came down to the show at K1 Speed. As the NDIMA (National Domestic Import Motorsports Association) prepares for their first event of 2012 at Palm Beach International Raceway. They began their promotions of the 1st event on June 24th 2012 on The Racing Nuts Show at K-1 Speed.
The Racing Nuts would like to thank the following people for their participation:
The NDIMA will hold their first event at P.B.I.R on June 24th 2012 that will feature Imports racing Domestic dragsters on the famous P.B.I.R. Drag strip. Also there will be a car show, Bikini Contest and vendors on hand with all types of racing products.
The Racing Nuts Show has been given tickets to this event so come out next week to K1 Speed 2950 Stirling Road in Hollywood Florida between 7 to 8 pm ET. For you chance to win tickets to the 1st NDIMA event at Palm Beach International Raceway on June 24th 2012.
Come celebrate this charitable day and help children who are in need across the U.S.
Donate $10 and receive a collectible NASCAR DAY Pin or wristband and one FREE Go-Kart Race!
LIVE broadcast from KDAY 93.5 FM with Brandi Garcia from 10am-3pm
NASCAR FOUNDATION – foundation.nascar.com
KDAY 93.5 FM – www.935kday.com
AM830 Radio Live Broadcast hosted by Gordon “Lug Nutzz” Stewart!
Pre-Race Party with food, drinks and music in the LuxeLounge!
NASCAR Video Game Challenge on a 65-foot movie screen!
Live Broadcast of the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race on the UltraMaximum 65-foot screen, with crystal-clear digital projection!
REV IT UP WITH ALL-DAY ACTIVITIES!
- Authentic Stock Car Display and Photo Opportunities!
(NASCAR Street Tour, Rusty Wallace Racing Experience and Telemundo Racing)
- NASCAR Art Walk – proceeds benefit the NASCAR Foundation
- Contests and NASCAR prize giveaways!
- Music, food, drinks and fun for the entire family!
The OC Wahoo’s 5K Run/Walk offers runners who prefer shorter distances a great way to participate in the Marathon Day experience. The 5K course start line is just west of the marathon and half marathon finish line inside the OC Fair and Event Center. The course circles through the fairgrounds and crosses Fairview Drive and on to Merrimac Way. The runners loop around the Orange Coast College campus and enter the marathon course on Merrimac Way. The runners will re-enter the OC Fair and Event Center and run through the Pacific Amphitheater before heading to the finish line.
Start time is 7:30 a.m. at the OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626.
Stop by the Wahoo’s Village after the race and visit us at the K1 Speed booth! Enjoy live music, food, drinks and fun!
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with us at the Sheckler Foundation SKATE FOR A CAUSE event this Saturday 10am-5pm to raise awareness for children with autism and their families.
SKATE FOR A CAUSE RAISES ALMOST $87,000 FOR A.SKATE
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE RECAP
We are happy to announce that K1 Speed will be participating in this years SPOCOM at the Anaheim Convention Center | August 4, 2012. Stop by the K1 Speed booth for info, discounts & photos!
K1 Speed – SPOCOM News and Blog – CLICK HERE
Come visit the K1 Speed booth at the RCX Expo this weekend April 28-29th at the Long Beach Convention Center.
General Admission Tickets: $15
($5 off in advance thru April 15th online,
or at any Hobby People in Southern California)
(children under 12 are free)
Buy Tickets Now, click here
Long Beach Convention Center
300 East Ocean Ave.
Long Beach, CA. 90802
Event Date: April 28-29, 2012
Event Time: 10am-6pm Saturday, 10am-4pm Sunday
Come along to K1 Speed South Florida on Friday April 27th to Meet and Greet with Boris Said, Eric Curran, Bill Auberlen and Michael Marsal. Be part of the fun with a live radio broadcast by The Racing Nuts Show, a raffle for tickets to the Grand Prix of Miami and of course, racing at one of the biggest indoor karting track in the nation!
Date: Friday, April 27th
MONSTER ENERGY GIVES BACK HOSTS A CELEBRITY K1 KART RACE FUNDRAISING EVENT TO BENEFIT MUSIC SAVE LIVES.
