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Saturday July 8, 2017 CKC #3 / Vega Cup #2 @MOSPORT

Canadian Karting Challenge Race #3 ... Vega Cup #2

June 11th is the third race of the CKC series and the second of the Vega Cup series... please review the Junior, Senior and Masters 125 CC Open Shifter Supplementary Regulations Driver Eligibility for the 125 Open Shifter Classes a) Residents of Canada Canadian residents must be members in good standing of any ASN Canada FIA Affiliated kart club. They may enter any Class provided they possess the appropriate ASN National Grade license, their kart meets the appropriate technical requirements, and the driver meets the entry qualifications for their particular class. b) Residents of the USA For all classes, residents of the USA must possess a current and valid License/membership issued by the World Karting Association or possess a USAC license. Foreign Drivers Foreign drivers are non-Canadian and non-USA drivers and must possess a current and valid National License issued by the ASN of their home country. Shifter Spec Fuel and Tires are available at the track.
2017 IKC & CKC RACE SCHEDULE Registration: 7:30am to 8:30am Driver’s Meeting: 8:45am Practice: 9:00am SHARP

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CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE TAKES ON LAUNI MINDBENDER LAYOUT WITH HUGE SUCCESS "Vega Cup debuts at Innisfil Indy circuit"

June 16, 2017 - Hosted by Innisfil Indy, round two of the Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) was held June 11 and saw a great day of competitive racing. Also featuring the debut of the Vega Cup for shifter classes, drivers took to the challenging Launi MindBender Uphill layout amid the fun and gracious hospitality of the Innisfil facility. "It was a great day with heavy, competitive racing, and lots of bumping and grinding to get to the front of the pack," explains Innsifil's Tony Launi. "Innisfil has maintained a shifter following for the last six years, and we have seen continued growth in Junior, Senior and Masters. Shifters never left Ontario, and I am glad to see a shifter-specific series in the Vega Cup come to fruition through Daniel DiLeo's and my vision to continue to grow shifter classes throughout the region." In TM KZ Junior, Simone Masini and Stefano Lucente battled for the win, with Masini coming out the victor. Nicky Palladino completed the podium. Gianluca Savaglio placed first in the ROK Junior category, which ran combined with the junior shifters. TM KZ Senior saw Marco DiLeo (Intrepid) come out on top of a solid field, with drivers getting to know the light system after three failed starts. Zachary Shearer (GP Kart) claimed second place honors for Vega Cup #1, while Frank Launi went from last to third to complete the podium. Running in the combined class with the senior shifters, ROK Senior first place went to Ethan Simioni, followed by Davide Greco in second and Joshua Conquer in third. Jimmy Lo took top honors in TM KZ Master, with Tony Demarco and Daniel Uruena completing the podium. In Briggs classes, Zachary Vanier came out on top in Novice/Junior Briggs, followed by Jac Young and Owyn Thomas. Vassil Tchiplakov and Eli Yanko placed first respectively in the combined Senior/Master Briggs category. And in Micro Max, Joseph Launi topped with podium with Antonio Ferrari second and Jordan Smith third. "We enjoyed having everyone here for our CKC Race #2 and Vega Cup #1," continues Launi. "We had lots of attendees that commented on our facility and how much they enjoyed it. We hope to see even more drivers out for our next event, July 8 at Mosport for both Canadian Karting Challenge and Vega Cup. We have a lot of amazing prizes on the line for our series drivers!" CKC prizes include:

Briggs Classes

• Points leader of the six races for Jr. Briggs, Sr. Briggs and Master Briggs will receive a FREE RIDE and REGISTRATION to the 2017 Canadian Nationals at Mosport Kartways August 23-27.

