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Nash Motorsportz driver and senior rookie Steven Miller, piloting an OTK EOS with P1 Engines power, won big money at the Norberg Pro Kart Invitational. Winning the Semi-Pro final and both Pro Group finals, Miller finished on the second step of the podium for Pro Group final three and earned $9,000 cash in total along with free entries to the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Pro Tour.

With the Friday Semi-Pro win and prize already collected, Miller was poised to be a top contender for the Saturday Pro races. In a unique format, Saturday’s qualifying was for the start position in the prefinal which would set the start position of the first Final Elimination ten-lap race for $2,500 to win and eliminate the last seven drivers.

In the Prefinal, Miller’s chain broke, and he failed to finish, so he had to start the first final race from 25th on the grid out of the 35-driver field. Highly focused, Miller raced his way to second in the ten-lap race but won the $2,500 winning purse when the on-track race winner received a five-position penalty handing Miller the win and pole position for the second Final Elimination race. Starting from the pole position, Miller took the lead and easily won the second race collecting another $2,500.

For the start of final three, Miller was once again in the pole position just ahead of SodiKart USA teammates Harley Keeble in third and Dalton Hanes in the second position. Miller’s tires were set to come in later, and following Keeble and Hanes, Hanes slowed and blocked Miller giving teammate Keeble a big lead and bringing Ramos into the party battling both Miller and Hanes. The checkered flag saw Keeble earn the win ahead of Diego Ramos, Hanes, and Miller however, a pair of drivers were disqualified in post-race technical inspection elevating Miller to the second step of the podium where he collected another $3,000 cash.

“Though I always race my hardest to win, second place in the last race is still a great result,” explained Miller. “I was aiming to go four-for-four but that is racing. I am proud that at the age of 14 and driving senior for only two months, I was able to race, and beat all the top drivers from around the world.”

Miller added, “The Norberg Invitational allowed me to race both shifter and TAG Pros in a single TAG class and prove to be a senior contender for the top step of the podium.”

A big thank you to Racing Force USA, a new partner in the Steve Miller Racing program.

Miller’s next event is this coming weekend at the Orlando Kart Center as he kicks off the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour.

For more information on Steven Miller, please contact RTD Media & Management at 317.270.8723 or via email to or visit

Photo: Steven Miller Racing

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