Briggs and Stratton 206

Local, Cal State or national level: Briggs is taking off like an orange fireball.

This could be one of the most exciting things to happen in karting within the last 10 years. Why? It's fast, low cost, reliable and very low maintenance. As a result, you get to focus on your kart setup and driving skills.

Perfect for those who have limited time to invest and want to compete with skill not pocketbooks. As mentioned in video and article below, "You can't buy your way to the front!"


Revving up in Fresno

Check out the info below then get your buddies together and come out to a CCKRA race and see it first hand. Then, ask us about an opportunity to do a few laps in our arrive and drive program.

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Operation Grassroots: KPX Karting Championship

New NorCal series launched to promote unity through Briggs competition

...The series is, for all intents and purposes, the result of a conversation between karters Kenny Manchester and Chris Rossi, who after finding themselves invited to run the Syd White Memorial race on the Briggs LO206 package, fell in love with the new engine program after winning their class with zero mechanical issues.  It was this initial introduction to the LO206 that fueled their belief that it could help revive NorCal club racing, and they subsequently launched a Facebook page focused on ‘West Coast Briggs LO206 Racing’... 

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Operation Grassroots: Briggs & Stratton 206 Cup

...Midwest four-cycle series focused on low cost, great competition and large fields

"After successfully introducing the Briggs and Stratton 206 engine at their local club in 2010 and then phasing completely to the motor package in 2013, 206 Cup series founders Steve Vermeer and Greg Jasperson saw an opportunity in the new spec engine from Milwaukee. They envisioned a traveling series that club racers could afford, with simple rules that would make it possible for people to race with the equipment that they already owned. They saw the future..."

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See some action in a video produced by  Briggs & Stratton Racing

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