A go-kart race and bowling fundraiser at Grand Prix New York in Mt. Kisko drove home the point that good driving requires concentration. The event was a fundraiser for Project Yellow Light. Continue Reading →
Grand Prix New York
Sign up a Team for Friday Go-Kart Race to Raise Awareness of Distracted Driving
Do you Snapchat while you’re in your car? This year, the organizers of the annual go-kart race fundraiser to raise awareness of distracted driving have added bowling for those who don’t want to race, but support the cause! The event takes place April 22 at Grand Prix New York. Continue Reading →
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PHOTOS: Project Yellow Light Fundraiser at Grand Prix Keeps Eyes Focused on the Road
A roster of go-kart race teams, mostly from Brunswick, Greenwich Academy, Sacred Heart, Greenwich Country Day and Greenwich High School took to the race track for a good cause on Friday night. Grand Prix New York in Mt. Kisco was the venue for a benefit for Project Yellow Light, a non-profit that raises awareness of the perils of distracted driving.
This year’s race at Grand Prix marked the third annual fundraiser for the non-profit. The race was conceived by GHS grad Ben Albano and has carried on through the efforts of his family.
This year Addison Albano and his club co-president Owen Gerber did the lion’s share of the legwork and the result was a representation from all the high schools in Town and a lot of fun. Continue Reading →