Team Coyote Scores First Kid Kart National Win at G&J Kartway WKA Gold Cup Event
Coyote racers from around the eastern half of the country traveled to southwest Ohio the weekend after Fourth of July for the second round of the World Karting Association Gold Cup Series at the historic G&J Kartway in Camden.
Two Coyote drivers netted wins at G&J, where over 200 entries made it another strong turnout for the Gold Cup.
The highlight of the weekend came Saturday when youngster Blake Boon raced his Coyote Kriptonite to his first-ever national win in the LO206 Kid Kart division. Blake out-raced three other competitors for his first Gold Cup triumph in his third event in the series. Boon made his series debut at the 2013 season-closer last October at Carolina Motorsports Park.
About Coyote Motorsports
Coyote is one of the original production go-kart chassis manufacturers in the United States.
Based in the Rochester suburb of Spencerport N.Y., Coyote is now owned and managed by longtime kart racer Jim Lipari. In addition to chassis manufacturing, Coyote is a full-service kart shop and machine shop capable of in-house manufacturing nearly all of the components on its popular line of karts.
Coyote is proud to conduct nearly all of its services at its home shop, including bending tubing with a computer-operated Pines 1000 tubing bender, TIG and MIG welding and painting with a state-of-the-art Nordson powder-coating system.
To learn more about Coyote Motorsports, visit www.CoyoteKarts.com