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GREAT TURNOUT AT Canadian Karting Challenge AND INNISFIL KART CLUB SPRING GENERAL MEETING

3/11/2014

"Series and racers alike ready for upcoming season to begin"

Innisfil, Ontario - March 12, 2014 - After a successful Spring General Meeting for the Canadian Karting Challenge and Innisfil Kart Club (IKC), series and club organizers, as well as interested racers, are excited to get the upcoming karting season underway. With 65 people in attendance at the March 9 meeting in Innisfil, participation is expected to be high in the six round Canadian Karting Challenge and the popular IKC.

"It was great to see everyone," expressed Innisfil Indy's Rose Launi. "We would like to thank you all for participating in the important informational meeting, and now we are all ready to get the karting season underway!"

Items discussed at the meeting included a generous prize package for the Canadian Karting Challenge. The Senior 125cc Shifter class champion will receive a three-day test school at Skip Barber. Also, the Junior competitor with the most points in all classes will win either a new chassis or funded ride at the SuperKarts! USA SuperNationals in Las Vegas, Nevada this November. The Senior competitor with the most points in all classes will also be able to choose from either a new chassis or a funded ride to the SuperNationals.

Additionally, each 2-cycle class with a minimum of ten entries will receive cash prizes of $250 for first place, $150 for second, and $100 for third. If that weren't enough, all classes on the championship podium (1st, 2nd and 3rd) will receive a trophy and champion jacket at the year-end banquet.

Registration for the Canadian Karting Challenge is $100 per race. Racers can pre-register for only $85, a savings of $15. Please check the www.nokc.ca website for the announcement of the registration deadline. For all non-IKC members, please note that if you would like to register your kart number, you must pay your first race fee of $85. Race tires must be purchased through the series, and officials urge all competitors to order rain tires as soon as possible.


2014 Canadian Karting Challenge Series Schedule
Round #1: May 31 - Practice
Innisfil Indy June 1 - Race

Round #2: June 21 - Practice
Innisfil Indy June 22 - Race

Round #3: July 11-12 - Practice
Shannonville July 13 - Race

Round #4: TBA
Hamilton Street Race

Round #5: August 9 - Practice
Innisfil Indy August 10 - Race

Round #6: September 20 - Practice
Innisfil Indy September 21 - Race

2014 Canadian Karting Challenge classes to be offered include Senior 125cc Shifter, Junior 125cc Shifter, Senior TaG/Rotax, Junior TaG/Rotax, DD2, TaG 60cc Cadet and TaG 80cc Master. TaG classes will follow current Florida Winter Tour/CIK rules. 4-cycle classes include Junior Honda Lite, Junior Honda and Briggs, Senior Honda and Briggs, and Master Honda and Briggs.

For more information on the Canadian Karting Challenge, email racing@innisfilindy.com or call 905.775.4686.

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