"Purchase a new kart and receive an engine to use for free"
Article By: Race Tech Development
Innisfil, Ontario - March 29, 2013 - With the Canadian karting season just around the corner, Innisfil Indy Karting is pleased to announce a special incentive for those interested in purchasing a new kart. With the purchase of any model GP Racing kart, customers will receive an Innisfil Indy prepared engine for use during the entire 2013 karting season.
This newly announced engine incentive is a perfect opportunity for those interested in getting started in karting, or for the veteran karter alike. As a dealer for the GP Racing chassis line, Innisfil Indy will offer the engine program for any new chassis purchase with the buyer receiving the corresponding class of engine free of use during the 2013 Canadian karting season. Engines must be returned to Innisfil Indy at the end of the season.
Hit the track in style with a brand new GP Racing chassis for 2013 and get free use of an engine courtesy of Innisfil Indy!
Innisfil Indy is also proud to announce an additional prize to their amazing offering for the 2013 season. With a funded ride at stake during the 2013 SuperKarts! USA SuperNationals with GP Canada in the 125 Shifter category as they ramp up participation in the gearbox class, Innisfil Indy will add yet another amazing ride to the overall prize offering for two-stroke competitors. The ride will include a trip to Italy, excluding registration for a yet-to-be-determined series, to either the two-stoke Junior or Senior champions of the Innisfil Kart Club. The champion will be put in a draw to determine the grand prize winner. Stay tuned for more details on this exciting announcement and get ready to take on the 2013 season for a chance at the vast prizes to be awarded.
Racing action will kick off April 13 with the Innisfil Kart Club training day followed by Race #1 on April 14. The Innisfil Indy karting facility will then host the opening round of the Northern Ontario Karting Championship May 4-5.
The NOKC is a regional qualifying series for the Rotax Max Challenge and is operated by the Innisfil Kart Club. For more information on the NOKC, email email@example.com , call 905-775-4686 or visit www.nokc.ca. For more information on the Innisfil Kart Club, please visit www.innisfilkartclub.ca.