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    • #10484
      Mike Morrone
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      Anyone running this engine at NJMP, Etown, or OVRP?

    • #10607
      Craig Drabik
      Participant

      We run them in the Batavia Kart Club, which runs at Avon, Cherry Valley, Pitt, and Bliss International.  I’m pretty sure there’s no WF class at OVRP.  I’m not sure about further east than that.  We actually run them side by side with Yamaha 4-hole can at the same weight.

    • #10666
      Michael Taksa
      Participant

      World formula draws 15 plus entries at NHKA, and last time NHKA was at F1 outdoors the same count, not sure on regular F1Outdoors races and in NJ…  http://www.hnka.net  http://www.f1outdoors.com

    • #10667
      Michael Taksa
      Participant

      Forgot to mention, NHKA has light and heavy World Formula classes, not sure on specific weights

    • #10668
      Tom Prioli
      Participant

      Light is 360, Heavy is 390. http://nhka.net/info/rules/

    • #10669
      Tom Prioli
      Participant

      And don’t forget you can race World Formula all winter long at Checkered Flag Indoor Karting! http://nhka.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/2014-World-Formula.pdf

    • #10796
      Keith Buffo
      Participant

      Guess we’re all a little North of Mid-Atlantic!

      You can tell by the enthusiasm of NHKA racers (even ones from other classes!) World Formulas really are great. I’m surprised more clubs don’t offer it. In just a couple years it has become the one of our main entry points for new drivers, and one of the largest, most competitive classes.

    • #10804
      Craig Drabik
      Participant

      I’d really love to see it get wider attention as well.  The only thing I can think of is that it’s nearly non-existent at the regional and national levels and racers would prefer to run something they can compete at that level with.  It’s a shame too, it’s a great package.

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