CONCORD, NC - With 2 races in the books for the Dunlop/Xeramic National Road Race Series presented by Russell Karting in the books, the series sets its focus on the Summit Point Nationals, the next major event on the WKA calendar June 4 and 5 at Summit Point Motorsports Park in West Virginia. Following the exciting events at Daytona and Roebling Road, Competition Karting Incorporated has again taken its place atop the leader board in the chassis standings for yet another season, posting 28 wins in the first two events of the year. And after just relocating their shop a week or so ago, CKI looks to maintain that momentum at Summit in a little over a month. MGM Chassis is currently second in the standings with 6 wins this year, followed closely by Hatcher with 4 wins, while Margay and DRT have 3 wins apiece. Owl, Velocity, Cosmic, Arrow, and Dominator have 2 wins to their credit this season, while single event wins belong to Intrepid, Phantom, Dragon, PRD, Elite, Cyclone, Coyote, Corsa, and PVP.
In the national standings, Lance Yunck holds a commanding lead over Michael Tracy in the 100cc Controlled class, while William Morsberger has quite a substantial lead over Anthony Vaccaro in the Matthai Material Handling 100cc Piston Port Class. Duane Eberharts win at Roebling Road has placed him atop the standings in the B Stock Class, holding a 35 point lead over Benjamin Eberhart.
Cole Peschang holds the lead in the Junior Animal Lite standings, while Stephen Wheatley leads Blake Beattie in the Hoosier Racing Tire Animal Lite class. Wheatley also currently holds down the top spot in the Animal Medium division, while Steve Johnson has the edge over Robert Garland in the Animal Heavy class.
In Clone competition, Blake Beattie holds the edge over Rob Hindery in the Clone LO206 Lite category, while Robert Garland is currently atop the Clone LO206 Heavy standings.
Travis Miller heads to Summit Point with a 90 point edge over Lance Yunck in the Formula 100 class, sponsored by Millers Dynotime Racing and KALL Racing, while Brian Wilhelm holds a slim 4 point edge over Robby Harper in the Formula 125 class, one of the tightest battles in the series.
Thomas Dupont leaves Roebling Road with a healthy lead over James Crawford in the 125 Sprint Shifter class, while the battle in the Fisher Racing Engines Stock Honda class is a tight one, with Steven Rougeou holding a 5 point edge over Stephen Flatt.
Quincy Smith leads Walter Troup by a mere 10 points in the WT Racing Leopard Sprint class, with David Benham leading Emmit Rodriguez by 33 points in the West Texas Outlaws TaG Heavy category.
The battle in The Agile Group sponsored Unlimited class is also a tight one with Jeff Standridge holding a slim 13 point edge over Ron Miller, while John Jazierski has a little bit of cushion over Louie Magiera in the WKA Sprint class.
The Magiera family is well represented up top in the Yamaha Sportsman and Yamaha Sprint Classes class with Dawn Magiera holding a commanding lead over Dan Febbroriello in the Sportsman category, while Louie has a huge lead over Dennis Cole in the Sprint class.
Ryan Hatcher leads the Foster 4J Ranch Yamaha Medium class by just 10 points over Lamar Hilliard, with David McCauley holding a commanding lead over Hatcher in the Yamaha Heavy class.
In the CKI Yamaha Sportsman class, Matt Michel and David Lee are involved in a tight battle, with Michel holding a 15 point margin for the lead, while also leading Lee in the Yamaha Sportsman Heavy class.
The battles will continue at Summit in a few weeks as the quest for respective titles will heat up during the summer months.
To view the updated point standings, click here.
To view the updated Chassis Standings, click here
And to view the weekend schedule for the Summit Point Nationals, click here.