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12 Year Old Joppa, Maryland Kart Racer Kyle Denmyer Starting His 7th Season

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While most teenagers use their summer vacations as a much-needed break from the hectic school year, 12-year-old Kyle Denmyer of Joppa, Maryland, chooses to spend his summer days and nights preparing for his next kart race. Going into his seventh season of racing, Kyle currently races in the Junior Restricted class. His kart of choice is a Phantom Icon chassis powered by a Briggs and Stratton engine using K&N Filters.
12-year-old Kyle Denmyer of Joppa, Maryland
12-year-old Kyle Denmyer of Joppa, Maryland


"K&N Air Filters are the best out there and they keep my engine running at top performance," says Kyle. "They keep the dirt out of my engine and they give me the most horsepower."
Kyle has been racing karts since he was five years old and his passion for the sport only grows with every race.
Kyle has been racing karts since he was five years old and his passion for the sport only grows with every race.


The 2008 year was a busy one for Kyle and the rest of the Denmyer Racing team, which consisted of 37 events. He finished off the season as the winner of the Burris Money Series BS500 Champion. He also competed in the Pennsylvania Dirt Karting Series, where he finished third in points for the light class and fourth for the heavy class. Kyle's record consists of ten feature wins, nine second place finishes, eight third place finishes, seven fourth place finishes, one fifth place finish, and two top ten finishes. Kyle and his team are also featured in this month's copy of Chase'n Race'n Illustrated.

In his pit, one can find Kyle's hardworking team, who just so happen to be his parents, Roger and Tammy Denmyer. Kyle has been racing karts since he was five years old and his passion for the sport only grows with every race. "My future goal is to be a part of 410 sprint car racing and to run with The World of Outlaws," says Kyle. "In five years I hope to be in a micro sprint car."

This weekend Denmyer Racing heads back to Hunterstown Speedway in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to compete in the Burris Money Series. Find K&N products for your kart or any other vehicle at KNFilters.com. Use the K&N dealer search to find a K&N dealer in your part of the world.

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