CONCORD, N.C. – In the first of many big announcements on tap for the upcoming second round of the WKA RLV Tuned Exhaust Products Gold Cup Series July 11-13 at Camden, Ohio’s G&J Kartway, the LO206 Senior class – open to racers age 15 and up – will pay a $600 purse for Saturday’s main event at G&J.
The LO206 Senior division, new to the Gold Cup in 2014, included a similar purse in its debutant event in the March series opener at Jacksonville, Florida, which saw Florida’s Jordan Mincey win a great race over Matt Skaggs and Michael Clark.
Saturday’s LO206 Senior main event at Camden will pay $300 to the winner with second place earning $200 and third $100. Payouts will be presented at the track after tech has cleared.
The new LO206 Gold Cup division has found some great support from sponsors in 2014. Briggs & Stratton Racing and Kart City Performance are the LO206 class sponsors, and longtime Gold Cup competitor Brad Farmer of Brad’s Heating & Cooling has stepped up to help with the purse money for Camden.
LO206 competitors are also gunning for a brand-new Coyote Wide Track chassis in 2014.
Kart City Performance, owned by Rob Smith, has posted a new Coyote mount to the 2014 LO206 Senior national champion.
This is the last weekend to pre-enter for the Michigan Kart Supply Nationals at the best prices.
Click here to download the G&J Gold Cup entry form.