Shifter Classes

• TM KZ Junior winner of the six races for will receive the option for a RIDE to the Superkarts! USA SuperNationals in Las Vegas Nevada November 15-19 or a free TM Engine. • TM KZ Senior winner will receive a RIDE to SuperNationals in Las Vegas this November or the CIK-FIA World Karting Championship in Wackersdorf, Germany September 7-10. • TM KZ Master Points Leader will receive REGISTRATION to Canadian Nationals at Mosport. Finally, a special thank you is extended to Steve Auger and Josh Munn for doing running Tech, Emilo Bonifazi for Grid, Paul Harlow the Race Director, Roy Monteiro for taking the time to take some amazing photos of the drivers as well as everyone else who makes the series events possible. Also, a big thank you to event sponsor Andrea Masini & Ultra Coat Industries for race and drivers lunch. The CKC is thankful for your gracious contributions to the series and value you tremendously as a partner. For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.com, call 905-775-4686 or visit www.canadiankartingchallenge.com. 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.

Innisfil Indy Braves the Cold Hosting Snow Races

Full Story CKN Who says the karting season is only six months long in Canada? Not the track owners at the Innisfil Indy in Ontario, thats for sure! Taking advantage of the snowy conditions and looking for an opportunity to jump back into a go-kart, the track is hosting a snow races throughout the weekend, putting drivers into rental karts for some snow-flying action. Two races have been held so far and race three hits the track Saturday, February 4!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com Prepared by: Race Tech Development Date: January 19, 2017 CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE ANNOUNCES 2017 SCHEDULE "New Vega Cup Shifter series to visit Innisfil June 11" January 19, 2017 - Entering their fourth season of competition, the Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) is set for yet another exciting year. Offering a six-race championship for all Canadian Karting Challenge and Innisfil Kart Club classes, the CKC will also run with the newly established Vega Cup, a separate, joint four round series with Innisfil and Mosport for shifter drivers. "We are pleased to join the new Vega Cup and offer all of our Canadian Karting Challenge drivers an exciting traveling schedule in 2017," explains Innisfil's Tony Launi. "We have always been strong supporters of shifter kart racing and this new series will be a great outlet for shifter drivers while also keeping our CKC and IKC pilots in mind." The Vega Cup series will run in addition to all Canadian Karting Challenge classes, with Vega series drivers able to win two separate championships. CKC classes will have a six-round championship, with Vega Cup classes running four rounds. Additionally, the 2017 CKC schedule has no conflicts with the Eastern Canadian Karting Championship (ECKC) and Champion Ron Fellows Karting Challenge (CRFKC). Kicking off the season is the Canadian Karting Challenge on Sunday, May 7, 2017. The first Vega Cup event will take place at Innisfil Indy on Sunday, June 11, running in conjunction with all CKC classes. Vega Cup and CKC will continue the season at Mosport Kartways Saturday, July 8 and Sunday, July 30. The joint series will then head to the challenging Shannonville Motorsport Park for IKC/ CKC on Saturday, August 5 and CKC/ Vega Cup Sunday, August 6. The 2017 Canadian Karting Challenge will then conclude Sunday, September 17 back at Innisfil Indy. Please stay tuned for more information on the upcoming 2017 season. The information will be posted on our websites. For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.com, call 905-775-4686 or visit www.canadiankartingchallenge.com.
CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE & VEGA CUP 2017 RACE #1 – Sunday May 7, 2017 - CKC & IKC Pnts @ INNISFIL RACE #2 – Sunday June 11, 2017 - CKC & VEGA Cup @ INNISFIL RACE #3 – Saturday July 8, 2017 - VEGA Cup & CKC @ MOSPORT RACE #4 – Sunday July 30, 2017 - VEGA Cup & CKC @ MOSPORT RACE #5 – Saturday August 5. 2017 - CKC & IKC Pnts @ SHANNONVILLE RACE #6 – Sunday August 6. 2017 - CKC & VEGA Cup @ SHANNONVILLE RACE #7 – Sunday September 17, 2017 - CKC & IKC Pnts @ INNISFIL VEGA CUP SHIFTER JUNIOR, SENIOR & MASTER WINNERS WILL RECEIVE REGISTRATION AND TIRES FREE. August 25-27 ASN Canada FIA Canadian Karting Championships Mosport Kartways Bowmanville, Ontario
CKC-JR. SHIFTER 1st – LUCIO MASINI 2nd – SIMONE MASINI 3rd – MATTHEW BARRY CKC-MICRO MAX 1st – JOSEPH LAUNI 2nd – ALYSSA LAUNI 3rd – JORDAN SMITH
CKC-SR. SHIFTER 1st – FRANK LAUNI 2nd – ZACHARY SHEARER 3rd – CHAD CAMPBELL CKC-ROTAX MASTER/ DD2 MASTER 1st – JOHN MONTEIRO 2nd – JUSTIN LABRECHE 3rd – BOB STOCKMAN

