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Lime Rock Park ‘Historic Festival 28’ to Build on 2009 Success

HistoricLogoFinalLAKEVILLE, Conn. - The Lime Rock Historic Festival will continue its well established pattern of three days of on-track activities on the Friday, Saturday and Monday of Labor Day weekend 2010 (September 3, 4 and 6), sandwiching the increasingly popular Sunday in the Park Concours & Car Show on Sunday the 5th.
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We’ve got our first Monthly Mega-Prize Giveaway winner!

winner-themeYesterday (Thursday, March 31) at 3:32 p.m. Eastern Time, the Lime Rock Park Cray Supercomputer that we keep hidden in the office basement was programmed to randomly choose one name from the 11,506 entries we had received so far for the Monthly Mega-Prize Giveaway. Then, .0038 seconds later, the first winner of the year popped up on the monitor... Bob Boynton, of Derby, Conn.!
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Join the Righthanders

RighthandersThis marks Lime Rock’s initial 2010 recruiting call for those who would like to join our famous volunteer group, The Righthanders. Righthanders are extremely important to the success of all four major spectator race weekends – we want people who want to help our race fans, in everything from golf cart shuttles and information stations to administering hot laps and pre race festivities.
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Vote Now! Survive the Drive Pepsi Grant

Survive_the_driveHere’s what we’re asking: Survive the Drive has a good chance to win a much-needed $50,000 grant from the Pepsi-Cola Company, as part of Pepsi’s Community Service Project.. But Survive the Drive needs your vote. The more votes it gets, the greater the chance that Pepsi will award Survive the Drive the grant.

Education is the best way to prevent teen-driver accidents. Lime Rock Park has long supported Survive the Drive, a high school program aimed at teen driver safety.

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USF1’s Peter Windsor Gets a Few Laps at Lime Rock

USF1’s Peter Windsor Gets a Few Laps at Lime Rock

LAKEVILLE, Conn. (Nov. 19) – Lime Rock Park has seen more than a few F1 cars take to its sinewy 1.53 miles, albeit in vintage form, while F1’s Charlie Whiting, the FIA race director and safety delegate, comes every few years to complete his track inspection preceding the issuance of Lime Rock’s circuit license. And it goes without saying that literally dozens of former Grand Prix drivers have competed at Lime Rock in other categories.

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