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    T H E O F F I C I A L P U B L I C A T I O N O F T H E I N T E R N A T I O N A L K A R T F E D E R A T I O N * V O L U M E 5 2 , N O . 6 jUNE 2012 IKF 2014 gRAND NATIONAL BID ACCEPTANCE INFORMATION Nw GOld cup spRINt champIONshIp cOvERaGE IKf 2012 GRaNd NatIONals ENtRy fORms tEch & RulE bOOK updatEs REGION 7, ROuNd 2 actION at wIllOw, calIfORNIa! VIRTUAL KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012 1

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    PARILLA LEOPARD MY09 DEALER INQUIRIES WELCOME RUSSELL KARTING SPECIALTIES EVERYTHING FOR KARTING FROM ONE SOURCE FOR OVER 50 YEARS WWW.RUSSELLKARTING.COM * 888-KARTING TOLL FREE ORDERS ONLY * 816-322-3330 ORDERS AND INFORMATION 2 KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012

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    4 The "Duffy" Karting's Highest Award Each year, hundreds of karters from all of the USA participate in the IKF Grand Nationals in hopes of winning their class and becoming an IKF Grand National Champion. Along with this prestigious title, each driver is competing for the most coveted award in karting, the "Duffy." Prior to 1976, each Grand National Champion received a TV set or a plaque as their award. At the 1976 April Meeting of the I.K.F. Board of Directors, Administrative Director Bob Graham presented the Board Members with a model of the 12 inch bronze statuette that was to be mounted on a 6 inch wooden base. The designer of this model was Pete Millar. The Board Members agreed that karting needed a "grand prize" to present to each Grand National Champion; something that was out of the ordinary and unique as most karters received many trophies each year for participating in local or regional events. The vote was taken and the statuette was presented, for the first time, at the 1976 I.K.F. Grand Nationals. From 1976 to 1981, it was known as the "Joe Karter" award. At the January 1981 Board Meeting, President John Strauser called for the Board's vote to honor a man who, just the month before, had retired from I.K.F. and karting. This well know gentleman had been active in karting as a driver, mechanic, Board Member, past President several times of the I.K.F., and was the Co-Founder of organized karting and the Go-Kart Club of America, which evolved into the International Kart Federation. His name, Frank "Duffy" Livingstone. President Strauser made the announcement that henceforth the statuette was to be known as the "Duffy." KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012

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    Region 7 Sprint action at Willow - page 10 Note to all Competitors: If you, as a competitor, have any questions about the legality or safety of your kart, please ask the appropriate official at your race. For tech or safety issues, ask the Tech Director. For race procedures or general items, ask the Race Director. The IKF does not endorse or determine the competition legality of products and services advertised in the Karter News Magazine, the Competition Regulations & Technical Manual, and on the IKF Web Site. The competitor is responsible for determining the legality of all their equipment for use in IKF sanctioned events. KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012 ON THE COVER: Hunter Corbitt leads the way in Jr. I PRD Controlled in Region 7 action. Photo by Cal Vandervoort. THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL KART FEDERATION * VOL. 52, NO. 6 * jUNE 2012 TAble of ConTenTs THE DUFFy ................................................................................................................................................... 4 MEMBERSHIP NEWS: 2014 GRAND NATIoNALS BID ACCEPTANCE INFo ............................... 6 TECH & RULE BooK UPDATES .............................................................................................................. 7 REGIoN 7 2012 SPRINT SERIES INFoRMATIoN ................................................................................. 9 REGIoN 7 CHAMPIoNSHIP SPRINT SERIES AT WILLoW ............................................................. 