Sunday, August 2, 2015

SKUSA Summernationals

2015 SKUSA Summernationals took place at New Castle Motorsports Park. This event drew entries from across the country and proved to be one of the largest SKUSA ProTour events to date. The competition was fierce in every class.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Saturday, April 25, 2015


The new BirelART karts are ready to hit the track! Honda and Maxter provides the power for this season, and Grattan Raceway will be the first stop on the 2015 race schedule.

Saturday, April 4, 2015


New equipment is assembled, fine tuned, and ready for our first test day of the season. I'm ready to get some test laps logged on the new BirelART!

Monday, March 30, 2015


Season preparations are under way as assembly of the new BirelART chassis continue.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Birel CYR32 chassis for sale

(2) Birel Shifter chassis available for sale.....

Chassis Specifications:

  • - Front Width: 715mm
  • - Rear Width: 645mm
  • - Overall Length: 1600mm
  • - Wheelbase: 1045mm


  • - 32mm chassis construction
  • - 50mm Freeline axle (40mm optional)
  • - Adjustable front & rear ride-height
  • - Freeline eccentric castor/camber adjusters
  • - Freeline DF-Series Mag wheels
  • - 10-Liter fuel tank
  • - 320mm "Motorsport" steering wheel
  • - Freeline CIK09-14 bodywork
  • - Freeline aluminum motor mount
  • - Freeline exhaust pipe mounts
  • - Freeline Hi-Tech heel-stop

Torsion Bar:

  • - Removable front torsion bar


  • -(F) 75mm Freeline Hi-Tech
  • -(R) 50x75 Freeline Hi-Tech


  • - Freeline "self-adjusting" hydraulic brake calipers w/ duel reservoir master cylinders
  • - Floating rear drilled & vented brake rotor
  • - Drilled & vented front brake rotors

Straight chassis, never wrecked, bent or crashed. 

Chassis are very tunable and respond very well to minor tuning changes. Great shifter chassis, or for 125cc tag engine for road racing with front brakes.

National level race winning chassis. Professionally assembled. Hard to find 32mm tube chassis. Save thousands over the cost of new!

Thursday, September 4, 2014


This year marked the 20th anniversary for the Rock Island Grand Prix. One of the largest karting street races in North America. The ROCK is an extremely demanding circuit, combining all of the common challenges encountered in a normal street circuit. Brick cross walks, pot holes, asphalt to concrete transitions, manhole covers, and limited vision around the corners. All of this while reaching speeds in excess of 80mph, and cornering speeds near 50mph! Needless to say, the racers get a little banged up and bruised from the abuse of the streets at these speeds.

Challenging as it is...this still proves to be a great race that drivers from all over the country enlist to compete in every year. This event attracts the sports best drivers, every year.

My weekend proved to be challenging with a new Birel chassis and the Maxter MXS engine. We had the engined tuned perfectly, but I struggled with the chassis set-up which left me slightly off pace with my lap times. I battled the best I could and finished the weekend with a 3rd place finish in the 20 lap race.