By: Keith Miller / South Sask Kart Club.
The South Sask Kart Club is pleased to announce that it will be starting its racing season off with a huge BIG BANG. As many of us already know, Warburg, Alberta is playing host to the Summer Challenge with prizes and focus on the Rotax classes. At our event, for the first time in the West, we will be focusing on the Briggs & Stratton classes with the winners of the Junior Class and the Senior class with the largest entry receiving their “Entry paid” for at the ASN Canadian National Championships this summer courtesy of Daniel Di Leo, Mosport Kartways, and Goodwood Kartways. Plus, pit space with Ben Cooper of the Jim Russell Karting Academy! A prize package equaling the Rotax classes in Warburg but for BRIGGS LO206!
The event is open to all Canadian Drivers holding a license in a recognized ASN affiliated club. The event will also piggy back up on the opening round for the 2015 Sask Series! This is our biggest and most important event this season copying the NASCAR Daytona 500 with its first race, it’s biggest race of the season! Plus more prizes to be announced soon.
Along with the Briggs classes, we will be running the Rotax classes as support classes as they are part of the Sask Series. One weekend, three levels of points will be awarded for club racing, Sask Series and the awards for Briggs. The supplementary rules and time schedule will be released shortly.
So get ready, The SSKC is starting off the 2015 season with the ‘Big Bang Theory’.
Event Date & Location:
May 16-17, 2015 – 3 Flags Motorsports Park, Regina, Saskatchewan
– Junior: Ages 10 -15 as per ASN National class, (Gold Restrictor) – 290lbs
– Briggs S1: ages 15 and up – 340lbs
– Briggs S2: ages 32 and up, plus drivers who weigh 190lbs race ready – 365lbs
Spec fuel, Esso Regular, location 9th Ave N and Albert St.
Rotax Classes: (All Rotax classes as per current Canadian Max Challenge)
– Senior and Senior Masters
– DD2 Masters
Spec fuel, Esso Premium mixed 50:1 with XPS, 9th Ave and Albert Street location for more information contact the us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year CKN was trackside in Regina and put together a short clip to showcase the facility, check out the video: