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It was a dominating performance by Nick Snell last week at the opening round of the A-Maxx Racing WKA eSports Series Presented by Summit Racing Equipment as race two is set to go green tonight. Ready to attack the Daytona International Speedway this evening, series officials have made positive changes to accommodate the overwhelming demand as more than fifty entrants will take on the virtual Florida facility.

“Round one was a success, but we have made some changes to increase participation and only have a few spots left open,” explained Kevin Williams. “We reached our maximum driver capacity in just a few days after opening registration for round one, and with that we have altered the format and will have a direct transfer to the main event for top qualifiers and then a pair of heat races to round out the grid. Additionally, drivers that are seen in round two will be with us for the remainder of our online sim efforts as they fight for huge championship prizes.”

With Nick Snell taking the victory during the opening round, Byron Daley and Austin Olds rounded out the top-three and virtually celebrated on the podium post event. Looking for more in round two, the second and third place finishers will look to challenge the pace of Snell. James Overbeck and Hunter Fox rounded out the top-five on night one with Will Salisbury, Nikita Poneris, Connor Zilisch, Brian Julien and Cameron Christ all finding their way to the top-ten when the final checkered flag had flown.

Event Fast Facts:
What: A-Maxx Racing WKA eSports Racing Series Presented by Summit Racing Equipment
When: Tonight – Broadcast Start: 8:00pm EDT
Where: Daytona International Speedway
Watch: Live Stream by iRacing Official Broadcast Company Apex Racing TV
– YouTube –
– Twitch –
– WKA Facebook Page
Prizes: 1st – Brake Clean, 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 11 – Race 3 – Road America
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

Races will be officiated and broadcasted on both the WKA Facebook page and via iRacing as well as WKA’s newest social media platform, Twitch –

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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