G7 Motorsports SuperNationals XIV preview
G7 MOTORSPORTS READY FOR SKUSA SUPERNATIONALS XIV Multi time national and regional champion heading to ultimate event of the 2010 racing season looking to close out a stellar season Brookville, New York - The G7 Motorsports Team is packed and ...
G7 MOTORSPORTS READY FOR SKUSA SUPERNATIONALS XIV
Multi time national and regional champion heading to ultimate event of the 2010 racing season looking to close out a stellar season
Brookville, New York - The G7 Motorsports Team is packed and ready to head to Sin City as they take team driver Anthony Gangi Jr. to his first SKUSA Super Nationals in the Las Vegas. Held each year at the spectacular Rio Hotel and Casino, the SuperNats is the biggest event in karting and offers loads of racing action to end the season. G7 Motorsports team driver Anthony Gangi Jr. looks to wrap up a stellar championship season that includes four major titles. The year began with the 2010 Florida Winter Tour Micro Max Championship and was followed by the United States Rotax Grand Nationals title in Micro Max. Back in the New England area, the year wrapped up with the Rotax Northeast Regional RMax Series Micro Max Championship and the 2010 New York State Rotax Micro Max Championship. This stellar performance should put Gangi Jr. back on top of the 2010 Rotax Micro Max National point standings.
"We are really excited about heading to the SuperNats in Vegas," comments G7 Motorsports team owner Anthony Gangi Sr. "It's the biggest kart race and will be the last one for us before we head to Daytona at Christmas."
The team will look to cap off the championship season that started in January in Orlando, Florida and will end next weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. The PSL Karting CRG driver will pilot his Chris Perez tuned CRG Big Al cadet chassis that has brought them so much success in 2010. G7 Motorsports will run under the Mike Doty Racing tent in Las Vegas as they prepare to work together at all the 2011 WKA events. MDR and G7 have created a technical partnership for the Mini Rok program and the two have been testing together since September. This will be Gangi Jr's first visit to annual event and running in the Vortex Mini Rok class will give the young driver a chance to experience the big race.
"I can't wait to get to Vegas for my first SuperNats," smiles Anthony Jr. "This year has been great and I can't wait to be part of this amazing event. I can't thank everyone enough for all their hard work."
The SuperNats will be followed by the start of the 2011 kart season beginning with WKA Daytona Kart Week, where Anthony Jr. will be running in the Yamaha and Comer classes.
-source: g7 motorsports