Get ready Inland Empire, K1 Speed in Ontario California is hosting round five of their six race series this coming Sunday on their highly popular Super-Track configuration which is set up to be ran in reverse for this race series. Drivers are in a tight points battle for the overall championship and its going to take the final two races before a champion will be decided. Come out this Sunday May 13th to the San Bernardino location and come see where the best in indoor kart racing goes, with the K1 Speed Challenge GP Race Series. Sign-ups begin at 630PM and qualifying starts at 7PM. Entry fee is $50.00 per driver – BE THERE
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Pre-Race Party with food, drinks and music in the LuxeLounge!
NASCAR Video Game Challenge on a 65-foot movie screen!
Live Broadcast of the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race on the UltraMaximum 65-foot screen, with crystal-clear digital projection!
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The Inland Empire hosts the best in indoor kart racing for the future racers out there with the K1 Speed Junior/Youth Challenge GP Race league rolling into the well known center this past Tuesday night with a number of drivers all capable of grabbing a spot on the podium. Drivers actually began arriving a bit early to warm up and prep for qualifying and it showed as the on track battle for pole position was tight. Kasey Gills would end up taking the top qualifier spot with a fast lap of 30.98 seconds and setting an extremely fast pace for the rest of the field to follow.
With the field set for the main drivers were lined up for the standing start to take the green flag and it would be a familiar looking drag race into turn one as the field stayed tight with each other through the corner. Adam Klumpp would find a hole and squeeze past pole setter Kasey Gills just after the corner to take over the lead. The field would shuffle back and forth a bit as the drivers found ways around each other and swap positions back and forth. Kasey would take the lead back from Adam on lap 4 only to give it back to Adam a couple of laps later in the hair pin section of the track. Casey would drop back a bit off the pace, allowing Richard Ramirez, and Devin Rees who where in battles on their own, get by and take over the second and third positions while Casey went to fourth. The checkered flag would come out and Adam Klumpp would take the win with Richard Ramirez taking second and Devin Rees would hang onto third with Casey close behind in fourth.
With the final race coming in June it will be a race to the end as the drivers are all in a close hunt for the overall points championship. Come out to the final on June 5th and come see what the best in indoor kart racing has for the young racer in your family with K1 Speed in Ontario, California – right in the heart of San Bernardino, California.
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