We have some new downloads available for your use to help be more technical when it comes to setups and hopefully make good decisions when it comes to making changes.Read More
BBR Karting is proud to announce that Anthony Ptak and Bryce Choquer will be competing at the opening round of the Rotax Cam-Am Challenge held at Greg Moore Raceway, Chilliwack BC May 16-19. Anthony who will be competing in Junior and will be one of the top drivers to watch. In the 2013 FWT Anthony came home with multiple podiums and a win in the final round.Read More
I wrote this article because I feel parents are not putting there time and resources in the right areas. Invest in your children, not in the equipment. I will share some of my experiences and my perspective on why hiring a driving coach (not a tuner) is one of the best investments you can make. So grab a coffee, and start taking notes. The people who actually read this, and follow through in some way shape or form will most definitely improve driver technique and get better results...Read More
1. MOJO barcodes:
Since Jan. 2010 all MOJO tyres are manufactured with barcodes.
The MOJO barcodes have numbers with eight digits and always start with an 8xxxxxxx.
The 8 is allocated by CIK and identifies the manufacturer (i.e. 3….. Vega, 5….. Bridgestone, 9… Dunlop etc.)
A tyre manufacturer is obliged to mark tyres for safety reasons. This is part of the ISO certification for a European manufacturer.
A barcode has several advantages over the typical production code on tyres used by other manufacturers:
- The barcode is part of our quality control system (when, where, by whom each tyre was manufactured)
- The barcode is one of our tools to protect our distributors from grey imports
- The barcode helps race organisers to administrate the tyres during a race.
- It helps distributors ...
Even though this video was made before the new year, I never really did publish it on the website. Its a pretty cool little video with some sweet shots. Check it out. Once the weather is a bit nicer we plan on making some short videos of karting to help promote the sport and our karting team. Stay tuned.
We want to congratulate Bryce Choquer on a awesome weekend at the 2013 Florida Winter Tour. Bryce competed in the 5th and 6th Rounds in Tag Senior. Bryce was in the top 3 all weekend, competing against some of the best Ashley Rogero (Tony Kart) ,Danny Formal (Tony Kart). On Saturday Bryce was on his way to a top 3 finish on Saturday when his battery failed during the race causing him to retire from the final. Come Sunday, Bryce driving his 2013 Birel S5/ Black Racing Engines Rotax was able to show his speed again and was able to pull of a 2nd place finish in the Final behind Roger Ralston Jr. However Roger was disqualified for a technical infraction giving the win to Bryce, and his first FWT win.
Congratulations Bryce and we are all super happy for the great result. This coming weekend Bryce will be joined by teammates Luke Varley and Tadasuke Makino to compete at the final rounds of the FWT Rotax.
We want to congratulate Sting Ray Robb on a huge accomplishment winning the 2013 Challenge Of The Americas. Sting Ray driving his Tony Kart/ BBR / Black Racing Engines brought home three victories, two second place finishes and a couple pole positions throughout the 6 race series. This is Sting Rays first COA Championship and it was a three year journey to get there. We are very happy for him. He has also been given the first invitation to run Mini Max at this years Grand Finals in New Orleans.
Throughout the Challenge Of The Americas we also saw some great results from other BBR drivers including Diego Laroque driving his CRG/ BBR / Black Racing Engines Micro Max. Diego got his first COA win on the Saturday of Phoenix. It was an awesome experience to see him drive so well...Read More
Congratulations to Bryce Choquer who finished 3rd at the 2012 Canadian Nationals in Rotax Max. It was a great drive considering he qualified 14th and had to drive his way up through the heat races. Bryce started 5th in the Final, and moved into 4th off the start. In corner 2, he made the pass for 3rd and pulled a gap from the field. Jesse Lazar was first and Steven Szegeti finished 2nd.
Bryce would like to thank SRA Karting, Birel, Dad, Peter, Ben, and Blake for all their help and support this past weekend.Read More
BBR had spent many late nights, preparing for the 2012 US Rotax Nationals, preparing engines, dyno testing to try and compete against some of the best drivers in the US. Right from practice Sting Ray was consistently in the top 10 for times in the dry. However the sun did not last, and come qualifying Sting Ray struggled and qualified 13 out of the 36 kart field.
After a track walk and few discussions Sting Ray was ready for the three heat races. Starting 13 in each heat race, he finished respectively 6 in the dry and 9,10, in the wet which put him 7th on the grid for the pre final. Still raining for the pre final, Sting Ray put on a great show and moved into the third spot. After the race Devlin Defrencesco was given a 3 position penalty for being too narrow in the rear in the rain.Read More
I am here at the first race of the 2013 Challenge Of Americas, and this is the first race that will be using the latest rev limiter for the Mini Max engines. This weekend Sting Ray will be using his BBR/ Black Racing Engine in Mini and we will get some solid data on the limiter. From what I have seen on track today is down the straights Mini’s are much closer together. I am excited to see how the engines will be in race situations. On Sting Ray’s engines we have easily spent 40+ hours building and dynoing the engines for the 2013 season, so the new rev limited brings a whole new curve into the engines. We have been preparing for the new 12,500 limit as best as possible, but now we will really find out this weekend being able to use them for the first time.
Stay tuned, and I will post some ...Read More