Competitors looking for the final entry blank for the 2016 RLV Tuned Exhaust Products Gold Cup Series can now view the entry information for the GT Machine Grand Nationals online. The series finale will be held at Carolina Motorsports Park in Kershaw, South Carolina October 7-9, however, with an interesting twist, as competitors will run the sprint circuit in the opposite direction, thus throwing out the challenge to many who have never run the configuration other than the traditional course WKA has utilized in the past.

The weekends action will kick off with a full day of practice on Friday, followed by Shootout Races for the Sportsman and Junior Pro Gas Classes, as well as a Money Race for the Senior LO206 competitors.

The ultimate battle for the 11 national titles up for grabs will kick into full swing on Saturday, as competitors will actually be vying for 2 Eagles, one the traditional Grand National Eagle, the other being the eagle champions receive for winning the national title. Here’s a look at the classes fighting for the championships;

Coyote Motorsports/Jim’s Marine Senior Pro Gas Medium

Junior Pro Gas Lite General Contractor Sportsman Gas Lite

Briggs & Stratton/Inferno Racing Clutches Senior LO206 Heavy

Boon and Sons Kid Karts

Water Medic Junior LO206

Bordeaux Dyno Cams/Trackside Kart Supply Senior Pro Gas Heavy

L&A South Tire Sportsman LO206

Briggs & Stratton Junior Pro Gas Heavy

Briggs & Stratton Masters LO206 Senior

Brad’s Heating and Cooling Sportsman Pro Gas Heavy

Fast Time Awards will once again be provided by Mikim Motorsports with Noram Clutches serving as Associate Sponsor for the weekends activities.

The battle for chassis supremacy will also be determined, with Arrow holding a commanding 11-win edge over Coyote 22-11, with Razor at 9, Ionic Edge and Comet Eagle with 6 wins, and MGM responsible for 1 win this season.

Action on Saturday and Sunday kick off with Practice at 8:30am, followed by qualifying, 1 heat race, and the main events. Podium presentations will follow each days activities with a new wave of 4 Cycle National Champions on the horizon.