Florida Winter Tour opens registration for round two at Hard Rock Stadium Miami

Popular winter program heads back to Miami temp circuit after record breaking start to 2019.

Start of Junior ROK race during 2019 Florida Winter Tour Round 1 Miami
Photo: Cody Schindel / Canadian Karting News

With a record breaking opening weekend round to the ROK Cup Promotions Florida Winter Tour, series officials are excited and anxious to return to the venue for RD2 February 14-17. With another European track layout in the works and the inclusion of the Media Dash for Cash, series officials have confirmed that event registration will open today, Friday, January 25, as the most popular winter karting program returns to the Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium.

“I want to thank each and every team, driver, family member, mechanic and ROK Cup USA employee that made round one a success,” explains Garett Potter, Director of Operations for ROK Cup Promotions. “Overall I’m very happy with the weekend. Heading to a new venue has its challenges but we learned a lot from the event, and will put that knowledge and input from our customers towards the next event to make it bigger and better.”

“Congratulations to all our podium finishers and RD1 race winners: Beckham Jacir (Micro ROK), Kai Sorensen (Mini ROK), Luca Mars (ROK Junior), Christian Brooks (ROK Senior), Renato Jader-David (ROK Master), AJ Myers (ROK Shifter), Victor Jimenez (ROK Shifter Master), Chloe Chambers (100cc) and Jordan Prior (206),” adds Potter.

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Class and Pricing Information:

Micro and Mini ROK - $700 
Each individual event weekend includes:

- Driver fee for official days
- Mechanic fee for official days
- Five gallons of fuel
- One bottle oil
- One set of tires Bridgestone YLR (4 Front)

ROK Junior, Senior, Master, Shifter and Shifter Master - $850 
Each individual event weekend includes:

- Driver fee for official days
- Mechanic fee for official days
- Five gallons of fuel
- One bottle oil
- Two sets of Bridgestone YLR tires (4 Front + 4 Rear)

Junior and Senior 100cc - VLR or KA100 - $750.00 
Each individual event weekend includes:

- Driver fee for official days
- Mechanic fee for official days
- Five gallons of fuel
- One bottle oil
-One set of Bridgestone YLR tires (2 Front + 2 Rear

While load in for the event weekend will begin at 12:00PM Monday afternoon of the race week, participants will have the option to park and setup Monday through Wednesday. Unofficial practice will begin on Thursday with official practice on Friday morning. The event format remaining unchanged from the first event weekend, the 206 classes will be replaced by the Media Dash for Cash, but return for round three of the FWT at the Ocala Gran Prix in Ocala, Florida in March. The Australian style Dash for Cash will take place on Saturday and will encompass the top-six qualifiers from Friday’s ROK Senior qualifying session.

For more information on the Florida Winter Tour, ROK Cup USA, and ROK Cup Promotions, please feel free to contact ROK CUP USA at (407) 476-5635 or [email protected]

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