Four events remain in the Humboldt Outlaw Karts 2019 season, but only two will have season points up for grabs, including this Saturday at the Redwood Acres.
The weekend action is presented by John’s Used Cars & Wreckers and will include races for all seven divisions, many of which could be decided by Saturday night.
In the new PeeWee Predator division, Adam Myer holds a slender six-point lead over Raylan Ross and will look to put some more distance between them
Leonard Ward is in third.
The Fortuna Wheel & Brake fart karts division is another tight affair with Nick Ford also holding a slender six-point advantage over second-placed Scott Proctor.
Third place in the standings belongs to Amanda Harpe, who is also in the hunt.
The championship for the Williamson Financial Group box stocks is also still up in the air with four drivers in the running.
Grant Proctor’s two feature wins have him in the lead by four points over Dylan Combest who won the most recent race on June 23.
Third place belongs to Janice Walters, with Corbin Green in fourth.
In the Champagne Attorney Service beginner box stock division, Aaliyah Mitchell holds a commanding 42-point lead.
Destiny Lewis is second, followed by Danica Kinsey.
The race for the championship in the Miclette Family Racing pure stocks division appears to be a two-person affair with Leonard Ward holding an 11-point lead over Pete Miclette, with Jordan Miclette, Michael Lawrence and David Alves rounding out the top five.
The Wes Green Landscaping 250s is also a two-driver race for the title, with Dryver Dothage leading MKinzy Uselton by 13 points.
The race for third is wide open with Landen Green leading fourth-place Maleesa Miles by only two points.
Derek Kessler is fifth.
The Nor Cal Automotive 500 division looks to be well in the hands of Tony Miles, who holds a sizable 34-point lead over Dax Williamson, with Cliff Myer in third.
The 2019 season is presented by Steve’s Septic Service and Wes Green Landscaping. Gates open at 10 a.m. on Saturday, with the races getting under way at 3 p.m.