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2003 World Karting Association Jr. Yamaha Supercan National Karting Champion

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Casey Neal Wins Stars of Karting ICA for J & J Racing 
at Newcastle Motorsports Complex

One championship. Three wins. Seven poles. Twelve top-five finishes. Thirteen top-10 finishes out of Fifteen WKA National Go Kart Races. Those are the numbers that Casey Neal and PKP/Yellowfin Racing Team accumulated in their trek together in the 2003 WKA Manufactures Cup Series. 

  After winning the prestigious 2003 WKA Yamaha Jr. Supercan National Karting Championship, finishing second in Formula Y Jr. and third in HPV Jr. on a PKP/Yellow Fin Powered Energy Fusion Chassis, Casey will be changing directions somewhat in 2004.

  Despite the impressive figures, the most pressing matter of the moment is readying for the 2004 season in the newly named Stars of Karting and World Karting Association's Manufactures Cup Series. The wins, the poles and the accolades of last year don't mean much when another grueling, multi-race, multi-state schedule looms ahead. 

  For the 2004 Go Kart Racing season Casey will be driving the 2004 B3-Biesse Racing Kart with Atomik (ATK) 100cc Engines for J&J Racing of Erie, Pa., in  the Snap-On Stars of Karting and World Karting Association Manufactures Cup in the ICA (Intercontinental A) Class. Casey will also be driving the Biesse B3 Chassis in the Sportsman Yamaha and Formula Y Senior classes in WKA with Woltjer Racing Engines.

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