These are the League points going into the Final without/with drop.
Chaz Baca Sr…259/219
Top 7 are within striking distance of each other to make this Sport league season one of closest points battles going into the Finale’.
Will Scott Swayzee continue his rapid ascent to the top of the leader board and secure another podium finish?
Will Nick Evans finally catch a break with kart draw and no flat tires?
John Moldt has eye of the tiger and his sights set on a top 3 overall finish. His Final race points count big time. He drops his missed race aka “0” points.
Frank Dusanek & Will Shurtleff, tied with 192 points will make every effort to stay in close proximity to each other. Remember Frank, Will has the camera rolling.
Chaz Baca Jr…257/221
Kyler Repella will need to keep his arch rival and defending Pro League Champion (9 times), Chaz Baca Jr, behind him to capture his first Pro League Championship. Both of these young hot shoes are tied in points after the drop with 221 points. Both are smart, fast drivers and I expect the battle to last until the very last lap of the Main race. Steve Lattanzi looks to have 3rd overall locked up, but…..anything could happen with some creative math.
The real points shakeout will happen for 4th place overall between Cody Gutierrez, Charles Crowe, Keith Sears and Chris Wynne. Cody is rumored to have to work and miss the Final race and Chris drops a zero. Hold onto your hats and place your bets. My moneys on………one of them.
What an incredible 2013 Winter Sport/Pro League it’s been and I’m sad to see it come to an end but, ”Without Change There Can be No Progress”
I wish to THANK all the indoor kart racers for their season long commitment and for taking the time and resources to compete at the best Indoor Kart facility in the USA…Octane Raceway.
Sat. March 23rd is the scheduled date for The Last Enduro.
The Final Gas Indoor Kart Endurance Race @ Octane Raceway-Phoenix.
Club Speed Adds Calvary, Canada Track To List Of Clientle
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Pole Position Raceway, as of February 11 2013 announces the resignation of Jason Williams as CEO and director of the Company. Williams has given his resignation so that he can he can pursue other business opportunities.
Pole Position Raceway was created in September 2005 in Corona, California, by cofounders Jason Williams and Ken Faught.
The growth and expanding popularity of indoor karting, combined with first-class operations, have made Pole Position Raceway one of the fastest growing companies in the sport.
During expansion, Williams and Faught teamed up with Brad Mark for the Las Vegas and Summerlin tracks.
“Helping to create, build, and manage the Pole Position Raceway brand of indoor kart
tracks has been an incredibly rewarding and challenging endeavor for the past 8 years. However, at this point in my career I am excited to be able to embark on a new opportunity and wish to thank the shareholders, franchisees and employees of Pole Position Raceway for their help in making Pole Position Raceway what it is today. I believe the company has a bright future and wish them the best as they continue to grow and compete in the marketplace,” said Williams.
“Jason Williams helped me create something special in the world of motorsports, and I will never forget his contributions,” said Ken Faught, President. “We have entertained people from all over the world and have helped put indoor karting on the mainstream entertainment map. We wish him well in his future endeavors, and know that racing will and Pole Position Raceway will always be in his blood.”
About Pole Position Raceway
Pole Position Raceway is America’s #1 chain of indoor kart tracks with 8 locations nationwide and several additional tracks coming soon.
For more information check out www.PolePositionRaceway.com.
Round two of Grand Prix NY’s adult racing league was held running on the tight downtown configuration, the sheer number of entrants ensured close racing. First up this evening was the GTO (205lb) class and right out of the box Ennis Bragg and Andrew Wood picked up where they left off last week to grab the top two spots in qualifying. Behind them were Tom Caspar and Chris Johnson. At the start of heat one, Bragg took off with Wood in tow, while Caspar and Johnson battled with Gary Megennis for third. By lap twenty five, Megennis had fallen into the clutches of Dimi Vagios and the two of them had a spirited battle which let Caspar and Johnson battle it out for the final podium position which Caspar was able to hold onto. In the second heat, GTBB veteran Dave Harmon and Brian Maleska shared the front row and Jim Patton and Dimi Vagios were right behind them. At the drop of the green, Harmon was able to open up a bit of a lead while further back in the pack Johnson was clawing his way up. By lap nine he was past Vagios and into second and he set up Harmon with a nice move coming out of the hairpin to take the lead on lap seventeen. From there he checked out for a nice seven second win while Harmon and Vagios had a great race for second.
