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Participants in the fourth annual Disneyland Half Marathon wound through the Disneyland Resort area and out into Anaheim itself. Some wore costumes and even paused for character interaction along the way. Jaeyung Hyung, 38, of Las Cruces, N.M., (see below) … Continue reading
The Independence Day weekend means firework. In Central Florida the place to be is either at the Themeparks or at the Firecracker 400 (now the Coke Zero 400, but whatever). Usually the weekend finds NASCAR drivers out at the theme … Continue reading
The 2010 season of Formula 1 is threatened due to a split between the car owners and the officiating body for the series. But that’s not the reason Disney gave for not wanting to sponsor an F1 team based in … Continue reading
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to zoom around the 1-mile long Walt Disney World Speedway at over 150 miles an hour? Well now thanks to the Indy Racing Experience you can. Check out this video: More at AutoRacingDaily.
I know the story at this link is in French, but roughly translated it says that the old Formula One track in France has been declared non-workable by the racing league and that the Marne Valley location of the Disneyland … Continue reading