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July 13, 2012 News
Industry News: Briggs & Stratton LO206 Rental Program Announced for Canadian Karting Championships

Briggs & Stratton Racing, Power Source Canada, and the Briggs & Stratton Racing dealers of Canada are excited to offer a new 206 rental program for the ASN Canada FIA Canadian Karting Championships taking place at Mont-Tremblant, Que., on August 24-26.

A limited number of rental engines will be available through participating dealers for racers currently not running a 206 race engine.

To highlight the competitiveness of the engine right from the box, any first-time Briggs & Stratton racer who rents an engine from a participating Briggs & Stratton Racing dealer that finishes in the top-two in Junior, Senior, or Masters at this year’s Canadian Championships will get to keep the engine courtesy of Briggs & Stratton Racing and Power Source Canada.

“This program is a really great opportunity for racers currently not running a 206 race engine” stated Dave Klaus – Director, Briggs & Stratton Racing. “Come be a part of an incredible event and see what 206 racing is all about. Is it August already?”

For complete details contact your local dealer. A complete list of Canadian Briggs & Stratton Racing Dealers can be found at http://www.Karting.com. This limited program is first-come, first-serve so make the call to be a part of the biggest event of the year.
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