The next class to run was GTU (175lb). Wood and Megennis had the front row tied up with Jonathan Lally and Dave Lapham behind them. With the track being so tight, this group would finish heat one as they started. Heat two, however, was a different story. Rookies Tremeur Arbor and Mark Nieviarovski were on row one. Nick Frangoulis and Rob Megennis rounded out the top four starters. At the drop of the green, Frangoulis was able to muscle his way into first followed closely by the junior Megennis. From fifth on the grid, Mark Eickelbeck was into third and Wood was able to capitalize on the pushing and shoving and was fifth at the end of lap one from his ninth starting position. By lap sixteen, Eickelbeck was into the lead where he would finish the race while Wood was into second place a lap later, demoting Frangoulis to the final podium spot.
The final group this evening was GTBB (245lb). Cory Rossi and Dave Harmon were on the front row with Anthony Legato and Marc Foto rounding out the next row. As in GTU, the first heat saw the front row move out and take off from the rest of the field and at the end of the race it was Rossi followed by Harmon and Legato. With the inverted qualifying format for heat two there was much more action in this heat. Starting from the front row was Peter Perdiogiannis and Doug Winston with Bill Strachan and Patrick Jamin behind them. At the drop of the green, Perdiagiannis was out in front while behind him, Strachan and Winston got into each other and dropped to the back of the field. From the back, Rossi and Legato guessed correctly on the line through the first hairpin and were up to fifth and third respectively. Legato was into first by the third lap and Rossi was up into second by lap ten. A nice move in the hairpin got Rossi the lead on lap sixteen. At the checkered flag it was Rossi, Legato and Jamin for his first podium finish of the season.
For more info on Grand Prix New York visit www.gpny.com
Pole Position Raceway To Build 10th Indoor Kart Track in Houston
Pole Position Raceway and P2R Karting, Inc. are proud to announce that an all-new state-of-the-art high-performance indoor kart track is coming to Houston.
The new entertainment facility is expected to open in late Spring and will be Pole Position Raceway’s second location in Texas. The world-class facility is an independently operated franchise created by Michael Barron, President of Houston Karting & Entertainment, LLC. Barron, a veteran police officer and experienced pilot. Barron has developed a number of successful businesses in the Houston/Galveston area and brings a wealth of experience to the business from both a marketing, as well as a promotional perspective.
“We are excited to bring this unique and exciting indoor racing venue to Houston and the Clear Lake area,” said Barron. “This is my home town, and it will be an incredible place for family entertainment, birthday parties, and corporate events.”
Joining Barron are three highly professional individuals, all tops in their respective fields. Local REMAX agent Sharon Rowsey will serve as Vice-President of Sales & Marketing. With over 20 years of sales and marketing experience, Rowsey has already begun accepting applications for corporate sponsors.
Barron and Rowsey are joined by Drew Neubauer and Willy T. Ribbs both executives with Winners Circle LLC, a motorsports management firm located in Austin, Texas. Mr. Neubauer has over 25 years experience in the karting and motorsports industry. With a collegiate baseball career and both professional karting and motorcycle experience, Drew has a competitive spirit and passion for excellence and has a proven track record for success in highly competitive markets. His marketing and strategic development experience comes from holding executive positions with ESPN, Salem Communications, Faulding Capital, and Rush Enterprises.
Willy T. Ribbs is a true American sports legend, who has just been inducted into the San Jose California Sports Hall of Fame this past year. He has spent his entire professional life in the business of professional auto racing. Willy has achieved many firsts in his career and still remains the most-winning African American driver in history. A few highlights include:
First African American to qualify and compete in the Indianapolis 500.
Winner of the Formula Ford Championship in Europe during rookie season.
Recipient of two “Driver of the Year” titles while driving for such racing icons as Dan Gurney, Jack Roush and Derek Walker
First African American to compete in the NASCAR Cup series
First African American to compete in CART/Indy Car Championship in partnership with entertainer, Bill Cosby
First African American to test for a Formula 1 GP team (owned by Bernie Ecclestone) in Estroil, Portugal
Willy has a large reach into the motorsports and athletic community that will enhance our profile both locally and globally within the motorsports landscape.