2016 CKC Ride to Vegas

2016 CKC 125cc Shifter Winners getting a Free Ride to Vegas in 2016 Jr. 125cc Shifter - LUCIO MASINI Sr. 125cc Shifter - FRANK LAUNI Winners for all other CKC Championship there will be $1000 rewarded and split. 1st $500, 2nd $300 and 3rd $200 provided that the entries are met.

CKC Shannonville July 22-24 ...Spec fuel from Village Variety 5717 Old Highway 2 (near Old HWY 2 and Shannonville Rd) ...Tires for ROTAX are MOJO or VEGA

Pre-Registration

Series officials are asking drivers to register early. Anyone who registers before Sunday, July 10 will receive free parking (some restrictions apply). A "RACE HARD OR GO HOME" t-shirt will also be included in registration, provided by the CKC. Email racing@innisfilindy.com or call 905-775-4686 to register. Innisfil Indy is also offering shifter kart rentals for the Shannonville race. More details and information can be found by calling 905-775-4686. All rentals must be booked by Sunday, July 10.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of Mark Learn. The Launi Family's and the Club's thoughts and prayers are with the Learn Family in this time of sorrow. Mark passed away peacefully in the early hours Monday December 26. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday December 30th from 11am to 12pm. Visitation with the family before the memorial service is from 10am to 11am. Cremation has taken place. Condolences may be offered online at www.EganFuneralHome.com
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DETAILS ANNOUNCED FOR CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE AT SHANNONVILLE "CKC returns to Shannonville July 22-24"

July 5, 2016 - A must-attend event for ASN Canada drivers in all classes including shifter and Rotax DD2, the Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) is pleased to announce details for their upcoming event at Shannonville Motorsport Park July 22-24. Running the Full Nelson layout, series drivers and Innsifil Kart Club participants will feel the speed and excitement Shannonville is known for. "The track is ideally suited for shifter and DD2 racing, so if you have a kart we urge you to come to Shannonville for a spectacular event," explains Innisfil's Tony Launi. "There will be a lot of track time for all classes, and we have some amazing prizes and giveaways." Event Details: • Friday, July 22 - Practice from 5pm-9pm • Saturday, July 23 - IKC/CKC Doubler Header Race • Sunday, July 24 - CKC Race #5 Prize Details: • Tires will be awarded to the day's fastest time for Junior Shifter with an additional set drawn at trophy presentations • Cash prizes for Junior Shifter: 1st $500, 2nd $300 and 3rd $200 - Sponsored by Andrea Masini from Ultra Coat Industries • Coveted Bear Trophies for all First Place finishers • For all classes that reach a minimum of 10 drivers, cash prizes: 1st $250, 2nd $150 and 3rd $100, excluding Shifter classes • Shifter classes will be hunting for championship points, as both the Jr. 125cc Shifter and Sr. 125cc Shifter class champions will win a ride to the 2016 Superkarts! USA SuperNationals in Las Vegas, Nevada at the conclusion of the 2016 series Series officials are asking drivers to register early. Anyone who registers before Sunday, July 10 will receive free parking (some restrictions apply). A "RACE HARD OR GO HOME" t-shirt will also be included in registration, provided by the CKC. Email racing@innisfilindy.com or call 905-775-4686 to register. Innisfil Indy is also offering shifter kart rentals for the Shannonville race. More details and information can be found by calling 905-775-4686. All rentals must be booked by Sunday, July 10. The CKC would like to thank Junior Shifter sponsor of CKC Race #3 on Sunday, June 26, the Barry Family at JBB Technical Installations. Karting relies on support from outside industry, and the CKC is very thankful for support from families like the Barry's. Also thank you to Andrea Masini from Ultra Coat Industries and John Ciufo from Dumont Contractors Inc. for all their support and sponsorship of Junior Shifter. For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.com, call 905-775-4686 or visit www.canadiankartingchallenge.com. 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.

