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  • #29058

    Bill Anderson
    Participant

    Michigan Kart Club’s M.I.S. Fall Classic, Sept. 6 & 7  is a “can’t miss” event.  Two miles of smooth asphalt, including the infield road course, a meticulously maintained facility, on a race weekend that fits the national schedule quite nicely.  If top speed is what you’re after, this is the place.  Unlimited’s topped 146 MPH last year.   Garages available.  Pre-Entry discounts at http://michkartclub.com/2014-m-i-s-event/. Register Online.

    #29063

    Bill Anderson
    Participant

    Special Note: The M.I.S. Fall Classic is sanctioned by WKA, and follows WKA Rules with local option classes, and uses WKA Insurance.  This is not a WKA National Points race or Regional race.  We therefore require a Minors’ Release for Minor Drivers to be filled out, and signed at the Entry Gate, where pit passes are sold, and again at Race Registration. We understand that WKA membership cards indicate that a minor driver may have a waiver on file, but we cannot honor that card information at this event.
    For your convenience, a copy of the waiver form is available on the MKC web site and may be printed out, IN COLOR, notarized, and be submitted by a minor at the track in case that minor’s parent or guardian is unable to attend the event.
    If you have any further questions, please contact me.

    Thanks

    #29183

    Jeremy Baldi
    Participant

    Do you know if they are going to have race monitor up and running for this event?

    #29278

    Bill Anderson
    Participant

    We plan to have race Monitor running at this event.

    #29381

    Robert Lawson
    Participant

    Bill,

    Will we need a current WKA license?

    If so, will MKC offer the “weekend pass”?

    #29454

    Bill Anderson
    Participant

    No need for a WKA license.  The event is neither a National Points Race nor a Regional race.

    Buy a pit pass, enter a class, pass safety tech, and you are ready.  We will follow the WKA rulebook for most classes when it comes to ages, weight, and engine specifications. There are local option classes based on kart combinations most racers are familiar with.

    #29465

    Robert Lawson
    Participant

    Thanks Bill.

    With the facility so close to home it is high on the priority list. Once again we should have our sponsor visiting and hope for good weather.

    I know Kenny has already secured the garage and we are very much looking forward to MIS again this year!!!!!!!

    RPM

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