With a busy few weeks coming up at the Greg Moore Raceway in Chilliwack, British Columbia, the West Coast Kart Club and it’s members are opening up the invitation for everyone to join in on their growing Briggs & Stratton LO206 program. Throughout the past year the numbers have grown, and grown, and grown and the hope is to exceed 30 drivers at this weekends CAN-AM Karting Challenge event when the series makes the only Canadian stop of the season.
Featuring drivers from both the USA and Canada, with a mix of driving experiences from some who have competed on the international stage all the way down to the newbie, the LO206 class features exciting racing throughout the entire grid all battling on the challenging 1KM Greg Moore Raceway circuit.
Blake Choquer, who finished third place at last years ASN Canadian National Karting Championships, has been a heavy advocate for the program and even takes the time to jump in a kart and race at each opportunity when he see’s the grids clear 20 karts.
CanadianKartingNews.com will be trackside in Chilliwack, BC this weekend for the CAN-AM Karting Challenge event and cannot wait to see the racing arise in Briggs LO206 among the full array of Rotax and Shifter classes that will also be in action.
For more information about the CAN-AM Karting Challenge visit http://canamkartingchallenge.com
Photo courtesy: Blake Choquer.
Below: Check out this epic racing between Derek Wang and Bryce Choquer for the victory last weekend at GMR.