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"Pair of drivers entered for TaG Masters class in Sin City"

Article By: Race Tech Development

August 14, 2013 - With the prestigious SuperKarts! USA (SKUSA) SuperNationals still three months away; excitement is mounting for the annual event. Taking place on the grounds of the RIO All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, the event is set to be the biggest in history as multiple classes were capped with registration number in the firs 36 hours after it opening. One of those classes that were maxed out at forty drivers was the TaG Masters division and drivers Bobby Wilson and Jason Bell are confirmed and set to make their assault on the field.

"We were up and registered in the first few hours that registration opened to ensure we were in," explained Jason Bell. "This is something that we have been working on for quite sometime and both Bobby and I are looking to get to Vegas."

Joining forces with Team Koene USA, Wilson and Bell will utilize Tony Kart chassis' and look to bring the new team their first SKUSA SuperNationals title.

Wilson added, "It has been a while since I last raced a kart in an organized event but I have been behind the wheel here and there. I will for sure get some seat time before Vegas to ensure I am ready to go. Jason and I are really looking forward to joining Team Koene USA and are ready to perform well in Vegas, but also looking to enjoy the worlds largest karting event."

Wilson and Bell our no stranger to the SuperNationals event as both have competed in the past. Most recently in 2012, Wilson would perform tuning duties on Bell's TaG Masters machine and though they were hoping for a good finish, contact in the main event would leave the duo down the running order. Fast forward to 2013 and now both drivers will be on the track in their search for SuperNats glory.

Bell continued, "I recently started my formula car venture with Bobby but still have my love for karting. The SuperNats is the best venue and event that there is in North America and there was no way we were going to miss our chance to compete for the top step of the podium."

For more information on Bobby Wilson and/or Jason Bell or information on how to support their program, please contact Bobby Wilson at 262.498.5166.

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