People: I haven’t been a board member for several years, I can’t speak for the board and I do not know the exact status of club finances. However, it should be obvious to us all that with the dismal turnouts at the last couple of events, we can’t afford to race at Roebling (or many other road racing venues) for much longer. Do not assume that what we’ve had available to us for most, and for some all, of our lives will remain available. The weather in Savannah this time of the year cannot be beat. No excuses. Drag your karts out bring a newbie and come to Roebling. Its a safe track with lots of runoff room, very fast and not the most challenging ever made but certainly challenging enough. And you couldn’t ask for a nicer more helpful group of folks who will do what it takes to make sure your high expectations are far surpassed. Wouldn’t it be awesome to see the crowds from the Glen Moore/Johnny Jacumin days? This may be one of our last chances to help preserve road racing in the South. Use it or lose it as we accountants say. Bring it!
To be clear, life isn’t all sunshine and flowers. These are very hard times for kart road racing. Don’t just say “I’ll try to make it next time. ” I’ve done it, you’ve done it, everybody has done it. Quite simply there may not be a next time.
See you at Roebling. Race safe, race fast, and race often..
Sorry I will not be able to make this race,, I really like the track and i even like the racig family down south even more..great bunch of people .. I am getting ready to move permenantly to S Africa and will be selling off ALL my racing Karts..price drop in a big way.. PVP-Gasgas plus spares now going cheap !! cheap !! cheap !! Good luck to all at the races..