Pat's Acres Racing Complex (PARC) was built in the 1930's by Pat Sabin as a spot for his employees to enjoy with their families. The Pavillion started out as a music hall that hosted big names like the Mama's & Papa's, Paul Revere & the Raiders and Eric Clapton. Then, in 1967, Harry Hegar installed a little over a half mile paved sprint track. Pat's Acres has hosted some of the biggest karting races in North America through the 1990's and early 2000's which created the opportunity to add a 'long track' section, extending the full course to just under a mile long.
From there, Pat's Acres Racing Complex (PARC) grew as a top kart racing facility in the Northwest while becoming a home for the Drift community in recent years. PARC Drift hosts monthly drift events for the local grassroots drift community and has made a name for itself among the premiere drifting pros. Recently, PARC has added a motocross track as a 'learn to ride' course and to further our vision of becoming a motorsports Mecca of the Northwest.
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