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Fresh off a Vice-Championship performance in the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS), Canadian Ayden Ingratta is primed and focus on his next task, ROK Vegas. Set to compete on the temporary circuit adjacent to Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ingratta will pilot a Speed Concepts Racing Redspeed by OTK chassis in both ROK Junior and VLR Junior with prestigious race wins on the line.

“We are not racing for a championship or counting points,” explained Ingratta. “It is a win or nothing type of event and that is what I love. This will be the fourth opportunity I have had to race ROK Vegas with the SCR program, and I’m definitely looking at improving on my fifth-place finish in ROK Junior from last year. Last year’s 100cc Junior final didn’t go as planned so we’ve made some changes in the hopes of a stronger result in that class. I really enjoy the temp circuits as it rewards my driving style, so I am excited for the weekend.”

A multi-time winner in 2021 in several different classes, Ingratta will double down on his chances in Las Vegas in two separate divisions. With the junior ranks providing some of the toughest competition in North American karting, Ingratta will begin his quest for Las Vegas glory on Wednesday when practice starts in the hopes of earning both the ROK Junior and VLR Junior ROK Vegas Champion title.

Ingratta added, “I have had a great season with multiple wins both in Canada and the USA, but I have three major races left in 2021 and hopefully three major wins.”

Ingratta will hit the track on Wednesday for practice before additional practice and qualifying takes place on Thursday. Wheel-to-wheel action will commence on Friday and run through Saturday with ROK Vegas champions being crowned on Sunday after the main events. Stay tuned to the Ayden Ingratta Motorsports social media pages for news, information, photos, and results from the event weekend.

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Photos: Canadian Karting News

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