“To kick off our Facebook Page, we are pleased to announce a special Limited Edition Founding Members VIP Kit that will be introduced at the Houston Auto Show, January 23-29, 2013,” said Rowsey. The kit includes: VIP Founding Member Status; Invitation to be the first to race the Pole Position Raceway Houston track; An opportunity to race against professional NASCAR, Indy and F1 Drivers at a special opening event; VIP Passes to all the opening events; as well as a t-shirt and wrist band. Priced at $89, it's an incredible offer.
“We would like to invite everyone to visit our booth at the Houston Auto Show, meet our team, and have the opportunity to rub shoulders with NASCAR and INDY drivers and to take home an autograph or two” added Neubaur.
Indoor kart racing is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing forms of recreation in the United States and the Houston facility will be Pole Position Raceway’s 10th location, with several more planned in the next 12 months. In addition to side-by-side race action on a giant ¼ mile track, each location also features authentic racing memorabilia, video games, concessions, party room, V.I.P. room, and more.
“This is the ultimate hands-on racing experience,” said co-founder Jason Williams, CEO of P2R Karting, Inc. “Aside from those who just show up and race in our arrive and drive races, we will offer a wide variety of programs including corporate team building events, birthday parties, group races and more.
“This is a track for racers by racers, and anyone can join in on the action,” said co-founder and P2R Karting, Inc. President Ken Faught. “We have high-performance electric karts that have twice the horsepower of the karts found at most facilities around the country. At 45mph these are certainly not the karts you remember driving as a kid. They accelerate harder, are more evenly matched, and provide the closest racing found anywhere in the state.”
Those behind the Pole Position Raceway brand also include AMA Supercross Champ Jeremy McGrath, 2004 NASCAR Champ Kurt Busch, X-Games Gold Medalist Mike Metzger, NASCAR pit reporter Jamie Little, Freestyle MX hero Kenny Bartram, off-road legends Randy Hawkins, Barry Hawk and Dick Burleson, along with F.I.M Motocross World Champs Greg Albertyn and Grant Langston, among others.
The all-new Houston Pole Position Raceway is expected to open in late Spring 2013. Pole Position Raceway also has locations in Las Vegas, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Jersey City, St. Louis, MO, Summerlin, NV, Syracuse, NY, and two in the California cities of Corona and Murrieta. For marketing or promotional information for your company please visit our website at www.PolePositionRaceway.com
KART 2 KART Adds Exciting New Flagship to Karting Fleet
KART 2 KART Adds Exciting New Flagship to Karting Fleet
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., Feb. 6, 2013 – Kart 2 Kart, Michigan’s premier indoor center for thrilling and safe karting action, announces the addition of Stratos Superkarts to its fleet. Custom made in the U.S.A., the new karts will bring Kart 2 Kart drivers as close as possible to the experience of real world road racing.
The new Stratos iS_13 Superkarts will be ready to drive, beginning Feb. 26 at Kart 2 Kart in Sterling Heights, Mich. The new racing karts are built in the United States and feature the latest in safety, performance and quality. Members of the news media are invited to test the new Kart 2 Kart flagship at a special luncheon, detailed below.
"After a meticulous vetting process which included testing several karts made around the world, I felt the reputation, safety, quality and craftsmanship of the Stratos Kart was the right product for our valued customers,” Tony Eckrich, owner and operator of K2K Karting, said. “The Kart 2 Kart team and I are very grateful for the opportunity to bring the best in karting to the residents of Sterling Heights and the communities of Southeast Michigan.”
Mr. Eckrich travelled across the United States to test karts from manufacturers from around the world before selecting the Stratos iS_13 kart. In addition to added safety, comfort and convenience, the new racer offers improvements in performance and handling. The vehicles also bring an increase in power and improvements in suspension, helping recreate the sensations enjoyed in full-size race cars.
The Stratos iS_13 features a Honda GX-200 engine that develops 6.5 horsepower. It features a complete surround-frame for driver and race safety. The 4130 chrome alloy frame wraps around the wheels in order to prevent vehicles from bumping and to increase driver safety.
