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Series finale on October 27-28 to welcome Superkarts! USA competitors while award cash prizes for all classes
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA (October 19, 2012) – The 2012 season for the International Kart Federation (IKF) Region 11 Championship Series will come to a close on the October 27-28 weekend. The Kerman Kart Club (KKC) will host the sixth and final event of the year, held at the Fresno Fairgrounds in Fresno, California, set to crown this season’s class champions, while also padding the pocket of race winners with some much wanted cash.
As they did previously in the year, the IKF Region 11 Championship Series will award race winners with $1000 cash to any class winner with categories holding 15 or more entries. For those categories running with 10-14 drivers will see $500 go to the winning driver. Other prizes and trophies for the podium finishes will also be awarded in Fresno.
An added bonus, the series is welcoming all Superkarts! USA drivers to the event to test one final time for the upcoming SKUSA SuperNationals XVI in Las Vegas on November 14-18. With the Kerman Kart Club temporary circuit at the Fresno Fairgrounds, it provides the ample setting for some serious testing conditions. KKC is offering 125 Stock Moto, TaG Senior, TaG Master, TaG Junior and TaG Cadet groups on the weekend, along with the SKUSA MG (White) tire. All IKF classes will continue to compete on the spec Bridgestone tires with Rotax categories utilizing the Mojo rubber.
In order for the IKF Region 11 Championship Series to supply appropriate inventory of tires and fuel, please pre-enter at the following link (www.dlbracing.com/clubs/ikfregion11/register.aspx?EventID=5074&LMID=3381). For instructions on the easy steps to open an account and register, use this guide (www.nckroadracing.com/registration/NCKDLBGuide.pdf).
From the start of the season, the IKF Region 11 Championship Series has maintained a strict regulation of conduct both on and of the track while also holding pre-tech and post-tech to the highest standards. The finale in Fresno on October 27-28 will be no different with Don Malony and Dave Brant overseeing the on-track duties with John Motley taking care of tech inspection.
For more information on the IKF Region 11 Championship Series, be sure to click on the following link (www.ikfkarting.com/OfficePages/Sprint/Region11.html) and visit www.kermankartclub.com for more specifics on the series finale. The event and series is supported by the following companies: K&P Manufacturing, KG Racing Products, Scribner Plastics, Cambrian Go-Karts, Red Line Oil, and Bridgestone Tires.
About the IKF Region 11 Championship Series:
The International Kart Federation Region 11 Championship Series is the traveling program dedicated to the northern California, southern Oregon and western Nevada. For 2012, the series began in Sonoma, California in March, followed by the first May event with Shasta Kart Club. The series then traveled to Southern Oregon Karters facility in Medford later that month for a double race event. Back to northern California, Monterey Bay Karters hosted the July race, with Northern Nevada Kart Club welcoming competitors in August. The series is set to complete the 2012 season with Kerman Kart Club at the end of October.

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