Photo by Darel James/ Viking- Men of Aztlan battle against the Men of Tong for victory at the LBCC Mini Grand Prix taking place at the PCC campus. April 10, 2014
Photo by Darel James/ Viking- Men of Aztlan battle against the Men of Tong for victory at the LBCC Mini Grand Prix taking place at the PCC campus. April 10, 2014

Story by Juan Galvez/Staff Writer/@jc_images1

Photo by Darrell James/Photo and Images Editor/@darrellJames_

People can expect lots of free fun and entertainment as the 41st annual Mini Grand Prix rolls again Saturday, April 23, at the PCC.
Many teams formed from local groups at LBCC and from the community to participate in races, Chili Cook-Off and Show ‘N’ Shine car show.
Radio news station KCTY DJ Doug and Judy said, “Support your KCTY DJ’s as they race to win the Mini Grand Prix Cup.”
The Mini Grand Prix will consist of men and women’s division go-cart races.
Of the many competitions, the Mini Grand Prix royalty will consists of five women or men who will represent the Vikings as official host for the events.
The Chili Cook-Off brings a taste of creativity by participants as they prepare some of their best dishes of chili.
LBCC students from who meet the criteria posted on orgsync.com will be eligible for a $250 scholarship.
Complete entry and deadline to enter forms must be entered by Thursday, April 21, at noon.
The Mini Grand Prix has become a long standing local community event now in its 41st year, just one year younger than the Toyota Grand Prix, which celebrated its 42nd annual event Friday-Sunday, April 15-17.
Matthew Vigil of the Associated Student Body Cabinet representative of athletics, said, “People should attend the Mini Grand Prix because it is a big part of LBCC and Long Beach history.”