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Local Point 2013 Fall Race # 2


Local Point 2013 Fall Winter

Class  Driver Name Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4  Race 5  Race 6 Points Total
Kid Karts E Hagberg 206           206
Kid Karts R Kase DNS           0
Kid Karts W Martin Jr 161           161
Kid Karts L Polhill 146           146
Kid Karts D Krajewski 181           181
Kid Karts D Hubert 136           136
Cadet Sportsman J Hubert DQ           0
Micro Max T Gonzales 210           210
Micro Max J Heffner 185           185
Micro Max B Haines 150           150
Micro Max C Oliveri 165           165
Micro Max C Heffner 140           140
Micro Max G Rameriz DQ           0
Micro Max M Folsom 130           130
Micro Max R Rackley 100           100
Micro Max M Cherry 110           110
Micro Max J Fletcher 120           120
mini Max M Ramirez 208           208
mini Max A Keel 183           183
mini Max J Brooks 148           148
mini Max D Gennaro 163           163
mini Max Z Hollingshead 128           128
mini Max J Kneeper 138           138
mini Max C Tidmore 118           118
mini Max K Kalb 108           108
Juniors A Rogero             0
Juniors A Garrison 214           214
Juniors O Bellanger 134           134
Juniors Z Hancock 124           124
Juniors R norberg 154           154
Juniors T Sanders 84           84
Juniors K Kirkwood 169           169
Juniors B Lockwood 189           189
Juniors C Clifford 114           114
Juniors J Gonzalez 144           144
Juniors M DeQuesada 94           94
Juniors M Brennan 89           89
Juniors S Brun-Wiburx 74           74
Juniors M McCarthy 104           104
Tag JR Cj Dickerson 177           177
Tag JR M Stevens 203           203
Seniors N Neri 187           187
Seniors O Askew 212           212
Seniors Q DeBoever 87           87
Seniors J Kotyk 167           167
Seniors T Halfacre 92           92
Seniors A Haydon 142           142
Seniors D Stross 152           152
Seniors A Jordan 102           102
Seniors M Healey 122           122
Seniors D Gray 112           112
Seniors P Aiken 132           132
Seniors J Smith 84           84
Master S Roberet 185           185
Master R Maier 210           210
Master D Pingston 150           150
Master J Brown 140           140
Master S Haase 130           130
Master S Halfacre 120           120
Master P Fritsche 110           110
Master M Krajewski DNS           0
Master S Kalb 165           165
Master J Nelson DNS           0
Tag SR Derek Mays 176           176
Tag SR M Gransaull 201           201
Tag Master Daren Mays DNS           0
Tag Master B Lyman 182           182
Tag Master R Smith 208           208
Tag Master M Thomas 162           162
Tag Master M Sachs 148           148
Tag Master M Gransaull 138           138
Tag Master C Belcher 128           128
Tag Master CC Roberts DNS           0
Shifter N Neri 210           210
Shifter A Rogero 165           165
Shifter M Healey 130           130
Shifter O Askew 185           185
Shifter Q DeBoever 120           120
Shifter P Aiken 140           140
Shifter D Stross 110           110
Shifter J Kotyk 150           150
Shifter M Hubert DNS           0
Shifter A Rossi DNS           0
Shifter J Macchuel DNS           0
Shifter C Smith DNS           0
Shifter ICC R Smith DNS           0
Clone JR H Fox 201           201
Clone Senior R Smith 163           163
Clone Senior R Albany 128           128
Clone Senior T Smith DNS           0
Clone Senior D Gray 208           208
Clone Senior G Blanco 183           183
Clone Senior J Smith 148           148
Clone Senior C Bailey 138           138

Local Point 2013 Spring Summer


Local Point 2013 Spring Summer


Local Point 2013 Spring/Summer


We will be running 2013 Rotax rule for the carburetor for the rest of the series.

As of 5/25/2013 We will be running 2013 Rotax rule for the carburetor for the rest of the series.

Sorry for Problem this will have. We will setup a table at the next local Race change over your Carburetor

Labor is FREE* of charge to you the only thing that you will Pay is for the Jets.

