Showing posts with label Humboldt Outlaw Karts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Humboldt Outlaw Karts. Show all posts

Monday, September 30, 2019

Combest Wins By Inches, Dothage Sweeps 250 And 500 Features

Grant Proctor narrowly won the championship for the Williamson Financial Group box stocks

Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (September 29, 2019) – The inaugural season of championship racing for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts came to its conclusion this past Saturday afternoon at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds. There was plenty of excitement on the 1/8-mile dirt oval as championships in all six divisions were decided. The racing action was presented in honor and memory of the late Howard Ford who passed away in August.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Championship Season Concludes Saturday For Humboldt Outlaw Karts


Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (September 25, 2019) – The inaugural season of championship racing for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts will come to a head Saturday as champions will be officially crowned in all seven divisions. This weekend’s event will be presented in honor and in memory of Northern California late model star Howard Ford who passed away recently. Following the races, championship winners and all participants will be celebrated with a family awards barbecue.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Proctor Scores Important Box Stock Feature Win

#12 Grant Proctor winner of the Williamson Financial Group box stock feature event

Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (August 18, 2019) – Only two points races remained for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts going into Saturday’s race. Action was aplenty on the 1/8-mile dirt bullring at Redwood Acres with championship competitors doing all they could to score points and those not in the running hoping of taking wins. Dustin Walters Trucking and Fortuna Wheel & Brake presented the all of the fun.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Proctor, Combest Tied Going Into Saturday’s Humboldt Outlaw Kart Event

#12 Grant Proctor and #21 Dylan Combest are tied at the top of the standings for the Williamson Financial Group box stocks.
Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (August 14, 2019) – The penultimate race of the 2019 championship season for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts is set for this Saturday August 17. With only two points-paying races left on the schedule for this season, every position in every race is going to play a factor as to who wins and who loses track championships in each division. Dustin Walters Trucking and Fortuna Wheel & Brake will be presenting Saturday’s races which promises to feature can’t-miss racing action.

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Combest Holds Off Proctor While Dothage Survives Wild 250 Feature

#21 Dylan Combest was victorious in the Williamson Financial Group box stock feature event

Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (August 4, 2019) – Race four of the 2019 season for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts took place this past Saturday. John’s Used Cars & Wreckers was the presenting sponsor of the afternoon’s action and there proved to be no shortage of it on the day.

Monday, July 29, 2019

2019 Season Winding Down For Humboldt Outlaw Karts

#7DJ Dryver Dothage leads the standings for the Nor Cal Automotive 500 outlaw karts

Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (July 29, 2019) – Things are rapidly coming to a close for racers in all divisions for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts. While four races remain on the schedule, three of them are points-paying events including the event this Saturday August 3. John’s Used Cars & Wreckers will present the action and championships in all divisions could very well be decided by the time the final checkered flag falls.

Friday, July 26, 2019

Uselton Plans To Overcome Adversity As 2019 Season Nears End


Via MKRacin29 Media

Eureka, CA (July 25, 2019) – 2019 has been a season of major change for young MKinzy Uselton. The Eureka native came into the year with a new confidence after participating in the Lakeport Indoor Outlaw Kart circuit through the winter months. That experience has helped carry her to perhaps her most successful season behind the wheel in her Legend car at Redwood Acres Raceway and her 250cc outlaw kart with the Humboldt Outlaw Karts.

Monday, June 24, 2019

Green Beats Dothage On Last Lap Restart

#26 Landen Green made a last lap pass to win the feature even for the Wes Green Landscaping 250 outlaw karts.

Eureka, CA (June 23, 2019) – The highly anticipated Redwood Acres Best Of Humboldt fair event took place Sunday for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts. Dave’s Auto Electric and Crawford Construction Specialty presented the afternoon event which saw great race and some spectacular finishes as well.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Biggest Race Of The Season For The Humboldt Outlaw Karts Sunday

The Miclette Family Racing pure stocks will be in action this Sunday

Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (June 17, 2019) – For the second straight season, the Humboldt Outlaw Karts will be competing during the Redwood Acres Fair. Dave’s Auto Electric and Crawford Construction Specialties will be presenting the big event which will have a bit more prestige this season as it will be the first year the karts will be racing on the purpose-built 1/10-mile dirt Bullring. The outlaws will be a feature attraction on the final day of this year’s fair and will likely attract fans who have yet to experience the thrills provided by all of the divisions for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Proctor Bests Combest For Second Box Stock Feature Win

Pure stocks in action during their heat race

Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (June 3, 2019) – After rain washed out the scheduled event on May 18, racing for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts returned this past Saturday for the second event of the 2019 season. As always, racing in all six divisions proved to be both exciting and intense. Humboldt County 1st District Supervisor, Rex Bohn presented the events on what was a beautiful day at the 1/8-mile dirt Redwood Acres Bullring.

