This past weekend, the West Coast Kart Club witnessed the largest turnout of drivers in one class, ever.
Lining up on the grid at the Greg Moore Raceway was 28 drivers in the Briggs & Stratton Senior division, a massive gain of drivers not only for the club, but the class as well.
With the likes of Blake Choquer, who stood on the Canadian National podium this summer, Chris Eagles, who is the 2014 ROK Cup Champion, and many others, the racing was spectacular and continues to drive attention to those interested in the club.
For the Briggs & Stratton program, this is a huge step in the a region that was suffering to get the wheels in motion. Just over a month ago there was less than ten Briggs drivers enter the Western Canadian Championship.
Wining the overall Final was Jordan Redlin.