In driving and in competition, drivers will enjoy the new kart’s road holding abilities, rated at 1.5 G. The Stratos iS_13 features adjustable aluminum tie-rods and a solid straight rear axle that simulates the true race car experience and handling.
Drivers also will enjoy a fully padded and sliding Tillet XXL seat. Adjustable foot pedals mean the new karts can accommodate drivers from 60-inches to 84-inches tall (five-feet to seven-feet tall).
Kart 2 Kart Indoor Karting and Conference Center
Kart 2 Kart offers the latest in indoor racing technology in a safe, clean and authentic racing atmosphere. In addition to the new flagship Thunder Karts Stratos iS_13 Superkarts, Kart 2 Kart has a fleet of Junior Karts for young drivers 54-inches tall and two-seat karts for shorter kids.
The track is operated using the most current professional motor sports safety systems, including warning lights, soft barrier systems, enforced driving standards, and an automatic computerized lap timing system. Drivers are fully briefed on the equipment they use and track safety. And the entire circuit is overseen by the trained Kart 2 Kart staff.
The Kart 2 Kart Indoor Karting and Conference Center is open daily for walk-in customers. They also accept reservations at (586) 997-8800 for parties of eight drivers or more. Kart 2 Kart also hosts special events that include corporate meetings, off-site functions, Teambuilding, Bar Mitzvahs, anniversaries, reunions and more.
Kart 2 Kart hours are Monday-Thursday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 12 noon to midnight and Sunday noon to 8 p.m. Special hours by request.
Kart 2 Kart Flagship Test Drive & Luncheon
Members of the press are invited to test drive the new Kart 2 Kart flagship Thunder Kart Stratos iS_13 Superkart at a special luncheon preview on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
To make reservations, and for more information on the event and Kart 2 Kart, journalists are asked to telephone Melissa Bunker at (313) 886-9074.
Members of the public are invited to learn more online at www.kart2kart.com.
2013 Florida Arcade & Pinball Exposition or more commonly known as “The Florida APE” will take place at Xtreme Indoor Karting on February 22-24. A true Arcader’s delight with over 120 classic pinball and video game machines all set on Free Play!
New location and electric cars give high-Octane experience
An indoor kart-racing track is moving in March to the Pavilions at Talking Stick, a shopping center long known for its ties to car culture.
Octane Raceway is building a one-third mile, indoor-outdoor track in the former Scottsdale International Auto Museum at the southeastern edge of the Pavilions, just south of Toys “R” Us.
Octane President Scott Sanders said the track is also switching to the latest high-speed electric racing karts from France that travel at speeds up to 45mph.
“I went to France to test drive them and said I’m not going to make the switch unless they are able to deliver the same driving experience (as the gas-engine karts),” Sanders said. “I was really impressed. They’re fast.”
Octane Raceway will join other entertainment venues on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community centered at Loop101 and Indian Bend Road. That includes the Talking Stick Resort and Casino, Salt River Fields, Talking Stick Golf Club and Ultra Star Cinemas.
The Pavilions has hosted an informal Saturday night car show for more than 20 years. The auto museum operated for about a year.
“We are excited to have Octane Raceway open their brand new facility at the Pavilions,” said Chuck Carlise, president of DeRito Partners Development Inc., which owns the shopping center.
“They are basically an Internet-proof business,” he said. “You cannot get the thrill of driving a real car online.”
Octane Raceway, formerly the F1 Race Factory, has operated at 317 S.48th St. for nearly a decade.
The new space includes a 45,000-square-foot building with 20,000 square feet of outdoor space. The outdoor track and patio will be shaded with a steel canopy.
The passageway, 18 feet wide and 8 feet high, will have an “air wall” to keep heated or chilled air within the building, Sanders said.
Racing with electric karts will eliminate the issue of exhaust fumes from internal-combustion engines.
“We’re excited about the green component of the electric karts,” he said.
Other tracks use electric karts but Sanders said Octane Raceway will be the first to use an entire fleet of Sodikart’s new RTX electric karts. Octane invested close to $375,000 in 30 karts.
The Pavilions location is more convenient for Octane Raceway’s customer base. The venue hosts birthday parties and other social events, along with company meetings and team-building outings.
“This puts us closer to our target clients,” Sanders said.
Octane limits racing to ages 10 and older, although 8- and 9-year-olds can participate if they take a class offered weekly called Raceology101.