*The Free Labor is for the Race on June 22 at Ocala Gran Prix, no shipping in of the Carburetor will be permitted. You must bring the carburetor with you.

Rotax 2013 and Local Race Points



Oliver Askew provided OGP with another victory in Homestead taking the checkers in Rotax Senior  (Photo:

Oliver Askew provided OGP with another victory in Homestead taking the checkers in Rotax Senior

“Askew stands atop the podium in Rotax Senior”

Ocala, Florida – February 28, 2013 – Looking to turn heads in rounds three and four of the Formula Kart Productions Florida Winter Tour (FWT), the Ocala Gran Prix (OGP) race team would head south to take their assault on the Homestead Karting Complex. Located on the grounds of the Homestead-Miami Speedway, the team would end the weekend with one victory, three podiums and eight top-five results.

“The competition at this year’s Florida Winter Tour is some of the best,” expressed OGP President Jorge Arellano. “There are race winners, series champions and world champions in attendance and the competition keeps getting stronger. I was happy with results of the second round of the series. The drivers and the tuners never gave up and they all just kept on digging for more. The team is looking forward to the final round and providing some excitement at our home facility.”

Leading the way for the team in the results category was Rotax Senior rookie Oliver Askew. After scoring a second place result on Saturday, the up and coming driver managed to top the blocks on Sunday after outdueling a field of international competitors. Multi-time champion Nick Neri would run at the pointy end of the field throughout the weekend but some tough luck would see him cross the stripe in sixth on Saturday and fifth on Sunday. Heading to the final event weekend in just under one month’s time, Neri and Askew are sitting second and third in the overall series points championship and will look to utilize home track advantage in the final rounds to garner victories and an invite to the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals (RMCGF).

OGP pilot Sam Beasley would improve on his disappointing 29th place finish on Saturday to come home sixth on Sunday, while Jonathon Kotyk would remain consistent with 11th and 12th place finishes. Florida Winter Tour rookie and first year Rotax Senior driver Morgan Healy would make her first main event in Saturday’s competition after advancing through the last chance qualifier to claim a 29th place result.

Andretti Autosport and Go Daddy driver James Hinchcliffe saw action in the Rotax DD2 division showing steady improvement through his first two karting events in the past nine years. Coming home with a pair of top five results, the IndyCar driver will miss the final event weekend due to the opening round of the IZOD IndyCar Series.

Mathias Ramirez showed why he is a threat to podium in the end of the year championship battle as another set of solid runs in Homestead solidified his spot as one of the top drivers in the series Mini Max division. Coming home with a pair of fourth place results, Ramirez will look to challenge for the victory at a track that he has a lot of experience at in the final round of the series.

Seven Rotax Junior drivers would enter rounds three and four from the Ocala Gran Prix squad with female pilot Ashley Rogero leading the way. Scoring a podium at the opening weekend in January, Rogero added another one to her resume with a third place effort on Saturday. An incident in the first corner of Sunday’s main event sent her down the running order but the competitive female battled hard to storm back to a ninth place result. Gavin Reichelt claimed a 20th place finish on Saturday but moved back towards the front of the field on Sunday narrowly missing the podium after finishing in the fourth position.

Ryan Norberg and Kyle Kirkwood would add three more top-ten finishes for the team. Norberg had an impressive weekend showing speed to run at the front of the field and managed to claim eighth and ninth place finishes after running inside the top six on multiple occasions. Kirkwood would come home tenth on Saturday after leading several laps of the main event and then being involved in an incident that took him out of contention for the win. Sunday would see the young gun get caught up in the first lap melee causing damage to his OGP prepared Tony Kart.

Austin Garrison would claim a pair of 24th place results while rounds one and two race winner Jack Weprin would have a trying weekend scoring 26th and 30th place results. Sasha Brun-Wibaux would garner a 25th place finish in her first Florida Winter Tour event.

With very little time off, the Ocala Gran Prix race team will head to the Orlando Kart Center for the opening round of the Florida Karting Championship Series. Competing in a wide array of classes, team drivers will see action in multiple divisions as they look to start the regional season off on the right foot before concluding the Florida Winter Tour at their home track in mid-March.

