Fresh off a second place podium result at the US Open of New Orleans, Sabré Cook travels to Utah Motorsports Campus this weekend for the second round of the Sofina Foods US Open program. Competing in the Senior Shifter category, Cook will aim towards the top step of the podium in her quest to take the point lead before making her bid for the national championship this coming November in Las Vegas.

“I am really excited to get back behind the wheel of my Energy Kart at a national level event,” explained Cook. “I have completed several laps of testing at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway and feel that we have a better understanding of the blue chassis than we did two months ago.”

Not only has Sabré been in the seat of her Energy Kart, she has also been behind the wheel of a TCA (MX5) at a recent test at the famed Lime Rock Park.

Cook added, “My car test went really well. The team was great to work with and my times were competitive. I am working hard to compete in the Pirelli World Challenge event there in August as well as compete in a few events in the Red Bull Global Rallycross. While my car efforts are exciting, my focus is on karting 100% this weekend.”

Sabré would like to thank Element Energy Advisors, Colorado School of Mines, Energy Kart USA, Mick Panigada, Grand Junction Motor Speedway, Tillett Racing Seats, Sniper Alignment Systems, Bell Helmets, NewLine Radiators, AIM Sportsystems, MG Tires, Viceroy Resorts, Gold’s Gym, Holeshot Drive Systems, SwedeTech Racing Engines and everyone that has provided help past and present.