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West Coast’s only indoor-outdoor karting track gains city approval for expansion. Give us a call, and set up a race on Mega Track during these hours: Tuesday – Thursday: 5PM – 9PM Friday: 5PM – 10PM Saturday: 12:30PM – 10PM Sunday: 12:30PM – 9PM Read the full press release!
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Nostradamus ( Rick Gaan) Leroy Jenkins (Matthew Baker) Javier (Javier Laurnaga) Church Mouse (Josh Waldron) CPt.Slow (Seth Ebner) Mr_2 (Matt Knauf)
Due to the smaller than normal crowd, the typical team-enduro format was replaced with an Ironman format race. Every man and woman for themselves. Qualifying was a quick 3-lap time attack in cold karts on a slick track. Garrett Molzer claimed the pole position, followed by Rick Gaan and Christian Rodriguez. When the green flag dropped on the main race,
Jon Vanorsdale was a man on a mission Sunday night. On the heels of winning the Eldora Heats Series Championship, he showed his championship form by “besting the rest” in the Tournament of Champions sponsored by Maxxis Tires and Gold Speed USA. The Tournament of Champions is an annual, end of year event put on by LeMans Karting at their indoor karting
Javier Laurnaga put on a dominating performance in the last race of the Eldora Heats Series of 2015 this past Sunday night. Laurnaga started strong by winning heat race number two, then backed that up with a win in the second Semi-final race of the night. Javier started the A-Main in the number one position after Kyre Mullaney elected to
The average age for the top three racers in Sunday’s Eldora Heats League race was 16. Twenty two year old Kyre Mullaney took the win, followed by 12 year old Magnum Tate, and 15 year old Javier Laurnaga. In a series usually dominated by the Pro-Racers Club, it is quite refreshing to see the newer, less experienced racers have a