Most of the racers “are adults looking for that adrenaline rush,” Sanders said.
The acceleration of the electric karts is faster than conventional engines that have to spool up, he said.
Octane Raceway offers food and beverages in its Trackside Grill and Victory Lounge, billiards, video games and foosball. There is Segway course and a former NASCAR race car is used for a pit-crew challenge competition.
Corporate teams do a four-wheel tire change on the car using pit-crew jacks and air guns. The real pit crews do it in about 12 seconds.
“With our folks, if you do it below a minute you’re killing it,” Sanders said.
Octane Raceway will continue operating in Phoenix through mid-March. No date has been set for the opening at the Pavilions
For more info on Octane Raceway visit www.octaneraceway.com
January 15th was the opening day of Grand Prix NY’s winter adult racing season. As in the past, there were three weight classes with up to twelve competitors in each class. This season’s format is a 5 lap qualifying session followed immediately by the group’s first 30 lap heat. After all the classes have run their first heat, the qualifying results are inverted for the second 30 lap heat. New this season is three additional points for pole and another point for fast lap of the class for the evening.
Starting this evening off was the GTBB (245lb) class. Returning champion Cory Rossi picked up right where he left off by grabbing pole just ahead of Gary Proft. Next on the grid was another returning veteran, Anthony Legato who was just ahead of Dave Harmon. At the drop of the green, Rossi took off while Legato quickly dispatched Proft and was chasing down Rossi. Starting on the third row, Adrian Salageanu was able to get past Harmon exiting the downhill corkscrew and was soon battling with Proft for third. At the end Rossi held off Legato for the win and Proft was able to hold on to take the final podium spot. In heat two, Rookie Doug Winston was on pole with Peter Perdikogiannis next to him. Starting from third, Louis Berrick made a great move to grab the lead by the end of lap one. In the melee, Bill Strachan was up to second but he received a black flag and had to stop for the mandatory ten second penalty which dropped him to the back of the field. By lap eight, Legato had battled his way into the lead dropping Berrick to second just ahead of Harmon. On lap eleven, Berrick got loose into the corkscrew and Harmon got into him and past which earned him a black flag.Tthat dropped him back to fourth. At the end, Legato held on for the win over Berrick and Rossi, while Harmon set the fast lap of the night trying to catch up after his penalty.
The next group up this evening was the GTO (205lb) class. Andrew Wood wound up grabbing pole a mere tenth over Gary Megennis while the second row had returning champion Dimi Vagios and Chris Johnson. At the start of heat one, Megennis was able to push past Wood and take a lead that he would not relinquish for his first win of the season. Wood was able to hold on to second over Johnson, while Vagios was spun twice and was out of contention by mid race. In the second heat, chaos reigned. On the front row was rookie Orest Ludwig alongside Brian Maleska. Fernando Marques and Jim Patton were on the second row. While Ludwig was able to hold on to the point for the first four laps, Marques, Maleska and Vagios were all taken out. This prompted a red flag to sort out the mess. A few laps later another red flag was thrown to sort out even more messes. At this point, Ennis Bragg, last year’s champion had moved up front and out of the carnage followed closely by Wood. That is how they would finish with Johnson rounding out the podium.
The final group this evening was GTU (175lb). Megennis and Wood are running both GTO and GTU this year and found themselves first and third respectively with Mark Eickelbeck in second at the end of qualifying. While the first heat was a closely fought race, there was no real passing going on, so Megennis clinched his first GTU win of the season with Eickelbeck second and Wood third. Heat two had rookies Mark Nievariarvski and Tremeur Arbor on the front row and Will Eickelbeck and Dave Lapham in the second row. At the drop of the green, Tremeur and Mark got into each other sending Tremeur to the back of the field, while Jonathan Lally was able to move into second from his fifth starting position. Lally was into first by lap three while Will and Lapham diced mightily until the half way point. Lally would notch the victory and Megennis would snatch second away from Lapham with five laps left. Lapham held on to finish on the podium.
