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PROKART ADDS MORE CLASSES FOR 2019

 

ProKart extends an invitation to all Rotax and Vortex ROK DVS drivers, with a minimum of a Tier 2 licence, to come and18MoleculeProKartRnd2KZ2MastersKZ4startJaredMacKenzie73leadslr-1 (002).jpg enjoy NZ’s number one CIK format series.

Competing over 6 rounds throughout 2019 at the country's top facilities ProKart will offer competitors of Rotax Max Junior, Vortex ROK DVS Junior, Rotax Max Light, Rotax Max Heavy, Vortex ROK DVS Senior and Rotax DD2 the opportunity to come and experience the challenge of a Series where all 30 races, over all rounds, count.

Only at the end is a true champion crowned.

Racing alongside the country's top KZ2 athletes will only help enhance the performance as the tracks rubber up over the race weekend.

So, whether you are among the countries elite karters or have just acquired your Tier 2 licence Rating, ProKart presents an opportunity for you to hone your skills to the very highest level.

Round Dates and Venues are now secured and locked into the KartSport New Zealand event calendar for your planning and can be view at -  http://www.kartsport.org.nz/events/2019-events-calendar-all-events

Dunlop dry and wet tyres will be used for all these Junior and Senior classes except for Rotax DD2 which will run on its Mojo contract tyres.

Series Supplementary Rules and the Entry Form will be published in early November, so stay tuned or if you wish, email Alan at ProKart to be added to the series database (sofiak@xtra.co.nz)

Known as the hardest Series to conquer, the team at ProKart challenge you all to come and give it a go.

http://www.prokart.co.nz/

Caption: ProKart mixed KZ2 Masters and KZ4 classes at KartSport Tokoroa. Credit G Hughes

 

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