2014 marked the 5th National Technician Grand Prix in Canada, the contest consisted of 2 written qualifying rounds followed by the Canadian finals held at the YMCA head office in Toronto, Ontario.
Top 10 finalists were invited to the YMCA head office for a 3 day final event….
Winner is Mr. Nick King of Kelowna Yamaha.
9 labs plus 1 break (10 time slots), and 30 minutes per lab.
Lab #1 Yamaha Diagnostic Tool
Lab #4 Precision measuring
Lab #6 “No start” lab
Lab #9 Drive line troubleshooting
Canadian technicians know any products! Who is the No. 1? It’s Canadian!
(Working experience : 35 Years)
- Kelowna Yamaha
- I feel it is an honor to compete with some of the best Yamaha technicians on the World Stage. I have always wanted to travel to Japan and visit the Yamaha Factory, this is a dream come true.
- My Dream
- I am content in what this job has allowed me to do over the years. The fact that I still ride and get to enjoy all the products for every season keeps me going and performance tuning keeps me engaged in learning new technology.
With dealer staff
My workshop, it’s serious!