Monday, May 27, 2019

Humboldt Outlaw Kart Racers Hoping Mother Nature Smiles On Them This Saturday


Via HOK Media

Eureka, CA (May 27, 2019) – It’s been a longer than anticipated time away from the track for Humboldt Outlaw Kart drivers on the north coast but that is set to hopefully end this Saturday should the weather cooperate. Rain washed out the event that was previously scheduled for May 18. Thankfully, the forecast for the races at the Redwood Acres Bullring is scheduled to be clear and in the 60-degree range which should make for a fantastic day of action.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Wet Forecast Cancels Saturday’s Humboldt Outlaw Kart Event



Eureka, CA (May 14, 2019) – The scheduled Humboldt Outlaw Kart races that were scheduled for this Saturday May 18 have been cancelled. A wet forecast through the rest of the week including the high probability of rain on Saturday and the likelihood of racers from out of the area attending forced HOK officials to make the unfortunate decision earlier in the week than usual.

The race was scheduled to be the second event of the season for the outlaw karts at the 1/8-mile Redwood Acres Fairground Bullring dirt track. The season opener was held earlier in the month on May 4. The 2019 season is the first that a season long points champion will be crowned in each division and the unfortunate loss of the race scheduled on Saturday cuts the number of points paying events down to five.

Aaliyah Mitchell leads the standings in the Champagne Attorney Service beginner box stock class over Adam Myer, Colin Wolfe and Raylan Ross. The Williamson Financial Group box stocks featured some high speed and ultra-competitive racing in the season opener. Grant Proctor leads Dylan Combest by four points with Janice Walters, Corbin Green and Jack Myer completing the top five.

Nick Ford is a seasoned veteran on the 3/8-paved oval and he will likely be the driver to beat every week in the Fortuna Wheel & Brake fart karts. Jeffrey Smith is only two points behind him though. The Miclette Family Motorsports pure stocks should have a very interesting points battle. Leonard Ward leads Chris Lawrence while Pete Miclette, Jordan Miclette and Michael Lawrence hold down the top five in the standings.

Dryver Dothage is not only a rising star in the Wes Green Landscaping 250cc division for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts, he is also one of the rising stars in the Northern California racing scene period. Dothage holds the advantage in the 250s over four young female racers, MKinzy Uselton, Maleesa Miles, Sonya Osborne and Lily Williamson. Tony Miles has a one point advantage over Dax Williamson in the Nor Cal Automotive 500cc outlaws.

The next race for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts is on Saturday, June 1. For more information including the full 2019 season schedule and up to date results and point standing information visit www.HumboldtOutlawKarts.com or go to Facebook #/HumboldtOutlawKarts/

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Dothage, Proctor Among Humboldt Outlaw Karts Opening Day Winners

250cc winner, Dryver Dothage

Eureka, CA (May 7, 2019) – Champagne Attorney Service presented the opening event Saturday afternoon for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts. As has been the case since the karts moved to the 1/8-mile dirt bullring, the on-track action was both intense and entertaining.

The newest division for the HOK is the stock lawn mowers. An exhibition race took place to give fans an idea of what to expect as the class develops in the coming season.

The day belonged to Aaliyah Mitchell in the Champagne Attorney Service beginner box stocks. She dominated both the heat race and feature events, taking the main event win by three laps. While the rest of her competition was comprised of first-time rookie drivers, Mitchell’s victory was no less impressive. Following Mitchell in the finish of the main event were Adam Myer, Colin Wolfe and Raylan Ross.

It was a fantastic field for the Williamson Financial Services box stock class with 13 drivers participating. Grant Williamson was the winner of the first heat race while Grant Proctor won the second. Initially the box stock main event was going to feature the full field of karts but race officials decided to run a B main event would provide a safer and better overall racing environment.

The B feature saw fantastic racing between Corbin Green and Austin Bartholomew. Coming to the checkered flag, Green was able to narrowly beat Bartholomew for the win. Both drivers advanced to the feature race. The story of the main event was the battle for the race lead and the victory between Proctor and Dylan Combest. Both drivers were evenly matched in terms of green flag speed which meant the battle for position on the restarts proved to be a major influence in determining positions.

