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SPENCERPORT, N.Y. (October 6, 2015) – 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 track.

After round three of the Gold Cup Series in July at Ohio’s G&J Kartway, Coyote went to work on a new Wide Track chassis design for 2016, with the goal to test the kart at the season-closing Grand Nationals. Months of hard work paid off, as Coyote was able to finish the kart in time for the big event, and give Meier an opportunity to race it at Barnesville.


product page update screenshotSPENCERPORT, N.Y. (May 28, 2015) – If you’re a regular visitor to our website, you’ve likely noticed a number of improvements to our Product pages in recent months.

In fact, we’re proud to state that nearly every one of our official website’s Product pages has now been upgraded with a fresh redesign, new images and more accurate information!

This has been an ongoing process and it will continue to be a continuous effort throughout the summer months. Our team has spent numerous hours revamping the Product pages to give our customers a more user-friendly experience, and we’re proud with the improvements that have been made, and eager to continue the development.


palm beach FPKT 2015SPENCERPORT, N.Y. — Several of our Coyote Motorsports racers took advantage of the new Florida Pro Kart Tour season-opening event earlier this month at the Palm Beach Kart Center to compete in the growingly popular Briggs LO206 division, which continues to gain momentum in sprint-kart series around the United States.

A strong field of 17 LO206 racers were in attendance at Palm Beach, where the three-race winter series kicked off January 10-11. Included in the field were Coyote racers Sean Meier, Patrick O’Neal, Bradley Farmer, whose Brad’s Heating & Cooling company sponsored the division, and our own Jim Lipari made the trip from a cold and snowy upstate New York to compete at the event.


IMG 0269SPENCERPORT, N.Y. (NOVEMBER 2014) – Four-cycle sprint karting teams from across the east coast traveled to Kershaw, South Carolina, October 17-19 for the season-closing World Karting Association RLV Gold Cup Series Grand Nationals at the popular Carolina Motorsports Park, located roughly an hour south of Charlotte on U.S. Route 521.

With an eye to utilize the 2014 Gold Cup season closer as a serious research and development weekend, Coyote Motorsports traveled to CMP’s challenging 0.7-mile kart track with a new-style XP and Wide Track chassis. Coyote owner Jim Lipari would race the new XP in the Animal Medium division and Florida’s Sean Meier was ready to test the new Wide Track in the Senior Pro Gas Animal classes.

Lipari was also focused on a national championship as Animal Medium wins at Jacksonville in March and South Bend in August had him in place to score the class title.


SPENCERPORT, N.Y. – Wayne Wispelaere, founder of one of the all-time leading American go-kart chassis manufacturers Coyote Products, passed away last week, September 25, at age 66.

Wispelaere founded KIM Associates in 1972 and several years later the company would become Coyote Products, featuring its leading chassis model, the Coyote “Bullet.” With the help of his brother, Ed, Wispelaere started the business working out of his garage and basement at his Spencerport, N.Y., home near Rochester.

In the early 1990s Wispelaere moved Coyote into a state-of-the-art building on Turner Drive in Spencerport. Mark and Jim Lipari purchased the building from Wispelaere in 2007, and the father-son duo continues to operate Coyote at the Turner Drive location today as Bullet Industries, DBA Coyote Motorsports.

Wayne Wispelaere was inducted into the World Karting Association Hall of Fame in 1999.


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