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CREM, the club for foreign residents in Monaco, is organising an evening with a difference on Tuesday, January 10. Members and non-members, enthusiasts and beginners alike, are invited to take advantage of Monaco’s indoor karting course at Parking des Pecheurs.
Participants will be able to try out the course, drive against the clock, and race against others during a convivial evening with tapas and soft drinks included. Accompanied children of more than seven years of age and measuring at least 1.25 metres can also take part.
The cost is €90 for members and €115 for non-members, with the closing day to register on Thursday, January 5 (email@example.com, or +377 97 98 01 77). The excitement starts at 6:30 pm.
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