CONCORD, N.C. — Over $3,000 in cash is up for grabs along plus big-time bragging rights as all three Ignite classes fire off for 60 minutes of drafting and dicing at the Midwest’s biggest track, New Castle Motorsports Park, on May 14.
This one-hour, single-driver endurance race will include the RLV Ignite Junior, Briggs & Stratton Racing Ignite Senior and Ruckus Racing Ignite Masters classes, paying $1,000 to the Senior winner and $500 to the Junior and Masters winners. Additionally, each class will pay $250 to 2nd place and $100 to 3rd place.
“With the ongoing growth of the Margay Ignite classes, the addition of the Ignite Iron Man 60 gives Ignite racers from all over the Midwest and beyond the opportunity to compete for cash at the track that has hosted some of the best endurance races karting has seen, New Castle Motorsports Park,” said Kevin Williams, World Karting Association President. “We believe that the close, tight racing with deep fields that Ignite is known for will be on full display and that the racers will definitely earn those cash payouts,” Williams added.
To enter the Ignite Iron Man 60, you must first be entered in another Ignite class over the course of the weekend. Entry fee for the Iron Man 60 is $100 and you can register now on WKA’s online registration site. Register today and join us for some great racing and cash purses at New Castle Motorsports Park on May 14!
For more information on the World Karting Association, please contact Mike Tetreault at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 609.326.3741.