Thursday Practice Added to Rotax Summer Shootout at Miller Motorsports Park
VP MS93 fuel mandated for event
The Rotax Summer Shootout, originally scheduled for June 27-29 at Miller Motorsports Park, will be extended by one day to provide additional practice times for competitors.
The event was initially planned for three days, as a warm-up for seven Rotax classes in advance of the Rotax MAX Challenge United States Grand Nationals on July 19-20, but feedback from participants requesting more practice time prompted the addition of an extra day on Thursday, June 26.
"We have really enjoyed our outstanding relationship with the MAXSpeed Group, which organizes the Rotax MAX Challenge United States Grand Nationals," said Justin Bloxham, (Title), "and we want to do everything we can to help racers prepare for this year's Grand Nationals. Our racers have told us they would appreciate an additional day of practice for the Rotax Summer Shootout, and we are happy to oblige."
In other news related to the Rotax Summer Shootout, VP S93 fuel has been mandated for the event, to match the Grand Nationals requirements.
All pertinent information and forms related to the Rotax Summer Shootout, including schedules, regulations, registration and contact info, pricing and fees as well as prizes and awards, can be found online at http://bit.ly/1pz9oGr.
For more information about the Rotax Summer Shootout or Miller Motorsports Park, call 435-277-RACE (7223) or visit the track's website at www.MillerMotorsportsPark.com. For additional information on the Rotax MAX Challenge United States Grand Nationals, visit https://gorotax.com/max-challenge/us-rotax-max-grand-nationals.html.
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