CLAY CITY - Crider Brothers Racing made a solid showing over the weekend in the 2012 Insane One race at Clay City Kart Speedway. Cameron Crider finished 10th after avoiding a last lap spinout. His brother, Christian Crider, was pushing for a spot in the Top 10 but was affected as the opposing kart spunout. Christian Crider finished 11th.
The Insane One paid $20,000 to win. Kart racers from throughout the United States competed in the event. Numerous drivers boasted national sponsors.
Crider Brothers Racing has enjoyed a successful debut season in kart racing. The Crider brothers excelled in the sport of motocross before competing in karts.