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Red Bull Soapbox Race Seattle.

24. August 2014

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Find your way

Ready! Set! Go! This year's Red Bull Soapbox Race is coming to the streets of downtown Seattle transforming Yesler Way into a bona fide drag strip!

Red Bull Soapbox Race Seattle

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Uber

For those that would like a car service into the event, Uber will be providing free rides to the event for new users, up to $30.  The UBER app can be downloaded on your smartphone and the promotion can be accessed by using the code: SEASOAPBOX.

For more information on how to download, click here. 

Parking at Pioneer Square

There are three garages in PSQ that offer parking at $3/hr up to 4 hours – cheaper than on-street parking. Those are located at:
- 1st & Columbia
- Butler Garage (James & 2nd Ave)
- Stadium Place

For more information on parking click here. 

Parking at Century Link Field

Parking will be available in CenturyLink Field's North Lot for a day rate of $15 and in the CenturyLink Garage (between CLink and Safeco Fields) for a flat rate of $6 per day.

For direction to CenturyLink field, click here. 

About Red Bull Soapbox Race

Not to be confused with the youth soapbox derby, Red Bull Soapbox Race is a national race for amateur drivers, which is fueled by creativity and competitive fun - not to mention the need for speed. This unique non-motorized racing event challenges both experienced racers and amateurs alike to design and build outrageous, human-powered soapbox dream machines and compete against the clock in a downhill race.

Teams are judged on three criteria: speed, creativity and showmanship. This criteria has inspired a piano, a baby carriage, a rodeo clown, a massive cob of corn, a jail cell and even the Golden Gate Bridge to grace the Soapbox starting blocks.  Since the first Red Bull Soapbox Race took place in Belgium, in 2000, more than 40 Red Bull Soapbox Races have been held around the globe, attracting up to 120,000 spectators for a single event. 

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