Proctor led the early stages before a mid-race caution bunched the field with Combest getting the jump and the lead. It appeared as though Combest was going to take the victory but another caution forced another restart. Proctor was able to get the best of Combest to retake the lead. The rest of the race went caution-free with Proctor holding off Combest for the win. Bartholomew placed third with Janice Walters fourth and Chayce Smith fifth.

Amanda Harpe narrowly beat out Nick Ford in the heat race for the Fortuna Wheel & Brake fart karts. The main event saw Ford take the lead early and dominate the rest of the way. At the finish it was Ford beating Landon Green and Jeffrey Smith.

In heat race action for the Miclette Family Motorsports pure stocks, it was Leonard Ward taking the win. The feature race proved to be no different as Ward dominated and crossed the finish line with a 4.5 second advantage over second place Chris Lawrence. Pete Miclette, Jordan Miclette and Michael Lawrence rounded out the top five finishers.

Young Dryver Dothage has moved from driving a box stock outlaw to a Wes Green Landscaping 250cc kart. He looked very comfortable behind the wheel, winning the heat race. The caution flew several times in the feature but the slow downs did little to deter Dothage as he was able to control the race and take the victory. Maleesa Miles and MKinzy Uselton placed second and third and both showed great improvement behind the wheel since the end of the 2018 season. Two more female talents rounded out the top five in Sonya Osborne and Lily Williamson.

The Nor Cal Automotive 500cc heat race and main event wins went to Tony Miles. Dax Williamson placed second in both races.

Racing action for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts will return on Saturday May 18. For more information visit www.HumboldtOutlawKarts.com or on Facebook #/HumboldtOutlawKarts.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Uselton Has High Hopes For 2019


Eureka, CA (May 1, 2019) – The 2019 season is looking bright for young MKinzy Uselton. The teenage driver will be racing in her fifth season behind the wheel of a Legends car at Redwood Acres Raceway while also competing on the dirt in her 250cc outlaw kart with the Humboldt Outlaw Karts.

Uselton’s season has already started with the first race of the year at Redwood Acres Raceway on April 27. She had a very solid run in the feature event for the division with a sixth-place effort. Uselton will also be racing this Saturday May 4 in the first race of the season for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts.

Uselton would like to thank her sponsors for their support. They are Auntie Pam Motorsports, Farmer’s Insurance, Mandi Ross Agency, Four Star Realty, John’s Used Cars & Wreckers, Redwood Mechanical, Bay Side Realty, Howard’s Body Shop, Happy Donuts, Higgins Brothers, Joe’s Auto Glass, The Bus Sisters, Miclette Family Racing and Brent Mack.

MKinzy’s 2019 Race Schedule:
May 4 – Karts
May 11 - Legends
May 18 – Karts
June 1 – Karts
June 8 – Legends
June 22 - Legends
June 23 – Karts
July 6 – Legends
July 20 - Legends
August 3 – Karts
August 10 - Legends
August 17 – Karts
September 7 – Legends
September 21 - Legends
September 28 – Karts
October 12 - Karts

Humboldt Outlaw Kart Season Starts This Weekend


Via HOK Media

Eureka CA (May 1, 2019) – The first of eight scheduled races for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts is set for this weekend Saturday May 4. Steve’s Septic Service and Wes Green Landscaping will be presenting the events throughout 2019. The familiar six divisions will take to the track as well as a brand-new division.

This weekend will feature the debut of the Stock Lawn Mower class. Lawn Mower racing has been very popular over the years and it will be the first time that these machines will be regularly racing for points and a championship.

The Champagne Attorney Services beginner box stocks are the entry division for younger and inexperienced racers. The division always presents excitement as drivers begin to learn the ropes of what it takes to get around the track.

The Williamson Financial box stocks are the next step up from the beginner box stocks. The karts are essentially the same with the box stocks having more horsepower. There are more experienced drivers behind the wheel and the faster speeds provide exciting racing.

Fortuna Wheel And Brake presents the fart karts. The division is aimed at adults and a more relaxed feel compared to the other divisions. However, that doesn’t mean that the drivers in the fart karts don’t race less hard or the excitement is any less.

The Miclette Family Motorsports pure stocks are different from the HOK’s other kart divisions. These karts are cageless which helps provide fans the opportunity to see how the drivers react through the turns and track conditions.