For more information on Grand Prix New York visit www.gpny.com
For those of you who decided to sit this one out Race #3 of the Winter Sport/Pro league on Tuesday Jan. 22nd was one that saw at least one shake up at the top of the Sport league and Scott Swayzee earning the #1 spot on the podium which he earned by not only winning his Heat but by playing it smart and having 2nd thru 5th battle it out lap after lap and coming to the finish line as a four pack, side by side, nose to tail and tires crying uncle.
Another stand out driver, Will Shurtleff took the pole position in his Heat and won it. Started the Sport “A” Main from P2. An excellent Heat and “A” Main finish propels Will closer to the top of the overall points sheet. Overall Sport league points leader Chaz Baca Sr had to overcome a 4th place finish in his Heat which placed him starting the “A” Main from 7th place. Baca Sr was in the mix at the end but could only manage a 3rd place finish but happy to continue his podium picture modeling career.
John Moldt, who’s new nickname will be Mr. Ta-Two. Two second place finishes for the night has him climbing the overall points sheet. John missed the first race of the season but will get to drop zero points at series end. Risk is, with another miss or an off night of racing will stymie his chances to collect a top three trophy and all the millions of dollars that go with it.
Ariel Rubio had a Main race he would just soon forget. A hard hit contact incident brought out the dreaded Black Flag, dropped him to 8th, but he put his head down and ended up crossing the start/finish line in 5th. Fine line between hard, fast close racing and being too aggressive and that line was crossed and the penalty was issued without hesitation even though Rubio didn’t agree. Why would he, nobody does!!!
Nick Evans also struggled on this night and had to start the Sport “B” Main from pole. Going into Race #3 in 2nd in overall points he now sits 3rd overall right behind Ariel Rubio by 1 point! Couldn’t hold off Chris Webb, who won the “B” Main. Winning the “B” Main pays a bonus of getting to start from the back of the “A” Main which Chris was happy to do and finished his night of league racing in 7th place. He is not one of the weight equalized to 200# racers but pound for pound one of the best “over 200#” racers to ever shoehorn himself into a kart.
Congratulations to Scott Swayzee for the first of many wins to come.
Finish Order with Overall Points going into Race #4:
John Moldt…87 (missed 1 race)
Chaz Baca Sr…130
Steve Nowland…30 (missed 2 races)
Greg Gillum…62 (missed 1 race)
Preston Sass…45 (missed 1 race)
The fun continues with the Pro leaguers who put on a good show competing against each other who just so happen to be the best of the best that Octane Raceway has to offer.
We raced as one with eleven racers biting at the bit to score optimum points to add to their season totals. Racing as one group assures everyone will be in the Pro League “A” Main. Track 1 c/c /w for the Qualifier/Heat was won by surprise, surprise Chaz Baca Jr. Steve Lattanzi qualified 2nd but could not hold off Kyler Repella who has entered Chaz Baca Jr winning world big time. Coincidently the top 4 going into the “A” Main are also the top 4 in overall points. Less than .5 seconds separated the #1 spot of Baca Jr, from the #11 spot occupied by Team Titanium member, Keith Sears.
Some of the best lap times were incredibly close but had little bearing on the position Heat race Josh Lambeth…22.001 Chaz Baca Jr…22.002, Steve Lattanzi…22.003. WOW!!! Kyler had fast time with a 21.876.
Green flag sets the field in motion and looks like Chaz & Kyler are in cahoots as they pull away from the rest of the field with Kyler inches away from Baca’s rear bumper but not making any attempt to pass. Lattanzi was hoping for a move from Kyler but it never happened and Lattanzi spent most of the race running lone with the rest of the field losing ground. Chris Wynne had a great start but then mysteriously pulled off track with what he thought was a flat tire. Upon checking the ill handling kart for evidence of a flat tire, none was found to be at a loss of any air. Somebody must have spiked the extra large soda Chris consumed prior to the race. This will not end the points race with Chris still in the hunt for a trophy to the top 3 of the season. He currently sits 19 points out of 3rd and one point ahead of Charles Crowe who is in 5th.
Lap traffic scrambled the end of the race and the track marshals had their flags full keeping the leaders with clear track and back marker passing under blue flag conditions. Not much drama to report at the conclusion of the Pro Main. We may have to take a vote to see about putting extra weight on the young hotshots, Chaz Baca Jr and Kyler Repella. I say we add another 50# to their karts. Seems only fair.
Pro League Finish Order with Overall Season Points: