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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Indoor Kart World Championship Brings Racers from across the Globe

Kart enthusiasts will be racing to Phoenix, Ariz., from around the world for the Indoor Kart World Championship, beginning Friday, July 29 through July 30. The international competition, now in its second year, is organized and run by Arizona-based, RacingSchools.com.  Races will be held at the F1 Race Factory on 48th Street, south of Washington in Phoenix, and competitions are open to professionals and rookies alike.
Truly a global competition, teams and individuals will come from countries including the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Canada, and across the United States. With major sponsorship from RacingSchools.com, racers will vie for awards totaling more than $10,000 in cash and prizes.
The two-day competition consists of four thirty-minute sprint races, one one-hour grand prix, and the final one-and-a-half-hour grand prix. There are four awards up for the taking, including the 2006 Indoor Kart World Championship Team, and the 2006 Indoor Kart World Championship Driver. New awards for 2006 are the 2006 Champion Nation and the USA Indoor Kart Champion.
Winners will receive cash rewards and trophies. The top two winners will also have the opportunity to test drive a real Formula-1 race car.  The grand-prize winner will attend the American Racing Academy F2000 3-day racing school experience or lapping day in Las Vegas, and receive sponsorship for next year’s Kart Championship. 

Entrée fees begin at $400 and open to anyone meeting height and weight requirements. For registration or more information on the 2006 Indoor Kart World Championships, visit www.indoorkartworldchampionship.com  or www.racingschools.com , or call 1-877-463-7223


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