CKC's Big Event at Shannonville

The CKC will be a must attend at Shannonville on July 23-24. Competitors will get to experience the full Nelson track- which means lots of speed and racing excitement. This is the place to be especially if you have a shifter or DD2. Tons of prizes and track time. Open practice will be available on Friday July 22 from 5pm to 9pm. For more information visit www.canadiankartingchallenge.com or visit the CKC- Canadian Karting Challenge Facebook page
This Saturday's June 18th Night Fun Race registration starts at 3pm ...everyone from any club is welcome.
One week starting today we have a special . JR 125 shifter kart complete with a TM motor, seat, tires, magnesium rims Reg Price $ 13,999.00 Special price $12,999.00. SR 125 shifter kart complete with a TM motor super stock, seat, tires, magnesium rims Reg Price $14,999.00 Special Price $13,999.00
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com Prepared by: Race Tech Development Date: May 17, 2016 2016 CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE RESUMES MAY 29 AT INNISFIL "Race #2 to see tire giveaways and the start of engine draws" May 17, 2016 - After bad weather plagued the opening round of the 2016 Canadian Karting Challenge, Race #2, set for May 29 at Innisfil Indy will be yet another chance for regional drivers to come out and showcase their driving skills on a very technical track, running Layout #1. Some exciting additions have been announced by the CKC for Race #2 hosted on May 29. All registered Senior Shifter drivers, along with combined Junior and Senior Briggs, will be entered into a draw to win a new set of tires. The tire prize draw will be held at the Trophy Presentation. No substitutions will be allowed for this prize and registrant must be present at time of draw. Hot Off the Press - Junior Shifters Prize Breakdown for CKC Race #2, Sponsored by Ultra Coat Industries: 1st - $500 2nd - $300 3rd - $200 4th & 5th - Free Entry to next IKC race In addition, all Junior Shifter registrants will be entered to win a set of tires and one set of tires will be awarded to the fastest driver of the day. Prizes for Junior Shifter for IKC Race #5 - Saturday, May 28 & IKC Race #6 - Sunday, June 12 at Sutton, Sponsored by Dumont Contractors Inc.: 1st - $250 2nd - $150 3rd - $100 Additionally all Briggs Junior and Senior drivers, starting at the May 29 round, will be entered into a draw to win a new Briggs engine once they complete registration. Junior Shifter and Senior Shifter classes will also be entered into a draw to win a 125cc TM Shifter engine. For both engine draws, one ballot will be entered every time a driver registers at each CKC race event, increasing the chances of winning by attending multiple events. Please note only one Briggs engine and one Shifter engine will be awarded at the end of the CKC series at the year-end banquet that will be held in November of 2016. Winner must be present to claim prize. Shannonville Information CKC's yearly Shannonville event, hosted on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24, is set to run the Nelson Circuit. "This is the first time we will be running this track for our CKC series. We wanted to offer drivers a longer, faster and smoother track at 1.8km," said Innisfil's Tony Launi. "Drivers can come out and practice before Saturday's race on Friday, July 22 from 5pm to 9pm. Stay tuned for more exciting details to follow." Additionally, Innisfil Indy has specials on Shifter race-ready karts for $12,999.00 (regular price $14,999.00). Offer ends May 31, 2016. Shifter kart rentals and sales are also available through Innisfil Indy, please contact them for additional details. "Thank you to everyone who came out for Race #1. Despite the bad weather, we still had a great turn out," continued Launi. "We are proud to say Innisfil is the home of the largest DD2 and Shifter classes in Ontario. Everyone is welcome at the CKC and IKC events and we hope to see you all May 29." "Santa Claus is back!" Launi concluded. "Be sure to be ready for some more great CKC action in a few week's time." 2016 Canadian Karting Challenge Schedule CKC Race #2 - Sunday, May 29 (Layout 1) CKC Race #3 - Sunday, June 26 (Layout 2) CKC Race #4 - Saturday, July 23 (Shannonville) CKC Race #5 - Sunday, July 24 (Shannonville) CKC Race #6 - Sunday, September 11 (Launi Downhill) Tony Launi has over 40 years of experience in the karting industry. Innisfil Indy offers engine building, full service, part sales and driver training. For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.com, call 905-775-4686 or visit www.canadiankartingchallenge.com. 