In a little more than one month the continent’s best Outlaw Kart drivers will be descending upon Salisbury, North Carolina to race in the inaugural Keith Kunz Motorsports Giveback Classic at Millbridge Speedway. The winner of the race will receive a seat in a Keith Kunz Motorsports Midget to race at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals in January. Millbridge Speedway officials also are proud to announce that the race will also boast one of the largest purses in Outlaw Kart racing.


The KKM Giveback Classic on Wednesday, October 31 has a total purse of nearly $18,000 to be paid throughout the A-Main and two B-Mains. The A-Main purse itself will pay out a purse greater than $13,000 with $2,000 going to the winner and at least $300 to start. The drivers that fail to transfer out of the B-Mains will receive $200.


But of course, this race isn’t about the money. This race is about winning the opportunity of a lifetime, and that is the chance to race in the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals for Keith Kunz Motorsports, the powerhouse team of Midget racing.


“We are excited for this event working with KKM and TRD, as we are giving a chance to further someone’s career and possibly change their life,” said Millbridge Speedway co-owner Jeremy Burnett.


Millbridge Speedway officials are expecting more than 100 competitors from all over North America to take part in this first-of-its-kind of event.


Officials from Millbridge Speedway also released details about the event schedule. Officials said that the pit gates will open at 3 p.m. ET with engine warm-ups set to begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. and heat racing action scheduled for approximately 7 p.m.


On Tuesday, October 30, Millbridge Speedway’s Beginner Box Stock, Box Stock and Intermediate divisions will be in action for their normal shows. The Open division will also be in action for hot laps and qualifying for Wednesday’s racing action. Gates will open on Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET. Practice for the Beginner Box Stock, Box Stock and Intermediate divisions will begin at approximately 6 p.m. with a one-hour practice session for the Open division to follow at approximately 6:30 p.m.


Millbridge Speedway will also be hosting an optional open practice session on Monday, October 29 for the Open Division only. The open practice will take place from 7-10 p.m. ET.


Pit passes for Tuesday and Wednesday will cost $15 each for adults. Kids from ages 7-12 years old can enter the pits for $12 each day. Kids who are six years old or younger are free. A three-day pit pass is available for adults for $35. A three-day pit pass for kids is available for $30.


More information on the Keith Kunz Motorsports Giveback Classic will be announced soon.


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About Millbridge Speedway

Millbridge Speedway has been in existence for more than 25 years. The Burnetts took over the speedway in 2011 to transform it into a premier Outlaw Kart track. Over the years the Burnetts have added banking, built new walls, put up new lights, and made numerous changes to the speedway to make it one of the best Outlaw Kart tracks in the country. Millbridge Speedway has been featured on national television multiple times over the past few years, including two televised races over the past two years, with drivers from all over the US and Canada coming to race.


-Millbridge Speedway Press Release

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