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By: Nhka  09-12-2011
Keywords: Road Racing

I would like to thank everyone who stepped up to keep the April race on the schedule. Getting rained out was all the more disappointing knowing it was the membership who made it happen. This was your race. Even though Mother Nature didn’t cooperate, you should be proud of pulling this event together.

Of course we all owe thanks to our sponsors whose generous support keeps road racing alive at NHMS:

Sue & Bruce Gray – WKA 125 Sprint Shifter 1, Dave Roma (In Memory of Arlene Roma) – Jr. 2 Cycle Sprint Lite, Bill Price of Bill Price Racing – 2 Cycle Sprint Heavy, Koji Kubota – WKA 125 Sprint Shifter 2, Michael Kavanangh – Spec 125 Sprint 1, Jim Slade – RotaxMax Sealed, Michael Camarra of CFMotorsports – Spec 125 Sprint 2, Paul Weckesser – CIK 125 Sprint Shifter 1.

In a final note on the April race, refunds have been mailed out. If you haven’t received yours or have any questions, please give me a call at 617-448-0916.

For road racing, the Kart Fest weekend on October 16-17, 2010 will be here before we know it. And an additional date on the long track is a frequent topic of conversation with NHMS… I’ll let you know as soon as I know if we can make it happen.

But in the meantime, we have six dates locked in for the 12-race Granite State Kart Championship. Rain or shine, we will host three sprint races on a temporary track, and three more up on The Hill. The first date is this Saturday, May 1st. We are expecting a great turnout. I hope all of you will join the fun.


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It was great to see our Granite State Kart Championship regulars run so strong with the drivers from the Northeast Shifter Kart Series and Northeast Rotax Max Challenge. A big thanks to all the racers, families and volunteers who made the event such a success… especially those who made the trip from New York, New Jersey and beyond.


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Take three of the Northeast’s most competitive karting series, give them two days of near non-stop racing on one of the fastest sprint tracks to hammer out who is the best. They’ll be racing hard at the NHKA Tripleheader, because both Pre-Final and Final races will be a full 20 laps, and both will count for full championship points.


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Saturday will be the last race of the series with a full day of action across multiple classes: Shifters, TaGs, 2-cycle, 4-cycle and more. GSKC racers have enjoyed a season of New England’s biggest and most competitive fields. With a mandatory pit stop, you can go it on your own or team up with another driver. Saturday – Granite State Kart Championship Race 6. Sunday – One-Hour Endurance Races. End of Season Awards Breakfast.