Piquet 9 10.FormulaE josemariodias 02065 previewSTAMFORD: Tesla is not the only electric vehicle making news in the Nutmeg State.

RPM Raceway, which calls itself “America’s ultimate all-electric indoor karting and entertainment destination,” is bringing its “authentic racing experience" to Connecticut, at 600 West Avenue, scheduled to open during the first half of 2018.

In addition to competitive racing, the facility will feature dining and sports bar operations along with alternative experiential entertainment activities including RPM Lanes, a 14-lane bowling facility, racing simulators, a multiplayer virtual reality experience and a state-of-the-art arcade. Owned and operated by husband and wife team, Eyal Farage and Karen Davis-Farage, the new two-level, 90,000 square foot facility with two quarter-mile racing tracks will be RPM Raceway’s first location in Connecticut and its sixth throughout the Northeast. The facility is expected to hire 100 employees.

goatyoga1HARTFORD: An announcement of winter promotion by the Hartford Yard Goats minor league baseball team is bringing the team national attention. Taking advantage of its name, the team promises to take a special of the “goat yoga” event. The controversial but fun Yoga mania will take place at the teams Dunkin’ Donuts Park on January 20 and then again on February 20. Don’t worry about the weather the yoga will take place in the indoors batting cage area.

The event will cost adults $40 to participate, the goats will come from Aussakita Acres Farm in Manchester. Contact the team before going, the January session is already sold out.

1029thewhaleHARTFORD Red Wolf Broadcasting of Ledyard has purchased five Connecticut radio stations from Connoisseur Media of Westport.

The stations include WDRC-AM, WDRCFM, Hartford, WSNG, Torrington, WMMW, Meriden, and MOD 102 [W272DO] New Haven. Under a Local Marketing Agreement, Red Wolf will take over operations of the stations immediately prior to FCC approval and closing of the sale.

Red Wolf is owned by Connecticut broadcaster John Fuller, who also owns WBMW 106.5 FM [Ledyard, CT], WWRX 107.7 FM [Pawcatuck, CT], WJJF 94.9 [Montauk, NY], WMRQ 104.1 [Waterbury, CT] and WSKP 1180 [Hope Valley, RI], WSPR [Springfield], WMRQ [ Hartford], WKKB [ Middletown RI], WNTY {Southington].