It is usually one of the biggest races of the season. Tons of track time.
AKRA is the sanctioning body, same one that insures you at NHKA. AKRA has a very cool practice procedure, if its not too crowded they will do an open practice. If it has a lot of people the break it down to two groups, and so on depending on how many karts. It may not seam like a big deal but if you are making changes and just want to run a lap or two and make another change you have the ability to try tons of stuff in a short amount of time.
Last year i believe they had more entry’s than Daytona. In the Piston Port Sprint class there were 17 entry’s.
What are you planning on putting on that sprinter for power?