Virginia Tech graduate wants to bring race track to Pulaski

Virginia Tech graduate wants to bring race track to Pulaski (Image 1)
Virginia Tech graduate wants to bring race track to Pulaski (Image 1)

PULASKI (WSLS 10) – A Virginia Tech graduate is looking to shake things up in the town of Pulaski.

Matt Claus hopes to launch what he is calling the Peak Creek Grand Prix later this year.  

It will be a go-cart and mini-moto racing facility inside the old Pulaski Furniture warehouse.  Claus must raise about $40,000 by April 7th to build the track.  

Many racing fans in the community say it will not only be nice to have a local course, but it will also be a safe and family-friendly place for young people to hang out.  

If the money comes in by April 7th, the track should be ready for business by the fall.  

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