Cars will leave the AutoMotorPlex in Chanhassen, MN and set the record prior to reaching the highway with the assistance of local law enforcement official leading the way. “The partnership from state, county, and local governing bodies is what will make it possible and most importantly safe for everyone involved” said Silikowski.
Besides simply setting the record, the event will also be raising funds for Make-A-Wish foundation and the MSRA Scholarship Fund with a $5 donation for each registered car. 100% of the proceeds will go to the charities. We should be able to at least generate $5000 with your help. We hope to involve local and national sports, political, business and artist celebrities along with sponsors to make it a truly remarkable event.
Silikowski added: “The timing of everything seemed right and we are inspired to do something to benefit the good people over at Make-A-Wish and MSRA Scholarship fund.”
Logistically all cars need to be at the AutoMotorPlex by 6:00PM (Campus address: 8150 Audubon Road, Chanhassen, 55317). There will be refreshments available while staging, and bathrooms available in the Clubhouse. In addition, many of the private garages will have their doors open for people wanting to see a first of its kind motorsports community.
There is still plenty of time to get involved. Vintage cars are being defined as any registered vehicle built in 1981 or earlier. To be part of the world record visit www.automotorplex.com or by calling our marketing manager Marcus at 612-562-Moto (6686). This will be once in a lifetime opportunity.
The AutoMotorPlex was designed by, and for, motorsport enthusiasts. If your passion has outgrown your garage and you want to spend more time enjoying your prized vehicles, ownership of a private AutoMotorPlex condo may be the ideal solution. We offer owners a highly secure, controlled environment and a complete array of services. Whether your interests are collector cars or race cars, classics or motorcycles, you will be part of a community of people who share your passion and interests.
If you would like more information about this topic, become a sponsor, or to schedule a media interview with Bruno Silikowski please call Marcus Genzlinger at 612-562-6686 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.