10 IKF NATIoNAL WEEKLy SPEEDWAy SERIES INFoRMATIoN ..................................................... 16 REGIoN 6 GoLD CUP CHAMPIoNSHIP SPRINT SERIES RoUNDS 3 & 4 .................................. 17 2012 IKF 2-CyCLE SPRINT GRAND NATIoNALS SPoNSoRS AND ENTRy FoRM ............ 22-23 2012 IKF 4-CyCLE SPRINT GRAND NATIoNALS ENTRy FoRM .................................................. 24 2012 IKF 2 & 4-CyCLE SPEEDWAy GRAND NATIoNALS ENTRy FoRM .................................... 25 HoT oFF THE PRESS: P1 ENGINES AND D'oRLANDo RACING ................................................ 26 REGIoNAL PoINTS: REGIoN 11 SPRINT PoINTS ............................................................................ 26 IKF 2012 GRAND NATIoNALS AND REGIoNAL EVENT SCHEDULES ...................................... 27 WELCoME NEW IKF MEMBERS ........................................................................................................... 27 ADVERTISER INDEx ................................................................................................................................ 30 IKF GoVERNoRS, CooRDINAToRS AND CoMMITTEES ............................................................. 31 IKf boArD of DIreCTors BILL HILGER, 5910 Skylark Lane, Lincoln, NE 68516 ........................................................................(402) 416-1284 President Fax (402) 489-7370 RICK SCRIBNER, 5475 Laird Road, Loomis, CA 95650 .....................................................................(916) 652-3905 Vice President Fax (916) 652-3910 DoUG NoRGAARD, 312 E. Glenwood Drive, Brandon, SD 57005 .................................................(605) 351-9223 Secretary JACK HoEGERL, 4205 29th Ave., Rock Island, IL 61201 ................................................................... (309) 793-0118 Co-Treasurer Fax (309) 793-0111, Email: jackh18@aol.com ART VERLENGIERE, 2351 Thompson Way Bldg. A, Santa Maria, CA 93455 Co-Treasurer GLENN ARAKI, 2635 North Fowler Avenue, Fresno, CA 93727 ......................................................(559) 291-0570 ED DIEDRICH, 1308 Hallertau Drive Sparks, NV 89441 ...................................................................(775) 424-3797 ToM RAyL, 11217 NE 23rd Ave., Mitchellville,IA 50169 ...................................................................(515) 957-9300 MICHAEL SCHoRN, P.o. Box 373, Banks, oR 97106 .........................................................................(503) 324-9072 kartrcr@yahoo.com 5

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    6 VOLUME 52, NO. 6 * june 2012 Karter News is the official monthly publication of the International Kart Federation. Editor Pat Eldridge (pat@ikfkarting.com) Production coordinator Felton Stroud / Stroud Design, Inc. intErnational Kart FEdEration: Advertising, Membership and Subscription information: Office: 909/923-4999, Office Fax: 909/923-6940 website: www.ikfkarting.com Address: International Kart Federation, 1609 S. Grove Ave., Suite 105, Ontario, CA 91761 intErnational Kart FEdEration StaFF: Pat Eldridge (pat@ikfkarting.com) Carmen Carranza (carmen@ikfkarting.com) Karter News (ISSN: 0096-3216) is published monthly by the International Kart Federation, 1609 S. Grove Ave., Suite 105, Ontario, CA 91761. When applicable, preferred periodicals postage paid at Ontario, CA and additional offices. There is no restriction to access the virtual issues (January to October) on the International Kart Federation website. The printed issues: the Grand Nationals Annual and the Competition Regulations and Technical Manual, will be mailed to current National members as part of the I.K.F. member's benefits. These two printed issues may be purchased individually. To join I.K.F., send $60.00 for one year's membership - U.S. funds only. Editorial information: Karter News Magazine, 437 W. Wilshire, Ste. C, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 Phone: 405/840-3158, Fax: 405/843-1465, e-mail: strouddesign@strouddesign.com At least six weeks notice will be required to effect an address change. When making an address change, please use postal forms and give the old address as well as the new and the effective date. When possible, please furnish the mailing label from the latest magazine. Send to Karter News Circulation, 1609 S. Grove Ave., Suite 105, Ontario, CA 91761. