Well I just learned that there is a SC Maxxis series in the works. The final details are still being put into place as I understand, but it looks like the races will be at Hanging Rock Kartway in Kershaw, SC, Moree's 95/38 Kartway in Sellers,SC and Iron City Kartway in Blacksburg, SC.

We are really looking forward to the formal announcement and can't wait to compete in the series.
Today we visited the AKRA Kart show at the Metrolina Fairgrounds in Charlotte, NC.  There were lots of interesting racing items and people willing to tell you all about their products.  Scott, from Chaindraggone loves to explain his products and I'm proud to say that I am a user of the Chaindraggone system.  SMC clutches is another company that really took the time to explain their clutches and the benefits of using one.  They have a very talented Thomas Fehring at the helm and Michelle Imbus did a great job demonstrating the new clutch.  Dixie Karting had some great deals on tires, so we bought some to get ready for the upcoming Maxxis Mid-Atlantic Series.  We are very happy to say that we now have SchuPower engines and we're ready to race!   I wish that I could remember all of the companies that were there and could give them all props for the inventions and engineering expertise that goes into some of their offerings, but I can't;  so if you're one of those companies, Thank You.
The first Tristate Series race was this this weekend at Moree's 95/38 Paradise Speedway. The race brought in nearly 1000 entries and thousands of cheering spectators. The action was hot and the weather was cold. Daniel Armstrong would steal the show in the 100 lap main event taking home a cool $20,013 for his victory.

NASCAR legends Jimmy Hensley and Tommy Houston were in attendance as their young grandsons tool to the track.