Toto may not be in Kansas anymore, but Speed51.com will be making our way to the Sunflower State this weekend for a full day of exciting kart racing at WaKeeney Mini Speedway. A live video stream of Sunday's MAXX Daddy and Junior MAXX Daddy events for the Midwest Maxxis Series will be available as part of Speed51's Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes.
The live video stream will be available to monthly ($9.99) and yearly ($79.99) Speed51 Network subscribers at no additional cost.
"2019 is the 10th Anniversary of the MAXX Daddy and Junior MAXX Daddy. It is the largest and most prestigious karting event of the season for the Midwest states," said event organizer Patti Owens. "Over the past several years the event has drawn racers from the Southeast, and this year’s pre-entries include Southeast and Northeast junior drivers. These guys and gals never disappoint and usually give us a thriller to the checkered!"
Sunday's broadcast will be the first of its kind on Speed51 for the MAXX Daddy and Junior MAXX Daddy events. It will also be the first ever live broadcast on Speed51.com from the state of Kansas.
The live broadcast on Speed51 will begin at approximately 2 p.m. CT for main event racing. Four divisions will be in action, with all four competing in 50-lap races around the 1/7-mile oval in WaKeeney, Kansas. The racing action will begin with three divisions of junior karts (green plate, blue plate and purple plate) before the MAXX Daddy for drivers 15 years of age and older.
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For more information on the MAXX Daddy and Junior MAXX Daddy, visit the Maxxis Midwest Series Facebook page.
-Story by: Brandon Paul, Speed51.com Editor