PARTY PLANS
A. Basic Party – You get the Blue track with eight cars and controllers for one hour. We give a quick talk to the kids about how to drive. You handle everything else. You also get the table and chairs in the back for three quarters of an hour after the track time. Cost is $120.00 for up to twelve guests. $5.00 each per extra guest.

B. Timed Basic Party - You get the Blue track with eight cars and controllers for one hour. We give a quick talk to the kids about how to drive. The track is then turned on for five minutes then off for a minute to rotate the kids. You handle rotating the kids and everything else. You also get the table and chairs in the back for three quarters of an hour after the track time. Cost is $140.00 for up to twelve guests. $5.00 each per extra guest.

C. Race Party - You get the Blue track with eight cars and controllers for one hour. We run a simple race, where each party goer gets to drive each of the eight cars for the same length of time. The race program will be explained and we are here to help during the race. We will give a quick talk to the kids about how to drive. You also get the table and chairs in the back for three quarters of an hour after the track time. Please email or drop off the list of the guests three days before the event. Cost is $160.00 for up to twelve guests. $5.00 each per extra guest.

NOTE: You are welcome to bring in your own cake, food, and beverages.
Most of the pizza places in Ashland deliver and they know where we are.

SUGGESTIONS FOR RUNNING YOUR PARTY AND HELPFUL INFORMATION.
1. There are eight lanes on the track. So only eight children can control cars at a time.
2. Have a few people to help put cars back in their correct slot.
3. Drivers should be rotated around so no one gets to stay with the same car for the whole party.
4. Having each driver move to their right works well. Red to white, white to green, green to orange, orange to blue, blue to yellow, yellow to purple, purple to black and black to red.
5. If there are more than eight kids, having the kids on black and or orange step out and a new driver steps into red or blue when they rotate works well.