The dynamics of karting at a club level are unique when compared to other higher competitive levels. This past weekend, Blue Max Kart Club had their first of two races for Cash and Prizes to wrap up the 2017 season.
One of the club supporters, KPX, a well organized group of Briggs LO206 racers wanted to help the local karter while promoting their next event at the Sonoma Kart track.
David Bixler wanted the entry to go to the hardest charger out of the 4 Briggs LO206 classes. Tim Brunyansky was awarded the initial entry for his drive in the Masters LO206 class. After contacting Tim, he said to give it to the Kemp Racing crew, because they are always there to help him.
This is just another reminder of the grassroots racers and their love for a sport at a club level. KPX donated an entry that was then redistributed to a group of racers that is always ready to lend a helping hand.
Thank you Tim, KPX, and Blue Max
Driver Photo Credits – Robb Foulk