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Crockett Motorsports to Sponsor Round 5 of Central States Challenge
Thursday, 11 August 2011 23:00
The Superkarts! USA Central States Challenge regional program is moving toward the final two stages of the 2011 season. The last two events of the year will be hosted at the series home circuit - I-55 Raceway in Pevely, Missouri. Round five of the six-race program, set for August 20-21, will be presented by Crockett Motorsports - a long-time series support and GP Kart dealer for the Midwest. The event will also set the stage for the final push for series championships and host the final process for the Mazda Road To Indy Scouting Combine program.
 
The I-55 Raceway is located just south of downtown St. Louis and holds a 1/3-mile dirt oval that hosts many big events on the season. It is also home to the St. Louis Karting Association and their 1/2-mile road course, featuring an 800 ft. long front stretch, “Thunder Valley” with hairpin turns, a banked Monza and a tight esses section that creates a challenge to each driver.
 
The championship fights have been mapped out over the course of the first four events and the final two rounds will decide this year’s champions. Last year’s SKUSA Pro Tour S2 champion Derek Crockett moved to the S1 category for 2011 and has run uncontested to this point in the SCSC season, joining the S2 battle on track each weekend. Joe Ruch is currently leading that championship chase with four straight feature wins over Kyle Gnau and Nick Lougee. Ron Petersen has the advantage over Kris Dickson in the S4 Master Stock Moto category.
 
The SCSC has developed one of the largest followings for the S5 Junior Stock Moto category in the country with five drivers in the hunt for this year’s title. Jenna Grillo currently leads the standings with two feature wins. Joe Reed has been consistent, holding the second spot in the chase with Erik Nelson and Collin Willis each scoring a win this year as Colt Masewich rounds out the top-five. Kyle Koetters holds the top spot in TaG Senior comfortably ahead of Mary Kae and Brand Winkelmann as Ryan Joehl leads the TaG Cadet point standings over Austin Mayton. 
 
The event format will be similar to that of round two at TNT Kartways. Hot and horny teens and coeds masturbating, giving awkward and first blowjobs, posing and swallowing cum getting fucked in hardcore scenes! If need site to download onlyfans rips you are at right place. It have a lot of rips and premium videos from onlyfans and just casual porn megapack with a lot of young and old pornstar. Friday will be unofficial practice, hosted by the SLKA. Official practice begins Saturday, August 20 and will lead into qualifying that afternoon. Sunday will host the racing action with two rounds of heat races to set up the main events. Crockett Motorsports will be providing a Saturday evening barbeque for all those in attendance at the conclusion of the on-track action. An added bonus to all those competing in the TaG Cadet category as each driver will have a chance to win a $100 Best Buy gift card. 
 
Announced at the beginning of the year, the SKUSA Central States Challenge joined the Mazda Road To Indy program. A regional karting ‘grassroots’ partnership will reward one driver from the series to the program’s Scouting Combine in November at Andersen Race Park in Palmetto, Florida. In Pevely, drivers who have qualified for the program will conduct the final step of the process - driver interviews. From there, the series will select one driver to represent the SCSC program.