The Wes Green Landscaping 250s are a jump in speed from the other karts. These karts are designed as the next step in the ladder from the box stocks. The speeds are higher and more noticeable as 250 drivers learn to handle karts with more horsepower.

HOK’s final division are the NorCal Automotive 500s. These karts are the premier division for racers from all over the United States. Perhaps the most interesting think about 500 karts is the varying ages of drivers. A young teenager can race an adult and be just as if not more competitive which is a rarity in sports.

There will be a test and tune on Friday May 3 at 4:00PM. Saturday’s events will be presented by Champagne Attorney Services. Gates open at 10:00AM with racing starting at 3:00PM. For more information visit www.HumboldtOutlawKarts.com or find us on Facebook #/humboldtoutlawkarts/.

Friday, February 1, 2019

Season Two Of Humboldt Outlaw Karts On The Horizon For 2019


Eureka, CA (February 1, 2019) – After a successful first season for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts in 2018, the series will return once more for 2019 at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds. New years typically see changes in most forms of motorsports and for HOKs it will be no different as there will be improvements and additions for the upcoming year.

2018 was a year for change for outlaw kart racers in the region. The first was the creation of the Humboldt Outlaw Kart organization which wanted to not only continue on maintaining outlaw kart racing in the area but wanted to better it. Halfway through the season, the series moved from its previous home, the 1/10-mile dirt oval inside of the Redwood Acres Raceway 3/8-mile paved oval. The new track stayed on the fairground’s property, taking over the former bullring with a 1/8-mile dirt track in its place. The new track not only provided a spectacular setting for the racing action but also gave the outlaw racers their own place that they could be proud of.

The six divisions that drivers and racers have come to love will be returning in 2019. That includes the Champagne Attourney Service beginner box stocks, the Williamson Financial Group box stocks, the Miclette Family Racing pure stocks, the Fortuna Wheel & Brake old fart karts, the Wes Green Landscape Materials 125-250cc karts and the NorCal Automotive 500cc/open karts. A new division will be added for the season with the addition of the stock lawn mowers. It will be the first full season of lawn mower racing at any Northern California facility and the division should quickly develop a hardy fanbase based on its popularity all over the country.

2019 will also mark the first year of a full season-long points championship battle for all divisions. Since outlaw kart racing started at Redwood Acres in 2016, each event has been a stand-alone race that did not count toward an overall championship. The addition of a championship will likely add to the on-track action and will make winning, finishing and showing up every race even more important than in previous seasons.

The schedule for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts in 2019 is still tentative. Currently a test and tune is scheduled for April 20 with the seasoning opening race taking place Saturday May 4. Other race dates include May 18, June 1, June 20, August 3, August 17 and September 28. All events will be Saturday races with the June 23 race being held on a Sunday to coincide with the final day of the Redwood Acres Fair. The September 28 race will be the final race of the championship run while the October 12 race serve as an open race of sorts. A full and official schedule for 2019 will be released in the very near future.

Other exciting news for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts will be the return of electronic scoring for every division with the X2 timing data system. Having electronic scoring was a necessity in regards to having a year-long championship but it will also allow drivers to follow timing and scoring in real time while also keeping track of lap times and finish results. The scoring system will allow for the return of qualifying in all divisions as well.

For rules and information regarding potential sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.HumboldtOutlawKarts.com or visit #/HumboldtOutlawKarts/

**HUMBOLDT OUTLAW KARTS TENTATIVE 2019 SCHEDULE**
April 20 - Open Practice
May 4
May 18
June 1
June 23 - Sunday, Final Day Of Redwood Acres Fair
August 3
August 17
September 28
October 12

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Whitley, Curtice Do Humboldt Proud In Prestigious Outlaw Kart Event

#57 Daniel Whitley and #8c Anissa Curtice

Via Humboldt Outlaw Karts Media

Eureka, CA (November 1, 2018) – Two Humboldt County teenage racers took on some of the best Outlaw Kart racers in the country Wednesday evening at Millbridge Speedway in Salisbury, North Carolina. 15-year-old Daniel Whitley of Ferndale and 16-year-old Anissa Curtice of Eureka both attempted to start the prestigious 50-lap Keith Kunz Motorsports Giveback Classic in which the winner would earn a ride for the Chili Bowl, the biggest midget event of the year. In all, nearly 70 of the top outlaw kart racers in the United States attempted to start in the main event which featured 24 starters.