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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com Prepared by: Race Tech Development Date: April 28, 2016 FIRST ROUND OF THE 2016 CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE ON TRACK THIS WEEKEND IN INNISFIL "IKC Race #3 Saturday, CKC Race #1 Sunday" April 28, 2016 - With the snow melted and spring on its way, karting action has now started in Ontario. The opening round of the 2016 Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) is set for this Sunday, May 1, with Innisfil Kart Club (IKC) on track Saturday, April 30, both at the fun and family-friendly Innsifil Indy kart track. Round #1 will run the popular "Launi MindBender Uphill" layout. The layout can be viewed on the CKC website under the Schedule section. Class information is also available here. "We are excited to get the 2016 CKC season underway," states Innisfil's Tony Launi. "There are some amazing prizes up for grabs including SuperNationals packages and cash for championship podium finishers at the conclusion of the 2016 series." Launi MindBender Uphill For the 2016 CKC, both the Jr. 125cc Shifter and Sr. 125cc Shifter class champions will win a ride to the 2016 Superkarts! USA SuperNationals in Las Vegas, Nevada. No cash value or substitutions will be allowed with this prize. Additionally, cash prizes will be awarded to CKC class points champions following the six round series (excluding Jr. and Sr. Shifter classes) with $500 going to 1st, $300 to 2nd and $200 to 3rd for each class, provided entries are met. "The snack bar is open and we are now offering pizza on the menu," continues Launi. "Everyone is welcome, and we look forward to seeing you all. Let's have fun and enjoy the season!" For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.com, call 905-775-4686 or visit www.canadiankartingchallenge.com. 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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com Prepared by: Race Tech Development Release: December 16, 2015 ________________________________________ 2016 CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE DETAILS AND AWARDS ANNOUNCED "Innisfil Indy also running a Christmas/New Year's special until January 1, 2016" December 16, 2015 - After a successful General Meeting in mid-November, officials with the Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) and Innisfil Kart Club (IKC) are pleased to announce details and prize specifics for the 2016 racing season. CKC is pleased to announce the series will return to the fast and challenging Shannonville Motorsport Park in 2016. Friday, July 22 will see practice from 5pm-9pm, with a doubleheader race weekend to follow Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24. CKC drivers will take to a new, larger racecourse than previous years, which will add to the excitement of racing at the well-known Canadian venue. 2016 Shannonville layout Prize packages have also been set for 2016. Both the Jr. 125cc Shifter and Sr. 125cc Shifter Champions will win a ride to 2016 Superkarts! USA SuperNationals in Las Vegas, Nevada. No cash value or substitutions will be allowed with this prize. Additionally, cash prizes will be awarded to CKC Champions (excluding Jr. and Sr. Shifter classes) with $500 going to 1st, $300 to 2nd and $200 to 3rd for each class. "Thank you to everyone who came out to the General Meeting and to everyone who supported us during the 2015 season," explains Innisfil Indy's Tony Launi. "2016 is shaping up to be a great season. Once the snow melts we will be back on track! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!" Innisfil Indy is also currently running a Christmas/New Year's special now until January 1, 2016: • 2-Stroke Karts 20% off • 4-Stroke Karts 10% off • 15% off Parts and Accessories • IKC Memberships $75 + tax For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com Prepared by: Race Tech Development Release: October 8, 2015 ________________________________________ INNISFIL KART CLUB TO HOST ENDURO RACE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18 "Important information also released for year-end gala and general meeting" Innisfil, Ontario - October 8, 2015 - Innisfil Kart Club (IKC) is pleased to announce they will host an Enduro Race Sunday, October 18, 2015 starting at 9am. Teams of two drivers will race Arrive and Drive karts, provided by Innisfil Indy's Tony Launi, for the event. Cost for each team is $150 with $50 of each entry going to support prostate cancer awareness. Please email racing@innisfilindy.com or call 905-775-4686 to register for this fun and special event. Additionally, IKC will host the Year-End Gala and Banquet Saturday, November 7, 2015 at the Rizzo Banquet Hall in Etobicoke starting at 5:30pm. The gala will include a five-course meal, draws, prizes and a DJ. "The Year-End Gala is always a great way to end the season," explains Tony Launi. "Come out and have fun, and help us congratulate all our winners and champions for both the IKC and CKC." Deadline for tickets is Sunday, October 25. Please call Rose Launi at 905-775-4686 for more information. Finally, the General Meeting is set for Sunday, November 15, 2015 from 1pm-4pm to discuss the 2016 season. The meeting will be held at Grange Hall in Lefroy, and all are encouraged to attend. If you have a topic or concern you would like to discuss at the meeting, please email Teresa at innisfilindypoints@hotmail.com no later than November 1 so points can be added to the agenda for discussion. "All are welcome at the general meeting - drivers, families, mechanics, engine builders, teams, etc.," adds Launi. "We want to hear input from all sides, so please make plans to attend this important meeting." For more information the Innisfil Kart Club and the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.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. Please be sure to join in the racing and festivities - all clubs are welcome!

