1. The Ocala Gran Prix Scholarship Program Rules, Regulations and Guidelines:

    • Driver must be a resident of Florida for the past two years.
    • Driver must compete in the Entire Gran Slam of the Ocala Gran Prix Local series
      • The Gran Slam comprises of the entire Spring/Summer Series and the entire Fall/Winter Series.
    • Once a driver decides which class to compete in there will be no changing of class or engine platform.
    • Driver must maintain a B grade average in School.
    • No drops allowed from any local series race.
    • Driver may only win 1 scholarship in their lifetime.
    • Scholarship winners are determined by the total number of points added from both series. Points will be continually updated on the OGP website.
    • The Race Director will have final ruling on all penalties and infractions
    • There will be no appeals.
    • Should the first or second place finisher in the championship not meet the criteria, the scholarship will go to the next qualified candidate based on the end of the series championship points.
    • The scholarship program is only open for drivers in the IAME Mini Swift, IAME X30 Junior, Vortex Mini ROK and Vortex ROK Junior Classes.
    • All forms must be submitted within 30 days after the first race.
    • All rules are subject to change at any time.
    • All drivers must register to participate:

    Name
    Address
    Kart number
    Transponder serial number
    Contact number
    Email address 

  1. 2019 Scholarship Points Mini ROK
    Jorge Ortiz
    805
    Dean Dybdahl
    620
  2. 2019 Scholarship Points X30 JR
    Luis Perez
    784
    Nikita Johnson
    764
    Tyler Mcintyre
    579
    Hayden Bradley
    484
    Kekai Hauanio
    454
  1. 2019 Scholarship Points Mini Swift
    Christian Quijano
    601
    Tom Shoecraft III
    497
    Jordan McNeill
    461
  2. 2019 Scholarship Points ROK Jr
    Akela Pacitto
    672