Both Whitley and Curtice were able to make their way into the starting lineup without having to go through the ‘C’ or ‘B’ main event races. Curtice was victorious in the second of eight heat races which assured her a spot in the feature while Whitley’s second place effort in the fifth heat assured his position. Curtice started the main event in eighth while Whitley started just outside of the top 10. Curtice was able to race inside the top five until a spin took her off the lead lap. Unfortunately, Curtice dropped out of the event on lap 30 resulting in an 18th place finish. Whitley maneuvered his way into the top 10 and looked to have a solid finish in hand before a late race incident took him out of the race. He too was unable to get to the finish and was scored 15th six laps down.

Both Whitley and Curtice raced with the Humboldt Outlaw Karts in 2018 with each winning in the NorCal Automotive 500cc/open division. Whitley’s victory came on the June 21st event which was the final race on the 1/10-mile dirt track. Curtice won the season finale race on October 13th on the 1/8-mile circuit.

Monday, October 15, 2018

Curtice Wins Season Ending Thriller

#8c Anissa Curtice, winner of the 500cc/open kart feature


Via Humboldt Outlaw Karts Media

Eureka, CA (October 13, 2018) – Schmidbauer Lumber presented the 2018 conclusion of the Humboldt Outlaw Karts this past Saturday. All six divisions were in action with a spectacular combined purse of over $1,700 on the line thanks to Ward Concrete & Equipment and Fredy Champagne. The action on the track proved to be some of the best in all of 2018.

Jack Myer has been dominant all year long in the Champagne Attorney Service beginner box stocks and he continued that with a victory in the heat race. Danica Kinsey led the feature event for the majority of its duration. An early spin by Corbin Green took him out of contention. Myer made his move to the front in the closing stages as he was able to get to the lead. Myer was able to hold on and take the victory. Aaliyah Uselton got by Kinsey to take second while Green was credited with fourth.

The Williamson Financial Group box stocks had a nice turnout with the division having two heat races. Heat one was won by Derrek Kessler, Jr. while Dylan Combest took heat race two. The main event started off with an incident between Colton Kinsey and Janice Walters who got hooked together on the first lap in the second turn. Brady Osborne took the lead on the restart but Grant Williamson was able to get by for the spot. Williamson led for several laps before spinning and bringing out the caution giving the lead to Austin Bartholomew. The restart saw Bartholomew jump to a huge lead until the yellow flew again when Kinsey lost power on the back stretch. The next restart proved to be the last as Bartholomew was able to pull away to take the victory. Combest took second over Walters, Lily Williamson and Grant Williamson.

Daniel Combest took the win in the Fortuna Wheel & Brake old fart kart heat. Amanda Harp led the first two circuits of the feature before Nick Ford took over the top spot. The main was slowed only once when Combest spun in the fourth turn. Ford pulled away on the restart and was able to cruise the rest of the way. At the finish it was Ford winning over Harp, Combest and Eddy Robinson.

The Wes Green Landscaping 125/250cc kart heat was taken by Landen Green. The main event started off with a multi-kart incident in turns one and two involving MKinzy Uselton, Sonya Osborne and Malessa Miles. Uselton suffered a minor injury that prevented her from completing the race. Green moved to the lead until a spin by Nick Ford brought out the caution. Miles got the jump on Green on the restart but the two got together bringing out another yellow. Green jumped back into the lead on the restart and led all the way to the finish. He was followed by Osborne, Miles and Uselton.

The heat race for the Miclette Family Racing pure stocks was won by Chris Lawrence. Pete Miclette held the lead on lap one of the main but Leonard Ward took over on lap two. Ward’s time at the front also lasted a single lap as Lawrence moved to the lead. Lawrence was able to go the rest of the way without challenge, crossing the line first. Miclette placed second with Ward taking third.

The NorCal Automotive 500cc/open karts had a fantastic turnout with Anissa Curtice and Darin Spencer taking the two heat race wins. The main event proved to be one of the best races of the season but started off with an incident involving Jordan Miclette and Cliff Myer. Dax Williamson inherited the lead on the restart but Curtice was able to quickly take over. After another yellow, the race got heated up front as Curtice led over Spencer and Brandon Lachance. Spencer got high off turn two allowing Lachance to take second. The race progressed with Lachance slowly catching Curtice as the two maneuvered through traffic. On the white flag lap, Lachance made a move inside Curtice going into turn one. The two came into contact but both drivers held on. Curtice was able to regain the lead and fend off Lachance to take the thrilling victory. Spencer took third with Angela Rohlfs placing fourth and Williamson fifth.

