WKA's Pit Board - 06.18.2009 *** WKA Announces Spallco R.V. Sales Nationals at G and J Kartway 06.18.2009 -- Spallco R.V. Sales, located in Newark, Delaware, now is the official sponsor of the Bully Clutches Gold Cup Series Nationals at G...
WKA's Pit Board - 06.18.2009
WKA Announces Spallco R.V. Sales Nationals at G and J Kartway
06.18.2009 -- Spallco R.V. Sales, located in Newark, Delaware, now is the official sponsor of the Bully Clutches Gold Cup Series Nationals at G and J Kartway in Camden, Ohio, July 3-5. The event, now tagged the Spallco R.V. Sales Nationals, is the second of four 2009 events on the Gold Cup schedule.
Spallco R.V. Sales specializes in new and used R.V. sales and pre-owned auto sales. Some of Spallco's most popular sales include T@B and T@DA trailers, Riverside RVs and Hy Line Park model trailers. Most units can be ordered to your specifications.
As always, WKA encourages its members to support the businesses like Spallco R.V. Sales that sponsor the events in which you compete.
For more information on Spallco R.V. Sales, contact Joe Spall at 302-368-5950 or visit their Web site at www.spallcosales.com.
Time Schedule Change For Gold Cup Series
06.18.2009 -- As a result of recent meetings held between officials of the Manufacturer's Cup and Gold Cup series, as well as members of the Gold Cup Competition Committee, WKA officials have elected to modify the weekend time schedule for the Bully Clutches Gold Cup Series. This new schedule will begin with the next event on the '09 national calendar, the Spallco R.V. Sales Nationals at Camden, Ohio's G and J Kartway July 3-5.
In accordance with the schedule for the George Kugler / Bridgestone Manufacturer's Cup Series driven by Mazda, competitors on the Gold Cup Series will now have their drivers meeting moved to 7:45 a.m., with the first of two rounds of practice slated for 8:30 a.m. On Saturday there will be a 30-minute break between the final round of practice and the start of qualifying, while the Sunday morning worship service will take place after practice, followed by qualifying for that day's classes.
As announced a few weeks ago, there also will be a Thursday practice at G and J and the third stop on the tour at New Castle (Ind.) Motorsports Park Aug. 20-23, which will run from noon - 6 p.m. The official WKA practice on Friday will begin at 8:30 a.m. and run till 5 p.m. The second Money Race of the season will take place following Friday practice. Several contingency prizes and a generous payment for the top-five finishers will be on the line.
To view the updated information for the G and J Gold Cup National event, go to www.worldkarting.com/pg/series/gc/gc-main.html.
Dexter Dirt Nationals Fast Approaching
06.18.2009 -- Now that the Dunlop Tire Road Racing Series Grand National at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is in the books, only one national event remains on WKA's June calendar. The event is the Jimmy Rivers Performance Works Grand Nationals for the Briggs & Stratton Speedway Dirt Series at Georgia's Dexter Raceway, set to go off next weekend, June 26-28.
The Jimmy Rivers Grand Nationals will mark the second of five stops on the 2009 Speedway Dirt schedule, and the first since late April's series opener at North Carolina's Margarettsville Speedway. Of course, since the event is a Grand National, the prestigious Grand National Eagles will be up for grabs for all feature winners at Dexter.
Some kart racers work their entire careers to win the celebrated Grand National Eagle trophies. Some accomplish it once, others multiple times, and in other cases, the Eagle continually eludes racers. Only time will tell who has put in the most garage hours and meticulous preparation in an effort to garner a 2009 Jimmy Rivers Performance Works Grand National Eagle. Thankfully, the time is almost here.
The Speedway Dirt Series will now be in action once a month from June until September. Remaining events following next weekend's Grand National at Dexter are at Liberty Raceway Park in Staley, N.C., July 24-26; Hanging Rock Raceway in Kershaw, S.C., Aug. 14-16; and the conclusion of the season Sept. 11-13 at Hurricane Raceway in Alma, Ga.
Dexter Raceway is a one-fifth-mile clay oval located in Dexter -- a central Georgia town off Interstate 16, about 50 miles southeast of Macon and 125 miles directly west of Savannah.
Pre-entries are now closed for the event. Racers still have the option of entering at the track.