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Karter News Circulation, 1609 S. Grove Ave., Suite 105, Ontario, CA 91761. Tech and Article contributions: Karter News welcomes any such contributions, but assumes no responsibility for the return or safety of artwork, photographs, or manuscripts. Material to be returned should be accompanied by a self-addressed envelope with the correct return postage. Deadline for all submitted material is the first of the month two months prior to the month of publication For display advertising space rates, please contact the International Kart Federation at 909/923-4999. All material published herein is copyrighted by the International Kart Federation and may be reprinted only by written permission by the President of the Board of Directors. I.K.F. Office Telephone: 909/923-4999, Fax: 909/923-6940 Competition Regulations and Technical Manual: The International Kart Federation, Inc., is the sole owner of the right to use the Competition Regulations and Technical Manual. The use of any rule in this rule book or any other later promulgated rule or regulation is expressly prohibited, without written permission from the International Kart Federation, Inc. Unauthorized use of the Competition Regulations and Technical Manual is with the assumption of any and all risks, with the user expressly required to indemnify (as a Type 1 indemnity), defend, and hold harmless the International Kart Federation, Inc., its officers, directors, employees and members. The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules and regulations shall govern the conditions of all events and by participating in these events, all members are deemed to have complied with these rules. No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publication of, or compliance with these rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators or others. Publication of any advertisement shall not be considered an endorsement of the product or services involved. © 2012 International Kart Federation MEMBERSHIPNEWS 2014 ikf grand national bid information The June issue of Karter News will have the notice of acceptance of bids for the IKF Grand National races (approximately 24 months away). And/or the IKF hosting the event. The bids for the IKF Grand Nationals must be in the IKF Office prior to September 1, 2012 (approximately 21 months before the race). Please fax the bids to 909-923-6940, email to pat@ikfkarting.com or mail to the IKF Office. Please include the following information on the bid: Host/Promoter name, track name and city, and the Grand National you are bidding on. Bids will be discussed at the September Board Meeting. photos and articles needed! We are always on the look out for new photos and stories for Karter News and the IKF Web Site! Especially you juniors! Send in your photos with a description of the photos (and photo credit) and your story. Go to: www.ikfkarting.com then click on "Forms" on the top menu bar. There you'll find a link for "Guidelines for Article and Photograph Submission" information. Who knows? You may see yourself featured on the IKF web site or in Karter News in the near future! 2011 ikf grand national annual and 2012 ikf rule book available for purchase Reward your sponsors, family, and friends with a copy of the 3rd edition of the IKF Grand National Annual. Copies are available for $20.00 each plus $10.00 shipping and handling. Additional copies of the 2012 IKF Competition Regulations and Technical Manual are available for $25.00 each plus $10.00 shipping and handling. This does not include International Kart Federation membership or voting privileges. Quantity discounts are available on both issues. Call the IKF office at 909-923-4999 to order or for more information. KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012

