Class caps announced for the Grand Nationals

Due to the overwhelming number of entries with two weeks still to go, the decision has been made to implement class caps for the first time in CKNA history at this years Grand Nationals.

As much as we have tried to avoid it all these years, we feel the best thing to do at this point is to enforce a cap on entries in each class to ensure that the racers attending Grand Nationals 7 get the best experience possible. That is our top priority!  Here are the details:

GN7 Class Caps:

  • Classes will be capped at 58 entries (48 for Sportsman and Cadet)
  • The first 4 classes to exceed the cap will be expanded and run the A/B/C/D format, and have their caps increased to 106 entries (96 for Sportsman and Cadet)
  • Any drivers attempting to register after a class has hit its cap will be placed on a wait list via RaceSelect. In the event of any cancellations or changes, these drivers will be contacted and added to the lineup.
  • Updated: We’ve juggled things around, and are confident we can allow 4 classes to the higher cap number!

*CKNA reserves the right to amend these cap levels as the event approaches and the size of each individual class becomes more clear.

This is a great problem to have! The Grand Nationals has become one of the premier karting events in the world, and we have all of our loyal racers to thank for that. This year more than ever, even making the feature will be a major accomplishment for many racers.

If you want to participate in the biggest 4-cycle sprint karting race IN THE WORLD, you better register today!

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