2017 F-Series Schedule: The Gearup Challenge feels stronger than ever!

12/10/2016 0 574 Total Views

Experiencing a big increase in participation over the past season, has raised the level of excitement and the prestige of the title fight to a whole new level. Feeling a great energy in anticipation for 2017, we are hopeful to continue this growing trend to make the series even more attractive for the future. Working with our regular calendar of seven races we are happy to announce a schedule that provides a reasonable travel program, while still creating an even more exciting series.

Kicking off the season with the very popular Go Pro Motorplex Circuit in late March should really get things moving as most drivers express a big rush taking to this track. Rolling right into round two the very exciting Tempest track at NJMP is sure not to disappoint, being one of the longest tracks on the schedule. Round three is considered home for us as much of our past has its beginning at Englishtown Raceway Park. The track has never disappointed to bring some of the best battles within the years of the championship. Round four takes us to Pitts International were the championship starts taking shape and the racing gets even more intense. Next up is Shifter country as the Boston F1 Outdoors circuit boasts over 1.3 miles of the most intense track known to exist in the US. Last but certainly not least will feature a new venue for us as New York Race Complex will open a whole new chapter of fierce racing in the series. Round six and seven will decide who stands as champion in 2017 as it all comes down to who can conquer this all new level playing field. We look forward to releasing all the details about this exciting venue shortly.

With the dedication of our teams and drivers we look to again boast the largest KZ program in the US and together with Honda & Rok Shifter classes create an atmosphere rarely seen in the karting. Standing starts, 45 HP and six gears are sure to get the blood flowing. Competing with many others programs when it comes to Tag racing, we are wondering ourselves what makes the competition so fierce when it comes to single speed 125cc in the F-Series. Tag Cadet classes are looking very strong as we are on a continues growth spurt over the past three years and we have a good indication this coming year will be our best! . All details regarding the 2017 F-Series season can be found at: www.thefseries.com