Humboldt Outlaw Karts would like to thank all of our sponsors for the 2018 season; 30’s Hay & Grain, Automotive Workshop, Bay Area Music Connection, Central Office, Champagne Attourney Service, Eureka-Humboldt Fire Extinguisher, Eureka Payments, Fastenal, Fortuna Wheel & Brake, John’s Used Cars And Wreckers, Lost Coast Hay, Miclette Family Racing, The Mill Yard, NorCal Automotive, Schmidbauer Lumber, Steve’s Septic Service, Ward Concrete & Equipment, Wes Green Landscaping and Williamson Financial Group. Thank you to all of our volunteer track workers and officials for all of their hard work. Finally, thank you to all the drivers and teams who have made the first year of the Humboldt Outlaw Karts so successful.

Information for the 2019 season will be available in the coming weeks and months. To keep up with the latest news for the Humboldt Outlaw Karts, please visit us at www.HumboldtOutlawKarts.com or visit #/HumboldtOutlawKarts/

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Uselton’s 2018 Season Coming To A Close



Eureka, CA (September 23, 2018) – The 2018 racing season for young MKinzy Uselton is nearing its end, at least in her home town area. The Humboldt County racer completed her third season of racing in Redwood Acres Raceway’s Legends division and is also currently in her third year behind the wheel of a 250cc outlaw kart.

2018 wasn’t exactly the kind of season that fan favorite Uselton was hoping for on the pavement. In 2017, Uselton led the points standings for Redwood Acres Raceway’s Legends division but narrowly lost out on the championship. In spite of adversity this season, MKinzy finished seventh in the standings, only 11 points out of finishing in the top five of the ever-expanding and highly competitive division.

Track changes forced Uselton to adapt in her 250cc outlaw kart. The first part of 2018, the Humboldt Outlaw Karts raced on a 1/10-mile dirt oval in the infield of Redwood Acres Raceway. The outlaw karts were able to get a permanent 1/8-mile track built at the fairgrounds and the larger circuit has seemed to be a better fit for Uselton’s driving style.

Uselton will be competing for the Humboldt Outlaw Kart’s season ending event at Redwood Acres Fairgrounds on Saturday October 13. MKinzy is also hoping to compete in the Lakeport Indoor Kart series over the winter however she and her team are looking for financial assistance to be able to compete. Current NASCAR drivers Kyle Larson and Tyler Reddick have used the Lakeport Indoor Kart series as a stepping stone in their careers and MKinzy is hoping to better hone her skills against some of the top outlaw kart competition in the region.

If you are interested in partnering with the young, talented up and coming driver toward her efforts in the winter series, in Redwood Acres Raceway’s Legends division or in the Humboldt Outlaw Karts, contact girlracin29@gmail.com for more information. It is a great opportunity to partner up with an exciting female racer who is looking to reach her full potential on both the local and regional levels of racing.

MKinzy is supported every race by her crew chief, Brett Uselton a.k.a “Papa”, Lil John Jameson, Lissa Uselton and Aaliyah Hughes Mitchell. She is sponsored by Jim Redd Four Star Realty, Verizon in Fortuna, CA, John’s Used Cars, Joe’s Auto Glass, Site Master West, Left Coast Vinyl, Redwood Mechanical, Central Office, Grandpa Mitchell, Red Boots Racing/Julia Moulton, Higgins Brothers, The Bud Sister, Happy Donuts Express Asian Food, Dee Kenney at Bayside Realty & Howard’s Body Shop.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Humboldt Outlaw Karts Hosting Potluck Along With Racing This Saturday



Eureka, CA (September 14, 2018) – With Fall on the horizon and Summer in its twilight, the Humboldt Outlaw Karts will celebrate with a special barbecue and potluck this Saturday at the Redwood Acres Fairground Bullring track. The event will be presented by John Fullerton for City Council and as always, the six local divisions will be in action on the still-new 1/8-mile dirt oval.

Those planning on attending are encouraged to bring food to the event but are also encouraged to get in touch with HOK officials. Electric outlets will be available to anyone requiring power for necessary cookware. Pit gates will open at 9:00 AM with racing starting at 2:00 PM.

For more information visit www.HumboldtOutlawKarts.com or #/HumboldtOutlawKarts/