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Over the weekend, MAXSpeed Group announced to its members that the Pan American Rotax Challenge Western United States Qualifier event at The Track at Centennial in Colorado has been cancelled. Due to low pre-registration numbers, the August 12-14 event has been called off. Speaking with a number of industry members, American drivers took advantage of the Canadian Qualifying events to earn their final punches toward the series championship event, where drivers can earn spots to the Rotax Grand Finals in United Arab Emirates.
The following is a statement sent out by the MAXSpeed Group, “Jim Keesling and The Track at Centennial staff were all excited to host this event but due to the circumstances, it was not economical to have this race take place. We are sorry for any disrupted plans that this may have brought upon any team or family. All pre-registered drivers have been accepted as registered for the event and have been informed individually about the situation.
EKN contacted the MAXSpeed Group and confirmed that those drivers who did register will receive the necessary punches to compete at the Pan American Rotax Challenge Championship event at New Castle Motorsports Park in Indiana on September 21-25. Speaking with Pan American Challenge administrator Bill Wright, over 200 drivers from 10 different countries are qualified for the event and confirmed entries are rolling in steadily since official registration opened August 3. For more information on the United States Rotax Max Challenge and the Pan American Challenge, visit http://www.gorotax.com and http://www.panamericanchallenge.com
June 28, 2011 (Orange, Calif.) – Gatorz Karting has released the entry information for the second 2011 United States Western Pan American Qualifying race weekend. This race is the final opportunity for drivers from the United States or Canada to qualify for the 2011 Pan American Rotax Max Challenge Championship Event.
The race, scheduled for August 12-14, 2011, will be held at The Track at Centennial in Denver, Colorado and will be a double race weekend. The entry form is available for download at www.gatorzkarting.com, and must be submitted by midnight, August 1.
More information about the event can be found at www.gatorzkarting.com, or by calling (714) 289-0432.
More information about the Pan American Challenge can be found atwww.panamericanchallenge.com.
Largest Rotax event of year to crown true national champion at Miller Motorsports Park in July
THREE OAKS, MI (June 7, 2011) – Registration for the 2011 Rotax Max Challenge United States Grand Nationals at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah is now OPEN – the final countdown begins… With just 43 days to the first official day of competition, the clock really is ticking. For regular announcements and updates about the Nationals and all things Rotax, join our Facebook Fan Page by clicking HERE and make sure to visit our website www.gorotax.com regularly.
With record attendances at Rotax events throughout 2011, this year’s event promises to be the best yet. And for those of you that haven’t yet travelled to Miller Motorsports Park, you are in for a treat as the Nationals is hosted by one of the finest motorsports facilities in the US.
We have worked hard to make it as easy as possible for competitors to register this year:
1. Register Online at: http://www.gorotax.com/eventregistration
2. Select DOWNLOAD FORM from http://www.gorotax.com/eventregistration/ and print and sign and then email, fax or mail your Registration form.
At buy viagra online the time of registration you will be able to order and pay for extra tires, pit passes, fuel and oil and we’ll deliver them all to Miller Motorsports Park free of charge.
Online Registration, registration by fax, email or mail will close on June 30th, 2011. After that time competitors will be required to register on site. Onsite registration will cost an additional $100.
For further information contact Garry Lobaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 269-756-7444. Event information can be found at http://www.gorotax.com/index.php/Rotax-Max-Challenge-US-Grand-Nationals.html
March 22, 2011 (Orange, Calif.) – It just wouldn’t be the Gatorz Challenge of the Americas without a little bit of rain to make the Canadians feel more welcome. However, there aren’t many people that would describe the rain that befell the final weekend of the Gatorz Challenge of the Americas at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California over the weekend as a ‘little bit of rain’.
However, even with a lake in the ‘Tic Tac Toe’ section of the National configuration of the kart track at online pharmacy Infineon Raceway forming, nothing was going to stop the one hundred drivers of the Gatorz Challenge of the Americas from battling for their trips to the Rotax Grand Nationals and Rotax Grand Finals. The event, while soggy, would provide an exciting conclusion for all classes in what has been the most successful season yet of the Gatorz Challenge of the Americas. Continue reading
8:15 AM DD-2/DD-2 Masters
8:25 AM Masters
8:35 AM Senior Max
8:45 AM Junior Max
8:55 AM MiniMax
9:05 AM MicroMax
9:15-9:40 AM Driver’s Meeting
Qualifying – 15 minutes, Hot Pit open (except Micro)
9:50 AM DD-2/DD-2 Masters
10:10 AM Masters
10:30 AM Senior Max 2
10:50 AM Senior Max 1
10:10 AM Junior Max
10:30 AM MiniMax
10:50 AM MicroMax
12:00 – 12:30 PM Lunch Break
Pre-Mains – 17 laps, MiniMax- 13 laps, MicroMax 10 laps
12:30 PM DD-2/DD-2 Masters
12:50 PM Masters
1:10 PM Senior Max
1:30 PM Junior Max
1:50 PM MiniMax
2:05 PM MicroMax
2:20 PM – 2:30 PM Worker Break
Main – 25 laps, MiniMax – 18 laps, MicroMax – 14 laps
2:30 PM DD-2 / DD-2 Masters
2:55 PM Masters
3:20 PM Senior Max
3:45 PM Junior Max
4:10 PM MiniMax
4:30 PM MicroMax