The 2019 Sprint GrandNationals
The ‘Duffy’ is the most prestigious trophy in grassroots kart racing, and once a year the International Kart Federation holds its annual IKF Sprint GrandNationals. The names who call themselves Duffy winners are a who’s who of motorsports and the distinction of being an IKF national champion solidifies any racer’s legacy in the sport.
- When: September 20-22, 2019
- Where: Pat’s Acres Racing Complex
- Event Schedule: TBD
- ONLINE ENTRY COMING SOON
- Friday – Practice, ending the day with Qualifying.
- Saturday – Morning warm-Up and 3 Heats.
[Progressive] You will start each heat based on previous finish, post penalties and tech.
- Sunday – Finals
You will start the final based on finish in Heat 3, post penalties and tech.
$475 – Race Entry with (1) Set of Evinco Race Tires.
- Classes on Blues required to use same set for duration of event.
- Classes on Reds have the option of adding another set.
- Can purchase 2nd set during Pre-Reg for $200
- Can purchase 2nd set onsite for retail $222
$25 – Transponder Rental
Spectator Pricing TBA
- KA100 Junior
- KA100 Senior
- LO206 Cadet
- LO206 Junior
- LO206 Senior
- TaG Light
- TaG Heavy
- World Formula Masters
Looking for a breakdown and specifics of the classes? Please see ikfnorthwest.com and their classes page for more information. Details on World Formula Masters will be coming soon.
*Important Note: We reserve the right to cancel any class that does not reach 10 entries, 2 weeks before the close of pre-registration.
Pat’s Acres Racing Complex (PARC) was built in the 1930’s by Pat Sabin as a spot for his employees to enjoy with their families. The Pavillion started out as a music hall that hosted big names like the Mama’s & Papa’s, Paul Revere & the Raiders and Eric Clapton. Then, in 1967, Harry Hegar installed a little over a half mile paved sprint track. Pat’s Acres has hosted some of the biggest karting races in North America through the 1990’s and early 2000’s which created the opportunity to add a ‘long track’ section, extending the full course to just under a mile long.