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Frantic Karting Schedule Looms Ahead

Wampum, PA June 12, 2007 - The Wilson Circuit sits quiet following a two week stretch that included the PA Divisional Oval Series followed by the fourth race in the BeaveRun Championship Karting Series. Ahead lies a two week stretch with little more than a few scheduled practices on the .8 mile circuit.


The break in the action could politely be referred to as the calm before the storm however. Once the calendar reaches Friday June 29th BeaveRun turns in to the sprint karting Mecca of the North East.


For starters, the BeaveRun Karting Series hold the second of three double event weekends with races five and six on the schedule to take place on June 30 & July 1. The action will be kicked off with a full open practice session as well on Friday the 29th.  Previous double weekends have proven to be very attractive, with kart counts being significantly larger than usual.  This weekend of racing is expected to be even more popular according to Series Director Scot Silbaugh.


"Our normal double weekends attract a lot of traveling racers with being able to run three full days in just one trip. With these races being just before the Regional and National events coming up, the response has been huge so we could see a great turnout."


The Regional and National events Silbaugh referred to where the back to back Great Lakes Sprint Series and WKA Manufacturers Cup Races in mid-July.


GLSS kicks off the action with a WKA Regional Series event on July 13-15th. The event will be co-sanctioned by the WKA Northeast Sprint Series bringing together two regional series for one big show. 


Of course the Regional Series race, like the BeaveRun double weekend, will be used as a tune-up for the WKA Manufacturers Cup race the following weekend July 20-22nd. BeaveRun plays host to the fourth race in the five race series. BeaveRun, a favorite among many competitors, expects to see a huge turnout thanks to the summer date according to Silbaugh.


"The last time we hosted a Man Cup race it actually snowed. Despite the frigid temperatures and wet weather we still had an excellent turnout. We're looking forward to an even better event this time around. This race will end a pretty exciting, and very busy, four week run for us!"


For more information about BeaveRun Karting please visit www.beaverun.com or call 724.535.1000.









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