K1 Speed Partners with Go Puck Tesla Racecar – Pikes Peak Hill Climb
(Irvine, CA) June 16, 2016 – One wearable device to charge all your other devices, GO PUCK, the World’s 1st Wearable Power of Mobile Devices partners with K1 Speed, America’s Premier Indoor Kart Racing Company. Founder and CEO, Blake Fuller, will be piloting the modified Tesla racecar Model S in the 100th Anniversary of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
It’s only fitting to pin these two giants together for this momentous event. With fully electric, high-performance go-karts and 30 entertainment venues nationwide including an international location, K1 Speed is the leader in the industry. GO PUCK manufactures wearable, compact and durable power for all mobile devices. Designed by the award-winning lithium ion battery engineer who created battery that powers F1, NASCAR and IndyCar, GO PUCK is literally racing technology in the palm of your hand.
“To partner with K1 Speed is such an honor and speaks to the commitment of K1 Speed to not only be a premium family entertainment venue, but also a logical first choice for anyone with dreams of becoming a race car driver!” say Fuller. He continues: “Truth be told, prior to winning Pikes Peak Hill Climb rookie of the year in 1999 at the age of 17, I had spent more time in a Go Kart at venues like K1 Speed than in actual race cars! Now, I’m stoked to see how the GO PUCK Tesla Racing Program can help raise awareness that racing at K1 Speed can lead to the developments of future drivers in electric racing programs like PPIHC or Formula E.”