New website to better showcase progression through motorsports ladder

April 13, 2010

Miami, FL - After competing in the opening rounds of the new WSK North American Series by Championship Karting International, Dore Chaponick Jr. has official launched the redesign of his website. Working with Autosports Media Group, the new site features a complete new layout, updated photo galleries, as well as a better display of Dore's important supporters and uses all the latest web trends including a Twitter feed.

"I am very happy to re-launch my site," commented Chaponick Jr. following his races in New Castle. "A special 'thank you' to Cody Schindel at Autosports Media for all the hard work he put into new site. It looks awesome!"

The redesigned website can be found at and has everything you need to know about Dore and his progression before and after each of his races. Developed by Autosports Media Group, the website fits today's web standards.

"When I was given the opportunity to redesign Dore's website, I was very excited to get started," stated Autosports Media Groups website developer Cody Schindel. "The new Twitter application is also a great way to allow Dore to keep everyone up to date as the race weekends progress, as he can post to it live from the track."

Dore also competed in the opening rounds of the WSK North American Series by CKI this past weekend, held at New Castle Motorsports Park in Indiana. Aboard his familiar DFR Supertune FA Kart, he found himself racing up front in both finals, however the closing laps were not pleasant to Dore, as he narrowly missed the podium after leading in both final races. A broken header was the result of a technical disqualification on Saturday and removed him from his fourth place finish, but he did rebound to earn a pole position and a fourth place on Sunday.

"The racing was very intense this weekend," continued Chaponick. "Unfortunately the broken header cost us a solid finish on Saturday, but I felt we rebounded nicely on Sunday. As always my tuner Mike had kart setup perfect all weekend."

Up next for Dore will be the opening round of the new Rotax Pan American Challenge being held at the MSR Houston facility in Houston Texas. He will also continue in the WSK North American Series presented by CKI, as well as other select events throughout the year with the DFR Racing Team.

Dore Chaponick Jr. is currently 13 years old and competes for the DFR Racing Team. He is supported by: Quality Air Contractors, Tax Management Services, Supertune Engines, Autosports Media Group as well as his Mother and Father in pursuit of a professional racing career. Dore was the 2008 Florida Winter Tour Mini Max Champion. For more information and sponsorship opportunities, please visit

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Pan American Challenge Finale
September 22-25, 2011
New Castle Motorsports Park
New Castle, Indiana

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