Gila Monster Go Karts Racing

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On Sunday April 13, 2014 was the opening day of the Gila Monster Go Kart season. We had 6 racers in the 12-18 age group, 8 racers in the 6-11 group and we had 2 brand new drivers in the beginner’s class. The winners in the main events were Austin Collings in the 12-18 group, Eric Kelly in the 6-11 group and in the beginner’s class was Nicholas Courtney. Our next race is April 27, 2014 at 2 p.m. Come out and enjoy an afternoon of family fun. If anyone is interested in joining our racers come on out and get your car on the track.

Racing is open to all children from 6 to 18. If you have any questions please call Andy Hetrick (928)961-0239.

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