The show starts Friday and runs all weekend (March 9 – 11) at Toronto’s International Centre, across from Pearson Airport.
Seventeen-year-old Megan began racing go-karts at the age of nine before graduating to Formula cars. Gilkes has won multiple karting championships and placed second in the 2017 US SCCA Southeast region, qualifying her for the National Championships held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Megan will be displaying her F2000 race car at the Comat Motorsports display, in Booth #3016.
Gilkes is a proud member of Dare To Be Different, an organization based in the UK that promotes female involvement in motorsports.
Representatives of Millers Oils and Comat Motorsports will be providing information regarding NANODRIVE engine and gear oils to Motorama show visitors, while at the same time unveiling their new product line of ROUX Helmets.
Bill Comat and Megan Gilkes invite all Motorama show visitors to drop by the Comat Motorsports booth (No. 3016 in Hall 1B) during the three-day show.