2016 INEX Winter Nationals Pre-Registration Packages Now Available
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If you are keeping count, there are only 67 days between now and the opening of INEX Winter Nationals at Orlando Speedworld in Orlando, Florida. Those that are planning on making the long trek down are chomping at the bit to get going on their 2016 season and now they can take the first step to do so with the official pre-registration packet from US Legend Cars International (USLCI).
This package includes the registration form for the event which runs from February 14th to 19th, official fuel information, parking information along with other tidbits needed for the week. Special pricing for parking and pit passes are available to those filing the form prior to February 1st, 2016.
Drivers are reminded to get their 2016 INEX Membership forms filled out as memberships will be required to run the event.
Sunday, February 14th is set aside for parking and practice at Orlando Speedworld while racing will take place for Legends and Bandoleros from Monday, February 15th and Friday, February 19th.
(Both links will redirect you to documents on the USLCI site; www.uslegendcars.com)
Tim’s Corner Motorsports has confirmed intention from over a half dozen teams planning on making the trek south, including 2015 INEX Canadian East Semi-Pro Legend champion Cory Hall of Jolicure, New Brunswick. Hall is currently the only Maritime Legend driver confirmed to run the event while Newfoundland’s Eastbound Park is expected to be represented by Phil Fowler and the Farrell brothers, Waylon and Will. Waylon Farrell is the 2015 Eastbound Park Hanlon Realty Legends champion.
Gary Bursey, who is from Moncton, New Brunswick but spends his winter months near Sebring, Florida, is a mainstay in the Masters division in the week long event.
Austin MacDonald, the 2015 INEX Canadian East Bandolero Bandit champion, should be tough in his second INEX Winter Nationals appearance, but will be joined alongside Josh Langille, whom he battled all season long for the championship. Josh’s younger brother Nathan, who won the 2015 INEX Winter Nationals Beginner Bandit title, will also be making a repeat appearance in Orlando. Hubley, Nova Scotia’s Owen Mahar will also make a return trip to INEX Winter Nationals.
Nathan Blackburn, a winner at Scotia Speedworld this past season will make his US debut in his #44 car during INEX Winter Nationals. He will be joined by “The Flying Frenchman” Michael Cormier of Grand-Barachois, New Brunswick as newcomers to Florida Speedweeks. Rumors also hold that Dylan Dowe of Bedford, Nova Scotia may be making the trip down as well.
Tim’s Corner Motorsports will have complete coverage from INEX Winter Nationals, including updates throughout the event, along with complete pre and post event coverage along with wrap ups from each day. With this event being the first chance for drivers to get 2016 INEX points, the competition is slated to be stacked throughout the five days of racing.