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    TeCH & rUle booK UPDATes ☞ = indicates new update for this issue. please note that tech & rule book updates will now go into effect thirty (30) days after they are posted on the ikf Website: www.ikfkarting.com) add: cHanGE: dElEtE: cHanGE: Rule has been added where indicated by reference number. Rule has been modified from the original version. Rule has been deleted from the rule book. 103.3 governors: (add to section:) Effective 1-1-2012, Governors responsibilities will also include recruiting non IKF tracks into IKF sanctioned and insured tracks. Governor is responsible for handling the IKF Track Membership Application and submitting it to the IKF office. A fee of $200 will be paid for a successful recruitment .Governors will be paid $50 for resigning an existing IKF track. cHanGE: 104.6.4 exceptions: (change "a." to read:) Driver's birthday must be within 12 months of their respective age group to be considered. cHanGE: 104.17.2: (add to section:) Exception: 2 punches required for the 2012 IKF 2 Cycle Sprint Grand National. Suspend the 3 punch rule for Sprint for one year. add: 104.17.2.3: IKF Speedway Experts may enter the Grand National in their Expert Division without participating in three Regional events. These Experts will not be required to pay a waiver fee. cHanGE: 105.1.6.3.1 all open kart drivers shall Wear: (change 1st sentence to read:) Jackets of heavyweight leather, heavyweight vinyl, ballistic nylon material or other abrasion resistant material and full-length pants to prevent or minimize abrasions oR Driving Suits of one or two piece design constructed of heavyweight leather, heavyweight vinyl material or heavyweight abrasion resistant nylon material. (add as last sentence:) No sweat pants. cHanGE: 115.2 Number panel Color: (change first sentence to read:) Expert number panel color for Sprint and Road Race is platinum, silver, or red and is reserved... cHanGE: 115.2.1: (change first sentence to read:) Any Junior in the Kid Kart division who has two IKF Grand National wins in the Sprint Division may run platinum, silver, or red plates until they move out of the Kid Kart Division. cHanGE: 115.3: (change second sentence to read:) Any Junior in the Kid Kart division who has won two IKF Grand Nationals in any Division may run platinum, silver, or red plates in Sprint or Road Race events, gold or yellow plates in Speedway events until they move into Senior classes. cHanGE: 115.4.5 Current ikf experts in 4-Cycle speedway: (Add to list:) Chad Waller cHanGE: 115.4 ikf experts: (change Note: sentence to read:) IKF Sprint, Road Race, and Speedway Experts may enter... cHanGE: 207 2-Cycle sprint National Championship Classes: (Class 2, Junior I, remove from Engine Type:) 80cc DAP T-40 (Class 11, Change Class name to:) IAME CUP (Parilla Leopard) KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012 cHanGE: 212.2.1 approved local option Classes: (add:) Rookie Comer IAME Cup Jr. Rookie Sportsman HPV 4 Heavy cHanGE: 212.4 official schedule: add:) Thursday - June 21 2012 1. Rookie Comer, Local opt 210# 5. JR Super Sportsman 2. Rookie Sportsman, Local opt 235# 6. Rotax Max Senior 3. IKF TaG Senior 7. SR Super Sportsman 4. IAME Cup Jr., Local opt 320# Friday - June 22 2012 1. Kid Kart 4. KPV 2 2. Junior I 5. KPV 4 3. KPV 1 6. SR Super Sportsman Heavy Saturday - June 23 2012 1. KPV 4 Heavy, Local opt TBA 4. JR II PRD TaG Controlled 2. JR I PRD TaG Controlled 5. SR PRD TaG Controlled 3. Rotax Max Junior cHanGE: 275.5.2, 275.5.3.1, 275.5.3.2: (change mention of Parilla Leopard and/or IAME Cup to:) IAME Cup (Parilla Leopard) add: 401.4.1: Wheelbase: Maximum 50" Minimum 40" Measured center to center at the outside end of the axle to the outside end of the spindle. cHanGE: 403 four-Cycle speedway National Championship Classes: (change the following classes:) Effective April 1, 2012 Class #1 Junior I Light and #2 Junior I Heavy, change to .440 restrictor. Class #3 Jr I Briggs Animal Light and #4 Jr I Briggs Animal Heavy, change to .530 restrictor. (change Class #14 Briggs Animal Masters age to:) 35-up cHanGE: 404.4 & 405.4 official schedule and order of Classe: (add list:) Combined 2/4 Cycle Speedway Grand National Race Schedule Day 1 - Monday - Practice Day 2 - Tuesday Briggs Animal Masters 4-Cycle 370# Senior Sportsman 2-Cycle 360# Junior l Light 2-Cycle 235# Junior l Light 4-Cycle 235# yamaha KT100S Heavy 2-Cycle 370# Stock Light 4-Cycle 320# Junior ll Light 4-Cycle 285# Day 3 - Wednesday Brgs Aml Blue Waz Hvy 4-Cyc 370# Junior l Heavy 4-Cycle 270# Junior l Heavy 2-Cycle 270# 100cc Sup Stk Hvy 2-Cyc yamaha KT100S LTD 2-Cycle 360# 330/350/370# Junior ll Heavy 4-Cycle 320# Stock Medium 4-Cycle 345# Day 4 - Thursday Stock Heavy 4-Cycle 370# Jr ll Brgs Animal Lt 4-Cyc 285# Junior ll Light 2-Cycle 275# Super Sportsman 2-Cycle 360# Briggs Animal Light 4-Cycle 320# Jr l Brgs Animal Lt 4-Cyc 235# open 2-Cycle 330-390# 7

