blake boonJuly 21, 2014 – 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.

A 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.


SPENCERPORT, N.Y. – Coyote racers from across the eastern half of the country traveled to north Florida this month for the season-opening World Karting Association RLV Gold Cup Series national event at the popular 103rd Street Sports Complex, the traditional opening venue for WKA’s premier 4-cycle sprint series.

The much-anticipated Jacksonville event continued the Gold Cup Series’ recent resurgence guided by the strength of the Pro Gas Animal engine platform. Thirty racers started the premier Senior Pro Gas Animal divisions, while nearly 20 Sportsman Pro Gas teams were in attendance. The Junior Pro Gas division started 13 racers each day, drastically improved from last year’s numbers.


kershaw senior gasROCHESTER, N.Y. (October 17, 2013) – Coyote Motorsports and Coyote teams and drivers from across the eastern half of the country traveled to South Carolina this early October for the 2013 World Karting Association Gold Cup Series season finale at Carolina Motorsports Park in Kershaw, S.C.

The event was originally to be held at Rockingham Speedway, but internal problems at “The Rock” led WKA to announce in August that the series closer would be moved to the 0.7-mile Carolina Motorsports Park Sprint Track, a twisty, challenging kart track that had hosted the Gold Cup on only one previous occasion in 2010.


fauci camdenSPENCERPORT, N.Y. (Sept. 10, 2013) – Coyote Motorsports racers and teams have been on a roll in the World Karting Association Gold Cup Series and various other local and regional events throughout the country this summer.

Jim and Mark Lipari have hauled the Coyote Motorsports hauler west on two occasions over the past couple months, where they’ve supported and raced with numerous Coyote racers and families from around the country at WKA Gold Cup events.

Coyote racers have wheeled their karts to a total of 11 feature wins in the Gold Cup between July’s event at G&J Kartway in Camden, Ohio, and August’s Gold Cup Grand Nationals at Pittsburgh International Race Complex in western Pennsylvania.


480837 10151426260952539 1097856523 nROCHESTER, N.Y. – Coyote Motorsports continues work to develop its always-improving line of XP chassis and the latest test came a couple weeks ago at the World Karting Association RLV Gold Cup Series Michigan Kart Supply Nationals at JET Karting at Michiana in South Bend, Indiana.

Coyote drivers raced to eight wins in Indiana with Nick Fauci (3), Scott Kleman (2), Ryan Bavineau, Tim Stiefel and Cal Stewart all racing their Coyotes to feature victories.

The eight wins at South Bend coupled with seven at the Jacksonville Gold Cup opener has Coyote three wins ahead in the battle for the prestigious WKA Gold Cup Manufacturer Championship, an award that Coyote last won in 2010.


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