Rotax karts invade Greg Moore Raceway

The top kart drivers in the Northwest region battle over two days this weekend in the Rotax Can-Am Karting Challenge.

Chilliwack’s Greg Moore Raceway hosts the best of the best in the Rotax Can-Am Karting Challenge this weekend.

The third stop in this Northwest regional series sees riders competing in 15 different classes.

They hit the track for practice runs Friday followed by two full days of racing action Saturday and Sunday.

The series made previous stops in Richland, WA (April 17-19) and Medford, OR (May 29-31).

American Rotax racers are working towards the 2015 US Rotax Grand Nationals, while all Rotax drivers race for one of four tickets to the 2015 Rotax Grand Finals in senior, DD2, DD2 masters and junior max.

SKUSA (Superkarts! USA) class champions race for a guaranteed starting spot at the SKUSA SuperNationals XIX, running July 24-26 at the New Castle Motorsports Park in Las Vegas.

The Rotax Can-Am Karting Challenge has one more event before the season ends, visiting Pat’s Acres Racing Complex in Canby, OR Sept. 11-13.

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