Music by Good Guys In Black
Event Raises $17k
On April 1, Monster Energy Gives Back raised $17k at their Celebrity K1 Kart Race fundraising event to benefit Music Saves Lives featuring a special red-carpet evening with celebrities, athletes, media and industry influencers.
Invited guests enjoyed Kart Racing, an auction, good food and music by legendary professional BMX rider, musician, actor, and TV and radio personality Rick Thorne’s band, Good Guys In Black.
Celebrities, Athletes, Musicians, Hosts, Influencers
The evening was filled with great energy and good vibes. Guests and celebrity racers included: Christopher Knight – “Peter Brady” on The Brady Bunch, VH1’s “My Fair Brady” and “The Surreal Life”, Darrell and Brandon Sheets – Storage Wars, Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante – Storage Wars, Destin and Rachel Pfaff – Bravo´s Millionaire Matchmaker, Gordon “Lug Nutzz” Stewart – Nationally syndicated radio personality, Monster Energy athletes and Host of Speed Network’s “Speed Freaks,” Rick Thorne – professional BMX rider; actor; and singer for “Good Buys in Black”, Anastasia Ashley – professional surfer, Dean Wilson – Motorcross professional racer, Ernie “E-Dub” Vigil – Street bike stunt rider, Shin “Shinobi” Kinoshita – Street bike stunt rider, Nick “Apex” Brocha – Street bike stunt rider, Jason Britton – stunt bike rider, Jeremy Wright – professional body border, Joslyn Davis – Clevver TV host, Kyle Mohan – pro formula drift driver, Paul Luc Ronchetti – professional skateboarder, Pierre-Luc Gagnon (PLG) – professional skateboarder.
Celebrity Winners, Bragging Rights
Celebrity winners took home custom Monster trophies, bragging rights, and an invitation for next year´s fundraiser to defend their title.
1st Place: Nick “Apex” Brocha – Street bike stunt rider
2nd Place: Brandon Sheets – Storage Wars
3rd Place: Ernie “E-Dub” Vigil – Street bike stunt rider
Making Dreams Comes True
The event also made an eight-year old boy, Zack Wenner’s wish come true. Wenner who is suffering from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis had a dream to meet the cast from Storage Wars (his favorite show) that has given him a way to escape his painful condition. His dream came true when he not only met the cast, but also actually got to bid in the live auction against them. The auction took a heartwarming turn when one of the cast members, Sheets actually bid on an autographed helmet on Wenner’s behalf. His mother, Tiffany Wenner said, “you guys made his night unforgettable and one of the of the happiest moments in his life.”
Sponsors included: Prodigy Entertainment, All Smiles Solutions, Evan’s Lager, Pabst Beer, Status Vodka, Karma Tequila, The Wine Artist, Night & Day Productions, Socially Sweet Events and Wee Man´s Chronic Taco´s.
Music Saves Lives (MSL) is a nonprofit organization that focuses its main efforts on blood donation and marrow registration, reaching out by sharing facts and educating young people on music tours nationwide. MSL began in 2006 and has reached over 2 million youth blood donors and registered over 20,000 for the marrow program saving as many as 15 people with leukemia. Their efforts have changed lives across the US and Canada.
For more information on Music Saves Lives visit: www.musicsaveslives.org. For more on Monster Energy Gives Back and our athletes visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MonsterEnergyGivesBack or check out www.monsterenergy.com.
Seeing an Endsession gets you up the noses of people who play music for a living and a once in a lifetime experience BUT it’s not like you can pop up and stage and out-perform the stinky band members at their own songs. We got out of bed extra early, 11a, on a Saturday and picked up bands Grouplove and Young The Giant for some crazy karting fun at K1 Speed in Redmond.It was an opportunity to be better than the band at something none of us had much experience doing…
There’s something about being poor, on the road and skinny and going super fast in a kart. When race driving something so light, potato chips and xbox doesn’t often equal a great training regiment! Evidently Young The Giant are staying thin on their tour bus as guitarist Eric managed to go fastest of all band members!
Grouplove’s Christian and Hannah seem so nice to one another off the track. Then you get them racing next to one another and the intensity shows its dark side!
Bands tour together for months without much break and become friends on the road. Our K1 experience took place on the final stop of a long tour and they couldn’t have been more ready to goof off together!
So fun! Thanks to K1 for having us and Mat Hayward for taking the best photos!