October 21st, Las Vegas - Brit Scott Jenkins had a masterful performance on his Intrepid and a final two win granted him the ICA title. In ICC, Gary Carlton deservedly took his second straight title for CRG. But the final event saw the comeback of MRP-Birel America driver Alex Speed, who took a win and a second place, even though he wasn't fighting for the title.
October 21st, Las Vegas - In ICC, Gary Carlton showed he’s the best shifterkart driver in the country by winning his second straight title for CRG. The final event saw the comeback of MRP-Birel America driver Alex Speed. Speed was not fighting for the title, but took a win and a second place in both finals. ICA was a different story. Britain Scott Jenkins was masterful on his Intrepid and a final two win granted him the title. CRG driver Rosenzweig and Sodi driver Kennedy fought for runner-up spot, which went to the CRG driver. Good performance by Intrepid driver Dueck, who won final one. Devon Sandeen, another Intrepid driver, had a great weekend in Spec Racer and clinched the title that he just missed in 2006 with a second place and a win. In Junior ICA, Tonykart driver Gennari was definitely not the first bet for the title. Another Tony driver Menezes ended the West Division with the title and a good point margin. While Langlois for Intrepid, East Division Champion, seemed the one likely to put on a challenge for the title. But Gennari was the most consistent of all in Las Vegas and took the national title despite all predictions. No surprises in Cadet, as Birel driver Karam dominated in Las Vegas as he’s done throughout 2007. Brilliant performance for Topkart driver Thomas, who took both final wins, which granted him second place in the championship.