FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Race Tech Development - Mike Maurini - 317.270.8723 Prepared by: Race Tech Development Date: December 1, 2014 CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE DRIVERS COMPETE AT SKUSA SUPERNATIONALS “Three CKC drivers take on SuperNats with Innisfil Indy/GP Canada” December 1, 2014 – After a successful inaugural season of the Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC), officials would like to thank all teams and drivers who competed in the series this year. Most recently, the Innisfil Indy Kart Team/GP Canada travelled to the Superkarts! USA SuperNationals in Las Vegas, Nevada with several CKC competitors. Taking on the tight and tricky temporary parking lot circuit at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, CKC drivers would be seen on the international stage at the competitive and prestigious event. Zack Meyer, Chad Campbell and 2014 CKC Shifter Champion Zach Shearer had a tough start to the weekend while in Las Vegas. With all three drivers having their engines prepared by Joe Launi at PowerHouse Racing Engines, the trio had the means to take on the demands of the SuperNationals XVIII. Meyer, Campbell and Shearer, and their mechanics worked hard all week, with all three finding their way into the top-20 in their respective categories. Battling staggering fields and international competition, everyone at the CKC, Innisfil Indy and GP Canada would like to thank the drivers for a job well done. A big thank you is also in order to Beppe and Gianpiero for their hospitality, as well as all the mechanics – Joe Launi, Darryl Timmers and Carlos Concalves. And last but not least, thank you to team owner Tony Launi. Stay tuned for more information on the 2015 season of the Canadian Karting Challenge! For more information on the Canadian Karting Challenge, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905.775.4686. For more information on PowerHouse Racing Engines, please contact Joe Launi at 416-991-6082 or online at www.powerhouseracingengines.com. Launi is currently accepting new clients for the Florida Winter Tour and the 2015 season. For information on press releases or other media services offered by Race Tech Development, please contact Mike Maurini via e-mail at Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com or 317.270.8723. Race Tech Development can also be found on Twitter at @RaceTechDvlp as well as Facebook at their Race Tech Development Fan Page.
Rogers TV reporter Bryce Turner is in the pits interviewing up-and-coming Indy Lights race car driver and Toronto-native Zack Meyer.
|1||May 9 Practice |
May 10 Race
|2||June 6 Practice|
June 7 Race
|3||June 27 Practice|
June 28 Race
July 25-26 Races
|5||August 8 Practice|
August 9 Race
|6||September 19 Practice|
September 20 Race
|C||12-15||300||Jr. Briggs/ Honda|
|B||15+||340||Sr. Briggs/ Honda|
|B||30+||370||Master Briggs/ Honda|
|B||15+||385||Sr. DD2 Rotax|
|B||30+||390||Sr. Master Rotax|
|C+||12+||350||Jr. 125cc Shifter|
|B/A||15+||385||Sr. 125cc Shifter|
|B/A||30+||405||Sr. 125cc Master|
|The series this year is a 6 race series allowing one drop .|
Tires are Vega Blue for dry/wet and must be purchased from Canadian Karting Challenge.
125 Shifter Tires are Vega White
If you want rain tires please order in advance as the at the track supply is “Limited”.
Canadian Karting Challenge Races are open to all Members of ASN Registered Karting Clubs
Canadian Karting Challenge follows the Commission International de Karting FIA (CIK-FIA) rules and regulations
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