2023 SIK Junior Racing League
2023 Junior League Schedule
Registration starts at 8:00 am.
Racing begins promptly at 8:30 am.
No late registrations after the start of racing.
A minimum of 3 participants is required to run each event.
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Are you an aspiring race car driver looking to follow in the footsteps of some of the greats? Many of the world's best drivers got their start in kart racing, and now it's your turn!
Imagine tearing around the track in a high-powered kart, competing against your friends, and feeling the rush of the race. This is exactly what karting is all about. And who knows, with hard work and dedication, you could become the next Josef Newgarden or Sarah Fisher, both of whom got their start in karting.
In our karting events, you'll have the opportunity to practice, qualify, and compete in thrilling races just like the pros. You'll be able to test your skills and see how you stack up against the competition. And with points being awarded for finishing position, you'll have the chance to work your way up the leaderboard and become the champion.
So come join us on the track and see where your racing dreams can take you. Who knows, you could be the next big thing in the world of motorsports!
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Class | Ages:
Jr 1: 8 - 10 Years Old SOLD OUT
Jr 2: 11 - 13 Years Old SOLD OUT
Max of 10 Racers Per Class
Free Membership (a $10.00 value)
1 Practice Session (5 Minutes) Per Event
1 Qualifying Session (5 Minutes) Per Event
Finals (12 - 32 Laps) Per Event
Prizes and awards at the end of the season
This Pass includes all six races ($425 Value)
Single Race Pass
8 - 10 Years Old
Racing Format | Points
There will be one practice round consisting of 5 minutes.
There will be one qualifying round consisting of 5 minutes. Your single fastest lap time
from the qualifier will determine your position at the start of the final race.
The final race will consist of a 20-lap race for position
A-Main: 20 - 15 laps (Qualifiers 1 - 4 will lock in)
B-Main: 12 - 10 laps (Qualifiers 5 - 10 will lock-in, top 2 transfer)
Points are based on the total number of racers that compete in the final heat.
For 10 Racers:
1st - 10 Points
2nd - 9 Points
3rd - 8 Points
4th - 7 Points
5th - 6 Points
6th - 5 Points
7th - 4 Points
8th - 3 Points
9th - 2 Points
10th - 1 Points
If there are only 7 racers, first place would only get 7 points and so on.
Each participant gets 1 race drop
In Layman's Terms:
Alright, so let's say you and some of your friends want to have a go-kart race. Before the actual race, there will be a practice round where you can test out your car and get a feel for the track for 5 minutes. Then, there will be a qualifying round where you'll each have 5 minutes to drive your car as fast as you can, and your fastest lap time will be recorded. This time will determine your starting position in the final race.
The final race will be 20 - 15 laps long, which means you'll have to complete 20 - 15 laps around the track. The starting positions will be based on your qualifying times, with the fastest qualifiers starting closer to the front of the pack.
At the end of the race, points will be awarded based on your finishing position. The person who comes in first place will get the most points, and each subsequent position will get one fewer point. For example, if there are 15 racers, the first-place finisher will get 15 points, second place will get 14 points, and so on. If you had the fastest qualifying time, you’d also get a bonus point as a prize for going fast.
At the end of the season, the person with the most points will be the overall winner. If two people have the same number of points, the person with the most podium finishes (meaning they came in first, second, or third place in a race) will be declared the winner. If you can't make it to some of the races, you can "drop" one of them, which means it won't count toward your total points.
There will be no switching of karts at any time during practice or qualifying sessions unless there is a mechanical failure or accident which causes damage to the kart.
There will be no switching of karts during a final race unless there is a severe mechanical failure.
Choose SIK for your next event.
No Wait Times
Booking an event ensures track time is reserved just for you and your guests.
Private Track Time
An event is the only way to guarantee track time and your races are not shared with general public guests.
Get access to special race formats not available to the general public, in addition to having all of your equipment included.
Multi-configuration rooms can accommodate groups of all sizes with full A/V capabilities included.
Our in-house menu from Brozinni Pizzeria offers New York Style Pizza and Italian-Style Eats.
Looking for an entertainment Destination for the whole family?
With the addition of four mini bowling lanes, SIK is now the go-to destination for family fun!
No need to change shoes or rent equipment. At just $5 per person, per game, this duck-pin style bowling is a no-brainer for something to do! Stop by the SIK front desk to choose your bowling balls and choose your game!
Golf and Multi-Sport
Racing has and always will be our No. 1, but we are diversifying ourselves to better help serve our guests.
Not feeling the need for speed?
Wanting to try something different?
Love racing, but on a wait and need to kill some time?
Try the new Speedway Indoor Karting Multi-Sport and Golf Simulator by Full Swing located upstairs near Mini Bowling!