Sean Meier and Coyote Motorsports turned some heads September 25-27 at the 2015 World Karting Association Gold Cup Series Grand Nationals at Lamar County Speedway in Barnesville, Georgia, where Meier wheeled a brand-new 2016 Coyote Wide Track chassis to a sweep of the two Senior Pro Gas Animal main events at the historic quarter-mile sprint […]
The 2016 season has officially kicked off, and PSL is proud to announce their championship winning arrive and drive program for the two most prestigious series in America.
Kyle Luttrell Racing rounded out the 2015 World Karting Association Gold Cup Series with 10 drivers riding 12 different IONIC Edge Chassis in competition at the historic Lamar County Speedway in Barnesville, Ga., at the annual Gold Cup Grand Nationals. A competitive event that saw many of the best 4-cycle sprint racers in the country […]
Two very exciting and intense races have given the victory to the WLF lineup made by Panzeri, Bonanomi, Corti, Bini, Terzoli and Valsecchi. A great organizational success.
206 Cup Championship Highlights Coast-to-Coast Coyote Success in 2015 With the 2015 karting season nearing its completion, Coyote Motorsports is proud to announce coast-to-coast success for its chassis and customers with one of the highlights the Constructors Championship in the Briggs & Stratton 206 Cup. Billed as “the fastest growing 4-cycle karting series in America,” […]
Kyle Luttrell’s IONIC Edge Chassis had a big weekend in Southeast regional series racing. IONIC Edge racers collected wins at the Carolina Karting Challenge two-day event at Carolina Motorsports Park and the South Eastern Karting Alliance (SEKA) event at Twin Fountains Raceway in Tennessee. At Twin Fountains, Elijah Skaggs, Matt Skaggs and Mike Curran all […]
The second edition of the eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA for the TaG category in 2017 comes with some changes. Following the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour WinterNationals, an error was made in the March 29 standings with the incorrect base ranking for the event.
The event proved the series continued growth from 2016 with a record number of 70 entries in both the 2-stroke and 4-stroke classes for this first event of the year.
The event will take place at the circuit of Lignano Sabbiadoro and will see CRG Centurion karts on track with the best teams and drivers enthusiast of rental karting challenging each other. The drivers partaking in the event will be selected all around the world on the tracks employing CRG karts.
Hard work, determination and focus led Matt Miller to one of his ultimate goals in karting, a World Karting Association national championship in the Gold Cup Series. Miller’s two Gold Cup national championships highlighted a 2015 season that saw the Perry Hall, Md., native score six class championships between national, regional and local competition. Miller […]
Jason Yarbrough scores his second LO206 Senior national win of 2016 at Jacksonville, this time in the Gold Cup Series
North Carolina’s Eli Trull and Florida’s Corey Towles were the big winners at the inaugural AKRA American Sprint Cup Series “Southern Tour” Round 1 presented by Razor Chassis and Roberts Kart Shop March 18-20 at the 0.7-mile Carolina Motorsports Park Kart Track in Kershaw, S.C.
Boon, competing on a new version of the 2017 Coyote Wide Track that is tailored for smaller, lighter drivers, scored wins both days in Sportsman Pro Gas Animal, finished second in Saturday’s Sportsman LO206 final, and kicked off the weekend with a win in Friday night’s Sportsman LO206 Shootout event.
Scorching temperatures in the triple digits all weekend long did not deter a packed paddock area at Virginia International Raceway from putting on some of the best racing of the season to date, as theDunlop/Xeramic National Road Race Series presented by Russell Kartinghosted the Summer Nationals, stop #4 of the 5 race national program. Clearly leading the […]
Teams from five different states - Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana and North Carolina - made the trip to Barnesville the regional event, and they were greeted by hot temperatures near 90 degrees throughout the three-day event.
"Shannonville always is a family-friendly race and one of the events on our calendar that produces great on track battles," explains Innisfil's Tony Launi.
The Shifter Light class was dominated by local driver Casey Ross (DR Kart). Ross put his DR Kart on the Pole and never looked back with two heat race wins and the main event victory to sweep the weeknd.