So Cal Oval Karters Return to SoCal Fair and Event Center Saturday
The So Cal Oval Karter club will return to the SoCal Fair Motorcycle Speedway on the SoCal Fair and Event Center in Perris this Saturday, April 27. Gates will open at 9:00 A.M. on Saturday with practice at 11:00 and racing at noon. Six classes – Yamaha of America KT100, Burris Racing F200, Caltrol Incorporated Senior Clones, The Colt Group Open Class and Dyno Cam Juniors will be in action. Soon after Saturday’s SCOK show ends, competitors and fans can stroll a couple hundred feet for the Night of Destruction program at Perris Auto Speedway.
Saturday’s program will be the third of the 2019 season for the SCOK and the second at SoCal Fair Motorcycle Speedway. Two weeks ago, when the SCOK was on the Riverside County track that is in the shadows of Perris Auto Speedway, Mike Demello of Wildomar won in the Senior Clones, Fountain Valley’s Scott Bohle took the trophy in the F200 class, teenager Shane Holt of Huntington Beach prevailed in the Jr. KT100 Class, San Diego’s Lauren Bishop won in the Juniors and USAC/CRA Sprint Car star Brody Roa of Garden Grove took home trophies for both the KT100 and Open classes.
On Saturday, Bohle and Bishop will be out to stay perfect for the season. They are the only two drivers who have won both main events in their respective classes in the first two races.
After Saturday’s race, the SCOK will take one week off before returning to SoCal Fair Motorcycle Speedway on May 11.
The SoCal Oval Karters would like to thank the following sponsors for being part of the 2019 season. Yamaha of America, Burris Racing, Caltrol Incorporated, The Colt Group, Fair Oaks Ranch, Ancon Marine and Dyno Cams. If you or your company would like to join the SCOK as a sponsor for 2019, please call Matt Jones at (714) 614-8891 or E-mail him at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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