2014 Rotax Can Am Gallery

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The 2014 Rotax/Pro Kart Challenge has come to an end, finishing the last round at Greg Moore Raceway. Here are a few photos from our friends at Canadian Karting News. We are super proud of the team, with Edward Portz finishing 2nd in the Minimax Championship. Sting Ray Robb qualified for the Rotax Grand Finals in Junior. Bryce Choquer ended up 3rd in the Championship even though he didn’t compete in the last round.

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28 podiums. 11 Poles. 9 Wins. 2 Tickets. One Team.

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Over the past two months BBR Karting has had an amazing journey travelling through North America competing for various Championships at nationals and international events. The stats speak for themselves which included, traveling over 9,100 km’s, on the road for 43 days, competing at the rotax Summer Shootout, Rotax Can Am, Western Canadian Championship, US Nationals, and the team did not disappoint with a total of 28 podiums, 9 wins, 11 poles including the US Rotax Nationals Super Pole, 2 championships and 2 tickets to the Rotax Grand Finals.

photo 4Bryce Choquer – Rtx Senior – Team Canada

Bryce has become one of the top drivers in North America in Rotax getting on the podium at every event he competed in. Bryce took home 3rd at the Rotax Summer Shoot out. The following weekend he took the win and points lead in the Western Canadian Championship. Although Bryce suffered a major rib injury he had to take as much time off as possible and did extensive therapy. In the final round Bryce was still in pain, but managed to finish on the podium and gain enough points to represent Team Canada in Spain. Bryce finished 6th at the 2010 Rotax Grand Finals, and has full intention to repeat a top 10 finish in Spain.

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2014 US Rotax Grand Nationals Gallery

Sting Ray Robb Won Junior MAX Superpole

It was an awesome weekend for Team BBR. Everyone had amazing speed and were consistently in the top 10. Sting Ray led the way with getting Super Pole in Rotax Junior. Jonathon Portz qualified 4th in Micro. It was his first time at Nationals. In the finals we didn’t have the luck we needed with a few crashes taking place in Junior and in Micro taking both Sting Ray Robb and Jonathon Portz out of contention. However Edward Portz had one of the most bad A@@ drives I have seen starting from 26th to finish 6th in the final in Mini Max. What an unbelievable drive. Heres a few photos from the weekend. Photos by Ken Johnson

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2014 Rotax Can Am Prokart Round 3 Gallery

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BBR Karting headed to the 3rd round of the Rotax Prokart Can Am Challenge. The team did awesome. Kellen Ritter scored his first top five finish of the year in Rotax Junior. It was so exciting for him and a huge accomplishment. Bryce Choquer finished 2nd in Senior on Saturday, and Sting Ray Robb finished 2nd both days in Junior. Edward Portz finished 3rd in Minimax.

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2014 Rotax Summer Shoot Out Gallery

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The Rotax Summer Shoot Out is a prep race for the 2014 US Rotax Grand Nationals. Everyone did awesome, and we collected the data and worked on driving for our return trip in less then a months time. Here are a few pictures from our awesome weekend. Check out the photo gallery.

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2014 Birel AM29 + Briggs L0206 = $4,350

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Get one of the best 4 cycle packages built by one of the best shops in the industry. Thats right. you can now get your hands on one of the sweetest rides.

The complete kart built by BBR Karting includes:

2014 Birel AM29 Chassis – 4omm axle – plastic rear bumper
2014 Briggs And Straton L0206 – Complete with Fury Clutch
MG Red Tires 4.5/6.0
Official BBR 2014 BBR Sticker Kit

Total Price $4,350 Canadian.

The kart and motor package will come assembled by one of BBR technical staff so all you have to do is jump in and go. It doesn’t get any easier then this.

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L0206 Tech: 35 Ratio To 219 Chain

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As the Summer season is here, more and more guys are taking the 2 cycle engines off their karts, and throwing on a Briggs L0206. I just finished building my L0206 Kart, and it got me thinking about what chain to use. The 35 chain in the past has been the #1 choice for most 4 cycle racers. Its a larger chain, reliable and flexible. 219 is the choice for 2 cycle engines. I wanted to test both setups to see if there was a time difference between the two but was having a bit of a hard time trying to figure out the equal ratios. I came across a nice sheet sheet that shows pitch diameter and its equivalent sprocket. If you do decide to switch this will help.

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Rotax Can Am Pro Kart Round 1 Gallery

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The opening round of the 2014 Rotax Can Am Prokart Challenge brought Team BBR great success and was an awesome weekend results wise. Everyone worked hard under the tent to improve there driving, setups and engines. Here are a few pictures from the weekend of the team.

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Can Am ProKart Round 1

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The 2014 Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge kicked off the 2014 season at the Horn Rapids Kart Track in Richland, Washington over the weekend (April 25-27). The home of the Tri-City Kart Club served as the opening rounds of the sophomore series, with a solid number of United States Rotax Max Challenge and Superkarts! USA racers taking part. A handful of drivers carried some heavy brooms during the weekend, performing a number of class sweeps to open up the championship chases, including the four categories in which tickets to the 2014 Rotax Grand Finals in Spain are up for grabs.

Team BBR was in full force with drivers entered in Micro, Mini, Junior, Senior and L0206 aboard there Kosmic/BBR/BRE Rotax packages.

Saturday:

Bryce Choquer – Senior – Pole, Heat Win and 2nd in Final
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Technical Article 1 – Chasing The Setup

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I wanted to write an article to help fellow racers out and hopefully shine some light on the so called “Winning Chassis Setup”. It’s a common element when at the track to usually hear complaints about the chassis and the struggles we have all had trying to fix the kart in order to make it faster. In most cases adjustments are made but still drivers are lacking the desired chassis characteristic and will continue to search. This article is not addressed to the top 10% but more of the 90% of racers who are trying to improve. You will understand why later on in the article.

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