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Picture Perfect Weekend for 2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour ROK Cup USA Finale at Ocala Gran Prix
Friday, 27 March 2015 15:11


Champions crowned and awards given away to conclude series

It was another picture perfect weekend for ROKKERS in the 2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour Powered by MAXSpeed Entertainment ROK Cup USA finale weekend, presented by MG Tires. With the event taking place at the picturesque Ocala Gran Prix facility in Ocala, Florida, seven class champions were crowned and tickets awarded to the ROK Cup International Final later this year in South Garda, Italy.

15-03-27-ramirez“The racing this past weekend was second to none,” explained MAXSpeed Entertainment’s Garett Potter. “The facility in Ocala, though albeit tight and short, provides for some great wheel-to-wheel competition. With the extra points available in the championship style event, championship battles came down to the very last on track session in most classes. It was great to watch and we can’t thank the teams and drivers enough for their hard work, competitive spirit and sportsmanship throughout the series.”

2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour Enters Final Rounds With Championships, Awards and Prizes On The Line In Every Class
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 19:09

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All of the class championships are still yet to be decided

With the final event weekends in the 2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour on the horizon, MAXSpeed Entertainment and their experienced staff have been working tirelessly to promote and put on the best Florida Winter Tour to date. With an exciting format for the championship finale weekends and over $120,000 in awards and prizes to be given away, all class championships on both the ROK Cup USA and Rotax MAX Challenge weekends have yet to be decided.

“It is amazing that we can go into the final event weekend and not have one single championship secured,” explained MAXSpeed Entertainment’s Garett Potter. “This is a true testament to the level of competition that the Tour has to offer as well as the preparedness and readiness of all the teams and competitors to attack every on track, off track and weather situation that comes to the forefront.”

2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour Rotax MAX Challenge Program Beats the Weather for Another Successful Weekend and Is Set to Hand Out Over $120,000 at Finale Event
Friday, 06 March 2015 10:51


New winners highlight the results sheets; reminder to review points structure for finale rounds

As the 2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour Powered by MAXSpeed Entertainment reached the halfway point, championship battles have begun to take shape with one more event weekend left on the docket. Rounds three and four of the Rotax MAX Challenge program, presented by Chase Racing & Brash Racing, at the Orlando Kart Center would be highlighted by nasty weather on Saturday and first time winners of the season leaving championship battles wide open. As always, MAXSpeed Entertainment put on another solid event and took everything from the cold and rain to sun and humidity in stride as they closed the weekend with some serious wheel-to-wheel racing.

“I really need to commend not only the teams and competitors for pushing through some nasty weather on Saturday but also the staff, it takes a dedicated team to work in the extreme conditions we had Saturday," expressed MAXSpeed Entertainment’s Garett Potter. “Not only were they up before the crack of dawn on each and every event day, they stood out in the pouring rain all day to make sure all our racers were safe. It was another great weekend of racing at the 2015 Cold Stone Florida Winter Tour and points battles are wide open heading into the final round. With $120k of awards and prizes, championship style format and additional points for the final weekend, we are excited to see the outcome and the fierce battles that always come to play at the Ocala Gran Prix facility.”