Championship Karting International (CKI) has released the class structures for the 2010 WSK North American Series Florida Cup, featuring seven classes for the three-event winter program. The Florida Cup series marks the launch of CKI’s partnership with the European-based WSK Promotions, the leading international kart competition series.
The three-event 2010 WSK North American Series Florida Cup will offer racing in seven classes, each tendering big paydays of cash and prizes. Classes will include the hotly contested KF2, KF3 and TaG Senior divisions, as well as four of the most popular Rotax classes; Senior, Masters, Junior and Mini Max.
The 2010 WSK North American Series Florida Cup series will feature a two-race per event format, with drivers accumulating points from both races to crown the overall champions. All events will be held at the renowned Homestead-Miami Speedway with contests being held on January 29-31, February 26-28 and March 12-14. Details about the much anticipated prizes and cash payouts will be released shortly.
“WSK is the rising star on the international karting scene, and we are honored to partner with them to bring the very best race program to the North American karting community,” states Phil DeLaO, co-founder of Championship Karting International. “The WSK North American Series Florida Cup will offer top notch competition in the most popular classes and formats - not to mention big prizes. This is just the start of our efforts to raise the level of racing in the U.S. to unprecedented levels.”
For CKI to finish up the 2009 season will be the annual PRI-CKI All-Star Karting Classic at the PRI Trade Show. The PRI show is held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from December 10-12 with the karting event to be held on Thursday evening outside the show. Admission to the event is free for PRI attendees and exhibitors with PRI show credentials.
Championship Karting International is will be offering a six-event 2010 WSK North American Series national program throughout the calendar year. The WSK North American Series Florida Cup is sanctioned by the World Karting Association, under the WSK banner. Stay tuned to www.championshipkartracing.com for more information regarding the Florida Cup and the rest of the 2010 season.