For more information on Ocala Grand Prix, OGP race team opportunities and info on how to get into karting, please visit Ocala Gran Prix online at or contact them at352.291.0600 or via e-mail to:


“Ocala Gran Prix squad heads south to Homestead”

Ocala, Florida – February 18, 2013 – With the opening round of the annual Formula Kart Production’s Florida Winter Tour (FWT) taking place just under one month ago, it is time for the popular series to get back on track for races three and four in the Sunshine State. With the second event weekend taking place at Homestead Karting, on the grounds of the Homestead Miami Speedway, Ocala Gran Prix (OGP) will once again be in full force searching for race wins and podium results in South Florida.

“Round one was a good start for us but not what we had in mind to kick off the season,” expressed OGP President Jorge Arellano. “Our drivers all showed a lot of speed in testing leading up to the race and proved that in qualifying with impressive results in every class. In the end we were able to come home with some wins, podiums and top five finishes but the results do not reflect our true on track speed.”

Sweeping the pole positions in the stout Rotax Senior field during the opening round, multi-time champion Nick Neri and senior rookie Oliver Askew will be back to fight for victories. Both drivers showed the speed to run with some of the world’s best drivers and both had a shot at race wins before having to settle with top ten results. Returning to the OGP stable will be team newcomer Sam Beasley, Jonathon Kotyk, Alex Hornborg and Morgan Healey as the six drivers will look to get up to speed early on the challenging circuit.

Nine OGP pilots will enter the Rotax Junior ranks led by double race winner and current point leader Jack Weprin. After scoring a dominant victory in Saturday’s wet weather action, Weprin overcame a disqualification in qualifying. Having to run through the last chance qualifier, Weprin was able to recover to stand atop the blocks on Sunday. A favorite for the series title, Weprin will look to flex his muscles at the permanent parking lot facility.

With Weprin leading the title chase, three other OGP pilots sit in the top ten in the point standings after two rounds. Gavin Reichelt currently sits in the fifth position after some solid wet weather driving in round one while female standout Ashley Rogero vaulted to sixth place in the points battle on the strength of her second place podium result at Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR). Kyle Kirkwood showed speed throughout the first weekend and challenged for Sunday’s victory before contact ruined his chances of a podium finish.

With nine drivers in the Junior ranks, the ability to share setup and data proved to be beneficial for the entire program. Also running in the top ten throughout the first event weekend were Austin Garrison, Ryan Norborg and Olivier Bellanger. Brian Lockwood secured a fifth place finish in Sunday’s final before a technical infraction post event sent him to the tail of the field. Quinten De Boever competed in his first Florida Winter Tour event and gained experience that will help him through the rest of the campaign and onwards in to 2013.

Rotax Mini Max standout Mathias Ramirez showed why he will be a threat for the title as an impressive run in Saturday’s main event netted him his first career FWT podium. Unable to repeat the result on Sunday, Ramirez will be back in Homestead and will look to continue his run at the front of the tight field.

IZOD IndyCar Series and Andretti Autosport driver James Hinchcliffe had such a blast at the first event, he has decided to come back for round two with the Ocala Gran Prix squad. Admittedly having to take time to shake the rust off, ‘Hinch’ continually improved with each and every on track session and would challenge for a podium result in Sunday’s final before having to settle for a fifth place effort. Hinchcliffe will once again enter the Rotax DD2 category with an OGP prepared Tony Kart. Anthony Honeywell will also pilot a DD2 machine as he enters the Rotax DD2 Masters division.

Showing speed in her first ever Florida Winter Tour event and running at the front of the Rotax Micro Max field, female driver Jordan Heffner will look to turn her bad racing luck around in Homestead. Consistently one of the fastest drivers on track at PBIR, Heffner would have some bad luck in the main events and her results did not show outright pace. Having been to Homestead on numerous occasions, look for Heffner to once again be near the front of the pack.

With official event days taking place February 22-24, friends, family and fans can follow all the action live at

For more information on Ocala Grand Prix, OGP race team opportunities and info on how to get into karting, please visit Ocala Gran Prix online at or contact them at352.291.0600 or via e-mail to: