Making waves throughout the North American karting scene in 2020 and garnering ROK Cup USA Florida Winter Tour wins already in 2021, Magik Kart USA is pleased to announce the first piece of the puzzle to their United States dealer network. Inking a deal with CM Motorsports, the Magik Kart brand will be well represented through the Carolinas and on the national racing scene with new Junior competitor Danny Dyszelski.
“We are happy to have CM Motorsports as part of our dealer program and Danny as one of our newest Magik Karts drivers,” explained Magik Kart USA’s Andrew Bujdoso. “Over the past year we have been working with our factory driver, AJ Myers, to develop the TAG chassis and we feel we are ready to make some noise at the United States Pro Kart Series opener at Ocala Gran Prix next week.”
Part of Dysezelski’s racing progress since his early days in Micro, Danny and Andrew Bujdoso have joined forces again, this time piloting the Magik Kart chassis line. A perennial front runner in North American karting competition, Danny has stood on the podium many times and now hopes with the guidance of Andrew Bujdoso, AJ Myers and his new Magik Kart, he can find his way to the top of the blocks at the national level.
Along with their new Magik Kart driver, Magik Kart USA is pleased to welcome CM Motorsports to their dealer network. Owned by Dan Dyszelski and operated by top level mechanic Dan Grant, CM Motorsports will officially be Magik Kart USA’s first dealer. Located in South Carolina, CM Motorsports will have a major presence in both North and South Carolina, but also on the national scene.
Bujdoso continued, “This will be a huge step forward in the growth of the brand and CM Motorsports. Magik Kart USA and CM Motorsports will be supporting the GoPro Motorplex Karting Challenge, Cup Karts North America, United States Pro Kart Series and SuperKarts! USA Pro Tour.”
Dyzelski will join Magik Kart USA’s team leader AJ Myers with his BBS Racing Engines powered KA 100. Danny Dyszelski will be performing double duty in both the KA100 Junior and IAME X30 Junior classes. Competing alongside Dyszelski and Myers will be Max Cristea who will make the jump from Micro Swift to Mini Swift in the hopes to continue his upward progression while Gabriel Balog will pilot a Magik Kart in the Micro Swift class.
With the United States Pro Kart Series season opener kicking off next week, Magik Kart USA will be on track March 11-14 at Ocala Gran Prix. For more information on Magik Kart USA, please contact Andrew Bujdoso via email to MagikRacingKart@gmail.com. For more information on CM Motorsports, please contact Racing@CM-Motorsports.com.