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The championship contenders in the first ever A-Maxx Racing WKA eSports Series Presented by Summit Racing Equipment will come to the forefront as the series heads north to the virtual Road America for the third of five events. Taking place from the small hamlet of Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin tonight at 8:00pm, competitors will once again be back behind the wheel of their Skip Barber Formula 1600 race cars as they fight for podium prizes, championship points and some bragging rights as the A-Maxx Racing WKA eSports Series reaches the halfway mark.

Nick Snell will lead more than fifty drivers into Road America as he finds himself atop the championship point standings by a single marker over Byron Daley. With the top three separated by only two points, Jacob Drew is two markers in arears of Snell as the trio have proven to be the three to beat so far. Michael Mersberger finds himself in fourth only nine points back but two ahead of Connor Zilisch in fifth.

“Our first event went well but we had some slight hiccups that we overcame and fixed for the second event,” explained WKA President Kevin Williams. “With the demand increasing, we changed the format to allow for more drivers and increased competition. We have a few open slots remining for rounds three, four and five, so we invite you to come and join the fun.”

The A-Maxx Racing WKA eSports Series Presented by Summit Racing Equipment will conclude on May 25th as the series aims to get back on track shortly after that for the WKA Manufacturers Cup, the WKA Vega Road Racing Series and the WKA Maxxis Speedway Dirt Series.

Event Fast Facts:
What: A-Maxx Racing WKA eSports Racing Series Presented by Summit Racing Equipment
When: Tonight – Broadcast Start: 8:00pm EDT
Where: Road America
Watch: Live Stream by iRacing Official Broadcast Company Apex Racing TV
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Prizes: 1st – Motul Oil, 2nd – 219 or 35 Chain, 3rd – Spark Plugs
Pole Position and Race Winner will each receive $25.00 Cash from Louie’s P&R
Each Podium Winner from each race weekend will receive a $25.00 Gift Certificate from Summit Racing Equipment

Remainder of 2020 Schedule
May 18 – Race 4 – Sebring International Raceway
May 25 – Race 5 – Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Weekly Prizes provided by A-Maxx Racing and Fast Kart Supply, and Louie’s P&R Italian Market and Deli

Series Champion Prizes:
Champion – Arrive and Drive Package for Daytona Kartweek 2020 (chassis and support, no motor), provided by A-Maxx Racing and Intrepid USA, plus an entry for the event, provided by WKA and $50 cash.
Vice Champion – 2020 WKA Daytona Kartweek Entry, provided by WKA and $30 cash.
Third – One-set of Bridgestone Tires provided by Grand Products and $20 cash.
Cash prizes provided by the Bennett Family

For more information on the World Karting Association, please contact WKA at or

About World Karting Association: The World Karting Association has been a non-profit, Membership Organization since 1971, and has provided venues for members to enjoy all aspects of Karting in the USA, from its office in Concord, NC, including the famous Daytona Kartweek and annual Charlotte Motor Speedway Karting Challenge. Providing Regulations, Instruction and Certifications, Racing Series, Insurance, and Venues for fair and safe Karting on all levels, WKA has a place for everyone in Karting. For more information, contact WKA at or

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