K1 Speed Irvine – September 2009 Challenge GP Go Kart Racing Results
08 September 2009
This past weekend, we had one of our greatest turnouts ever for a Challenge GP race, with 43 drivers showing up to battle for victory! Needless to say, we were extremely pleased with the attendance and the racers did not disappoint! To accommodate the large number of racers, we ended up splitting the competitors into four separate groups – A through D – based on qualifying times, which not only allowed us to better organize the event but also keep the competitors on a relatively level playing field with the other drivers on the grid. Being that we had twice the number of entries as an F1 starting grid attempting to race on an indoor go kart track (even one as large as our Super Track), we figured dividing the field up into groups would be the best solution, and the Challenge GP event ended up running very smoothly.
The racing this weekend was some of the best that we’ve seen and it was a thrill to see so many competitors vying for the win! If you would like to take on the best K1 Speed racers in Orange County, and indeed, Southern California, join us at K1 Speed Irvine October 4th at 6:30PM for Round 4 of our K1 Speed Irvine Challenge GP series. We can assure you that it is an experience like no other and that it is one of the safest and most affordable ways to go wheel-to-wheel racing. We’ll see you there!
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