It’s a new year with a whole new field of competition for the 61st running of the Purdue Grand Prix. Reigning champion Kyle Tilley wasted no time climbing the charts in the first practice of 2018, a shakedown of a new kart and team with Alpha Sig Racing. Tilley’s top time of 26.713s didn’t come without challenges from competitors Jared Thayer and Mathew Guido who also spent time near the top of the scoring tower with their Triangle Racing and HCRC karts, respectively.
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