A Peninsula landmark is closing its doors after 35 years of business.
The Malibu Grand Prix Family Entertainment Center in Redwood City has served the area with its collection of go-karts, miniature golf, batting cages, arcades and games.
The park first opened its doors in 1979 and is home to the fastest go-karts and the largest single-racer track in the Bay Area.
The general manager said even with its reduced rent, Malibu Grand Prix has not been making money.
Malibu Grand Prix will entertain its last customers when it closes out its final summer season on Aug. 18.
Malibu is owned and operated by Palace Entertainment.
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