The Briggs & Stratton Weekly Racing Series has a prize vault valued at just over $58,000, with sponsors such as RLV Tuned Axhaust, KartLift, Franklin Motorsports, Amsoil, Noram, EK Chain, Zamp, Hilliard and Briggs & Stratton. The top-100 drivers from each division will earn an item from the prize vault.
By finishing third in Canada, Daniel Demaras won an incredibly cool motorized kart stand from WinchLift.
The WinchLift LT is the first step to your kart handing system. Simply add a battery and you’ve got yourself a machine capable of lifting karts weighing up to 300 lbs with push button ease. The powder coated frame is fabricated from full 1.25″ steel tubing. A 2″ wide nylon strap is used in place of the typical winch cable and provides a reliable, safe, lift. The high quality 10″ flat-free tires have long life bearings that won’t wear out. Eight inch flat-free tires on precision swivel casters mounted on the rear of the stand provide rough terrain capabilities and turning ease. The large rear handle provides a comfortable platform from which to push your kart. Made in the USA.
Price USD $770.00 plus USD $104.00 shipping to the lower 48 states.
Demaras’ prize will be shipped to Goodwood Kartways by December 15th 2020. He looks forward to picking up the WinchLift LT (valued at over $1100 Canadian dollars!) plus his new 2021 Intrepid F4K chassis which he’ll race next season.