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    8 Day 5 - Friday Junior ll Heavy 2-Cycle 310# Jr ll Brgs Aml Hvy 4-Cyc 320# Jr l Briggs Animal Hvy 4-Cyc 270# 200CC Stock 2-Cycle 390/430# yamaha KT100S Light 2-Cycle 330# Briggs Animal Super Heavy Briggs Animal Med 4-Cycle 345# 4-Cyc 200# Driver/390# Day 6 - Saturday Briggs Animal Sportsman 4-Cycle 360# yamaha KT100S LTD. Heavy 370 Lbs. 2-Cycle 370# Briggs Animal Heavy 4-Cycle 370# 100CC Super Stock Light 2-Cycle 300/320/340# Briggs Animal Blue Wazoom Medium 4-Cycle 345# Day 7 - Sunday - Rain Day cHanGE: 405.2.1 approved local option classes for 2012: (change all to:) * Briggs Animal Blue Wazoom Medium 16+ 345# * Briggs Animal Super Heavy 16+200#driver/390# * Yamaha Ltd Heavy 16+ 370# cHanGE: 420.2 Wheelbase: (add to first sentence:) , measured center to center at the outside end of the axle to the outside end of the spindle. add: 451.5.1: Wheelbase: Maximum 50" Minimum 40" Measured center to center at the outside end of the axle to the outside end of the spindle. cHanGE: 617.9 piston: (change the following dimensions on the KSI Piston:) A = 0.609" B = 0.470" C = 0.736" cHanGE: 624.13 New homologation parameters: (change second sentence in the second paragraph to:) yearly renewal fee, $750.00 each with included advertising program. cHanGE: 700.3.1: (change first sentence to read:) Effective April 1, 2012: The restrictor plate is available from your local kart shop and is manufactured by American Power Sports/APS. cHanGE: 700.3.3: (change first sentence to read:) Effective April 1, 2012: APS/IKF logo is clearly visible above carburetor when installed correctly. cHanGE: ☞700.3.6.1: (add second sentence to read:) Go-No-Go gauges are Blue Restrictor .440" and Red Restrictor .530". cHanGE: 700.3.7.1: (change first sentence to read:) Restrictors must be run as manufactured by American Power Sports/APS. cHanGE: 700.3.7.4: (change to read:) .251" to .246". ExPERIENCE LIFE IN THE FAsT LANE cHanGE: 700.3.7.5: (change to read:) .313" to .309". cHanGE: 701.8.3: (change first sentence to read:) Tech carb bore - .695" No-Go, .695" max straight bore. cHanGE: 717.12 deck/piston Clearance: (change third senetence to read:) Piston pop up minimum .010" and maximum 0.025"... cHanGE: 717.24.1 (change all to read:) Piston dome may be machined to achieve correct piston pop-up. A resemblance of the dome on the piston must still be present. Pop-up must be no less than .010 and no more than .025 as measured with a bar centered over and parallel to the wrist pin. cHanGE: 717.24.2 (change all to read:) Factory oversize World Formula pistons are allowed. dElEtE: 717.24.3 dElEtE: 721.21 - 721.21.7 cHanGE: 717.24.1 (change Section Title to read:) stock international Class engines (Clone). cHanGE: 722.4 Carburetor: (change 1st sentence to read:) Huayi or Ruxing types allowed. cHanGE: 722.4.4 low speed idle Jet: (change to read:) Non Tech. cHanGE: 722.4.5 main Jet: (change to read:) Non Tech. cHanGE: 722.8.2 stroke: (change to read:) Stroke is 2.133" plus .010" or minus.010". cHanGE: 722.9.1 valve seats: (change second sentence to read:) Single 45° Bottom and Single 30° Top. (add as 3rd sentence:) Head of valve must be above combustion chamber. cHanGE: 722.11 Connecting rod: (add as 3rd sentence:) No hone marks. cHanGE: 722.15 flywheel and ignition: (change all to read:) Flywheel: Flywheel must be billet minimum weight 3.3 lbs. ARC model 6618 or 6619. Raceseng rsp_13_07 rev wheel NF-SFI or rsp_13_077 rev wheel F-S1. cHanGE: 722.15.1 timing: (change all to read:) Any ignition timing. Membership Information: International Kart federation 1609 s. Grove Ave., suite 105 ontario, CA 91761 909-923-4999 www.ikfkarting.com KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012

