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Colorado-based operation to give a CRG driver a new ride at the Superkarts! USA regional finale

Article By: CRG-USA

GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO (August 28, 2012) – CRG-USA, the newest CRG chassis importer, continues to show its support for toward the Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge by awarding one driver with a brand new CRG chassis. The raffle contest began at the beginning of the season with CRG-USA putting forth one new CRG chassis up for grabs to any driver who wins a series feature race aboard a CRG chassis. Each win earns that driver one ticket into the raffle, which will be drawn Sunday night during the series banquet after the final two rounds are contested on September 1-2 at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway in Colorado.

“Now after a year since we established CRG-USA, we want to make sure our customers know we care about their needs. What better way to do that then with a new CRG chassis,” commented Stacey Cook of CRG-USA. “We’ve grown so much in that time and have welcomed an amazingly amount of great customers, they make CRG-USA feel like a big family operation. Now that we are closing out the regional schedule, we hope to end the year on a high note, bringing in multiple championships and endless smiles to our customers faces.”

In addition to supporting the series, the CRG-USA race team is showing well as the championships come to a close this weekend. Five drivers are on the path toward securing a class title, also earning a guaranteed starting position on Super Sunday at the SKUSA SuperNationals XVI in Las Vegas come November.

Among the drivers in contention are S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto pilot Sabré Cook. The current SKUSA Pro Tour championship leader holds the top spot in the regional standings with four straight podium finishes, including a win in round two. Jet Davis leads the S4 Master Stock Moto standings aboard his CRG-USA entry. Two wins in the opening weekend have him at the top of the order, and two tickets into the raffle for the new chassis. David Conyers and Scott Allen, both racing under the CRG-USA banner, sit second and third, still in the chase for the title.

CRG-USA Junior drivers Mianna Wick, Austin Versteeg and Riley Cook each have a shot at a Rocky Mountain PKC title. Wick has a sizeable lead over CRG-USA teammate Ryan Rudolph in the S5 Junior Stock Moto division. Versteeg also holds the current point lead in TaG Junior, with one victory on the season to his credit. Riley is just 40 points out of the championship lead heading into the final two rounds for the TaG Cadet title. Adding to his one win thus far could place him into that number one spot and the guaranteed grid position for Super Sunday.

CRG-USA - an official K1 RaceGear and MG Tires race team - and still has Arrive-and Drive options open for this weekend’s event at their home circuit in Grand Junction, Colorado. They are also accepting Arrive-and-Drive requests for the upcoming Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix in both Stock Moto and TaG classes, along with tent space. Options for the SKUSA SuperNationals XVI, set for November 14-18 in Las Vegas, NV, are also in the planning stages. The company is also spreading their dealer network to new locations throughout the United States. If you are interested in becoming part of the CRG-USA network, or becoming part of this growing professional race team, please contact Stacey Cook at info@CRG-USA.com or phone 855-TEAMCRG.


About CRG-USA:
Located at the Grand Junction Motors Speedway in Colorado, CRG-USA is the newest importer for the CRG chassis brand and Maxter-Sonik Sport engine program. Operated by Stacey Cook, the company will focus their distribution and marketing on the western and central portion of the United States. In addition, the operation is fielding a national race team program through the 2012 season at all the major karting events on the year. If you want to race with the best product in karting, jump on board with CRG-USA today. Visit www.crg-usa.com or phone 855-TEAMCRG (832-6274).

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