FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Race Tech Development - Mike Maurini - 317.270.8723 Prepared by: Race Tech Development Date: January 16, 2015 INNISFIL KART CLUB/CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE GENERAL MEETING SETS TONE FOR 2015 RACING SEASON “Club and Series members attend general meeting in Innisfil” January 16, 2015 – With the 2015 racing season fast approaching, Innisfil Kart Club (IKC) members and Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) drivers gathered this past Saturday, January 10 for the annual General Meeting held at Grange Hall in Innisfil, Ontario. Discussing items for the upcoming season, everyone is exciting to get to racing in 2015! “We’d like to thank everyone that came out to give feedback during the meeting,” explained Innisfil Karting’s Tony Launi. “We always try to make our club and series welcoming and friendly to all who attend, so being able to hear from our racers helps make the experience better for everyone!” Highlighting information from this year’s General Meeting, Canadian Karting Challenge registration will be $100 for all classes in 2015, while the Sr. 125cc Shifter Champion will be the only class awarded a ride to the SuperNationals in Las Vegas for 2015. Additionally, $20 from each registration will be collected for end of the season cash awards. The total amount will be split among the first, second and third place championship finishers in all two-stroke and four-stroke classes, except for Sr. 125cc Shifter. 2015 class offerings for CKC and IKC include: Novice, Jr. Briggs/ Honda, Sr. Briggs/ Honda, Master Briggs/ Honda, Sr. Rotax, Sr. DD2 Rotax, Sr. Master Rotax, DD2 Master, Micro Max, Mini Max, Jr. Rotax, Jr. 125cc Shifter, Sr. 125cc Shifter, Sr. 125cc Master. All two-stroke classes will run based on TaG rules with no engine modifications, with Briggs and Honda classes each running their own rules set. Stay tuned for more information on the 2015 season of both the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge! For more information on the Canadian Karting Challenge, email email@example.com or call 905.775.4686. 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||*July 4 Practice|
*July 5 Race
*July 24 4-8pm Practice
July 25-26 Races
|5||August 8 Practice|
August 9 Race
|*6||*September 12 Practice|
*September 13 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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