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    IT'S BACK! THE 2012 IKF REGION 7 SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIP PHOTO BY SEAN BUUR - GO RACING MAGAZINE KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012 March 3-4 Race #1..............Adams Motorsports Park, Riverside, CA Hosted by SoCal Sprinters May 5-6 Race #2 .................Willow Springs Internat'l Raceway, Rosamond, CA Hosted by Willow Springs Kart Club June 2-3 Race #3 ................Apex, Lake Perris, CA Hosted by Pacific Association of Karters August 4-5 Race #4 ............Santa Maria Kart Track, Santa Maria, CA Hosted by Santa Maria Karting Association September 1-2 Race #5 ......Grange Motor Circuit, Apple Valley, CA Hosted by October 6-7 Race #6 ...........Buttonwillow Raceway, Buttonwillow, CA Hosted by November 3-4 Race #7 .......TBA Class List (tenative) Saturday 1 - Kid Kart Light ..................Pitts Performance 2 - Rookie Comer 80 ............Grand Products 3 - KPV 1 Heavy ...................Empire Karts 4 - KPV 2 ..............................P1 Engines 5 - KPV 4 Heavy ...................K&P MFG 6 - TaG Senior ......................Buddy Rice Karting Sunday 1 - Kid Kart Heavy ................PKS Kart Supplies 2 - KPV 1 Light .....................Pure Karting 3 - KPV 2 Heavy ...................Hyper Racing 4 - PRD Junior 1 ...................Fleming Racing Engines 5 - PRD Junior 2 ...................RLV 6 - PRD Senior .....................Mike Manning Karting Series Information ...............Stewart Willis stewartawillis@hotmail.com www.ikfkarting-r7.com/ K&P K&P MFG. MFG. 9

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    ikf regioN 7 spriNt ChampioNships,WilloW spriNgs kart traCk, CaliforNia Region7Round2 The IKF Region 7 Sprint Championships began their 2012 season the weekend of March 2-4 at the world famous Adams Motorsports Park in Riverside, CA and they were back in action for round two at the Willow Springs Kart Track on May 4-6. Willow Springs Kart Club was the host and entries were solid as the new series continues to take flight. one driver, Austin Wolf made the trek all the way from Canada to participate in the second event of the series. Willow always provides fantastic on track action and this was no exception, as many of the finals came down to wire for the checkered flag. The RLV Junior 2 PRD Controlled class was the first out of the gate with Willy Axton landing the pole with a time of 45.402. Axton went on to sweep the heat races with Chance Skaufel and Royal McKee each taking a second place finish. For the final, it was all Axton leading flag to flag for the victory. Skaufel, Nathan Seegrist and McKee battled early for the second spot with it eventually going to McKee. May 5-6, 2012 bY seaN buur, photos bY Cal vaNdervoort http://speedaNdsports.smugmug.Com Hannah Grisham pulled away from the main pack to finish in third. The Buddy Rice Karting TaG Sr. pole went to Andrew Weiner running a 44.671. Alejo Fernandez qualified P2 with a 44.780, but it was John Wallace III who followed Weiner to the finish for heat 1. Weiner continued to top the charts in heat two as Travis Lowe and Wallace were the only two drivers able to pace with the leader. A bad start for Weiner in the final saw him drop a few positions and Mike Herda jump to the front. Wallace and Lowe were right in the hunt and quickly moved to P1 and P2. Herda stayed with the duo but was unable to make any strides at regaining the top position. Lowe brought it home for his first win of the weekend with Wallace and Herda placing second and third. Fleming Racing Engines PRD Junior 1 qualifying saw Carter Herrera best Jake Drew and the field of ten with a 47.253 lap time. Hunter Corbitt emerged in the heat races as the man to beat and he carried that pace well through the 20 lap main event. Corbitt led from start to finish with Herrera sol- 10 KARTER NEWS - juNE 2012

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