The Route 66 Sprint Series, in conjunction with the Buckeye Karting Challenge, are proud to present the inaugural KA100 – 206 Sprint Nationals. The Route 66 Sprint Series, the oldest regional traveling sprint series in the country, known for promoting great racing in the Midwest, has teamed up with Ohio’s home for grassroots sprint karting, Buckeye Karting Challenge, to create a brand-new event at the newly reborn Motorsports Country Club of Cincinnati (MCC). This event is geared towards a fun, one off event, where racers from the eastern half of the US gather in a good old fashioned throw down. Whether you’re racing out of a pickup bed, or a custom tent, you’re going to have a blast hitting the asphalt at MCC, and competing against the best of the best on these budget friendly powerplants.
A $1,000 purse is up for grabs in the 206 Junior, 206 Senior, KA100 Junior, and KA100 Senior classes. The KA Junior and Senior class winners will also earn a free entry to the upcoming IAME USA Grand Nationals in July. Yamaha Senior competitors will run a 5-lap ‘Dash for Cash’ on Sunday, with the lap leader in each of the 5 laps scoring $100 cash. PLUS, fun prizes for the Micro, Mini, and 206 Sportsman drivers. Over $5500 worth of cash and prizes will be awarded at this event.
Class Lineup (ages and rules per Route 66 Sprint Series Regulations)
206 Sr Medium
206 Sr Heavy
KA100 Sr Heavy
Yamaha Sr (BKC rules, MG Tires)
The Motorsports Country Club of Cincinnati is located on Highway 50, just west of Cincinnati, OH and features a karting specific track, just over 7ths of a mile in length. The facility is undergoing extensive renovations and has a new paddock area with concrete roads, new timing and scoring facilities, and more. A food truck will be on site to provide refreshments. Parking reservations for this event can be made by contacting MCC at 513.625.7223 or via email at email@example.com.
This event is being supported by Briggs & Stratton, IAME USA East, A-Maxx Racing, KartLift Kart Stands, MG Tires, DNJ Intermodal Services, and other great companies and karting industry members.
For more information about the KA100-206 Sprint Nationals, or to register for the event, visit the event page on Motorsportsreg.com at http://msreg.com/ka-lo-nats or go to www.www.route66kartracing.com and click on the “Register” link in the upper right hand corner.
Route 66 Rules and Regulations are posted to the Series website: www.www.route66kartracing.com.