November 7, 2011 – Daniel Formal was back in a familiar place this past weekend at the Homestead Karting Complex as he once again stood on the top of the podium. With the event taking place on the grounds of the Homestead Miami Speedway, Formal utilized his new Intrepid chassis to take the top spot in what would be his final preparation for the 15th annual Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) SuperNationals that gets underway next week.

“I am in love with the Intrepid chassis,” expressed Formal after the weekend was complete. “After racing multiple different brands in the past two seasons, I think we made the right choice with Intrepid and look for a long, healthy working relationship.”

After starting from the tail of the Rotax Senior field in Sunday’s main event, Formal put on a clinic as he quickly drove to the front scoring the fastest lap of the event on his way to victory. Not only did Formal take the top honors, he dominated the event claiming the win by more than fifteen seconds.

Formal continued, “This was a great way to close out the season and head to the SuperNationals. I have never competed at the Vegas event but have followed it very closely the past few years. I am very confident that I can do well there and with the help from Intrepid, I think we have a very strong chance at taking the overall TaG Senior win.”

Next on the docket for Daniel Formal will be the SKUSA SuperNationals in Las Vegas, Nevada. With 80 drivers vying for 40 starting positions in Sunday’s main event, Formal will look to be fast, consistent and stay out of trouble throughout the heat races.

Daniel Formal would like to thank his 2011 partners including: Intrepid North America, Advanced Karting, Brett King Design, K1 RaceGear, Supertune USA, and DDF Engines.

For more information on Daniel Formal including news releases, sponsor information, multi-media and complete biography, please visit www.DanielFormal.com.

For more information on Advanced Karting and DDF Racing Engines, please contact Donald Formal at 561.718.6840 or visit them online at www.AdvancedKarting.com. For press release and media information, please contact Mike Maurini and Race Tech Development at 317.270.8723 or via e-mail at Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com

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