The Bear Grand Prix

On behalf of the Launi Family and IKC we would like to thank everyone for coming out and supporting us at Shannonville. Thanks to all our sponsors, Masini Family @ Ultracoat Industries, Iozzo Family @ D.I Auto Inc, Campbell Family @ Canadian Tire Fergus, GP Canada and Lloyd Shearer for setting us up year after year with Timing We hope that those who came out had fun and enjoyed a weekend of racing. Congratulations to all our Winners and the great racing that was being showcased. If anyone has questions or suggestions about the event or about hosting the event for next year please feel free to send an email at racing@innisfilindy.com.
MYLAPS... Shannonvile Race IKC #9/ CKC #4
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com Prepared by: Race Tech Development Date: August 4, 2015 THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF CANADIAN KARTING CHALLENGE’S THE BEAR GRAND PRIX AT SHANNONVILLE “Reminders for upcoming CKC and IKC races” August 4, 2015 – The Canadian Karting Challenge (CKC) and Innisfil Kart Club (IKC) would like to thank everyone for their support of the recent Bear Grand Prix at Shannonville. With a great turnout, lots of prizes, exciting racing action, and fun had by everyone, the event was an overwhelming success. “We must thank everyone that supported us during the event,” explains Innisfil Indy’s Tony Launi. “Thank you to Steve & Mina from the Toronto Kart Club for supporting us, as well as all the Kawartha club and racers that came out from all over the region. We would also like to congratulate all the winners and all the participants on a job well done. An extra special thanks goes to all of our sponsors: Ultra Coat Industries, the Masini Family,D.I. Auto, the Iozzo Family, Canadian Tire, and the Campbells. Without your support, the Shannonville event would not be possible. Additionally, thank you especially to the Shannonville Motorsport Park, all the corner workers, Mr. Smith for ambulance services, the race director and all the volunteers for scoring and scales. We had a great turn out! See you in 2016!” Series officials would like to remind all racers the Saturday, August 8th night race will be a points race replacing IKC Race #4 from May 24th that was canceled due to the ECKC race. The night race will be lots of fun, with a barbeque for all. Also on Sunday, August 9th is the CKC points Race #5 with TKC. Please be sure to join in the racing and festivities - all clubs are welcome! Please be sure to check www.InnisfilKartClub.ca for up-to-date news, information, points and schedule details. For more information the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.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.

Zack Meyer on Summer SportZone

Rogers TV reporter Bryce Turner is in the pits interviewing up-and-coming Indy Lights race car driver and Toronto-native Zack Meyer.



06.04.13 EKN.ca One-on-One:
Northern Ontario Karting Championship's Tony Launi