PR by: K&K Kart
The K&K Team ended a very successful 2013 season in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec recently. The team headed to Tremblant with hopes of wrapping up two Eastern Canadian Karting Championship Class Championships, in both Briggs & Stratton Junior and Senior. The team would also run for the first time in the Quebec Cup races, on Saturday. What unfolded over the weekend was nothing short of phenomenal, and certainly one of the highlights of Team K&K’s five year history.
Five K&K Team drivers made the trip to Mont-Tremblant. Andre Fiorini, Jordan Latimer, Jon Treadwell, Keith Barrick and Kyle Aulenback pulled off a miracle, by winning 2 of 3 Quebec Cup Briggs classes on Saturday, and all 3 Jr/Sr/Masters ECKC
classes on Sunday. In the process, Jordan Latimer wrapped up the Junior Briggs ECKC Championship and Jon Treadwell won the ECKC Senior Briggs Championship after dominating the class all year. The newest addition to the K&K Team, Braxton Terry, made the switch to K&K on Saturday night, and with a photo finish third place on Sunday, earned a 2nd place in the ECKC Championship, behind teammate Latimer.
K&K Kart, which has been in development for 5 years, is the only self branded, Italian made quality chassis, designed specifically for Briggs/Honda racing in North America. K&K’s mandate is to focus not only on the quickly emerging Briggs & Stratton market, but the entry level, budget conscious racer. “The results and growth speak for themselves,” stated K&K president, Kevin Barrick. “Not much more to say,” he added.
Watch for major announcements from K&K Kart for 2014.
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