TAYLOR MIINCH LOOKS TO GRAB TWO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS "IAME Junior and KF3 titles on the line in CKI Finale" October 5, 2009 -- Californian driver Taylor Miinch will be back in action this coming weekend at the Championship Karting ...
TAYLOR MIINCH LOOKS TO GRAB TWO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
"IAME Junior and KF3 titles on the line in CKI Finale"
October 5, 2009 -- Californian driver Taylor Miinch will be back in action this coming weekend at the Championship Karting International (CKI) Grand Championship at the Oklahoma Motorsports Complex (OMC) in Norman, Oklahoma. Miinch will do battle in both the IAME Junior and KF3 divisions where he has a shot at claiming both national championships in CKI's inaugural season.
By competing at the Oklahoma facility a few weeks ago, Miinch will head back to the track where he showed front running speed as he trades in his Rotax Junior package for two different rides this weekend. The Top Kart pilot has been a front runner in almost every race in the 2009 racing season and Miinch will look to do the same at the CKI Grand Championship.
Miinch, who has claimed multiple race wins throughout year, currently leads the IAME Junior point standings 28 markers over his nearest rival. By running in the top five and staying out of trouble, Miinch can claim his first national championship. Along with the IAME Junior championship, Miinch has a shot to do the double in Oklahoma as he is also in the running for the KF3 title. The talented junior sits second in the championship trace tailing the point leader by a mere two points and the title will likely come down to who beats who at the challenging Norman, Oklahoma facility.
"This is what we work for all season long and was our goal from the first race," expressed Miinch as he prepares for his travels to Oklahoma. "Working with my tuners, Wesley Boswell and Cory Pollock, we have set ourselves up for two championships. This is something that I want very badly as I would be the first ever double champion in the CKI series. I can't wait to get to Oklahoma."
-credit: Race Tech Development