Yes, go kart racing is a sport, infact i live in Iowa and dirt go kart racing is big around here. Mainly used to get kids intirested in racing dirt racecars when they age enough.
Yeah, I wouldn't put racing slicks on it if your gonna drive it in a yard, only if it will be on asphalt and it is gonna cost you alot more for racing slicks then regular go kart tires that you can buy at your local tractor supply.
No, for amateur rent-a- car. For professional racing you will need it.
a go kart is a low-to-the-ground vehicle, most of the time they are about 6hp they are usually for racing and offroading.
go kart racing
my racing motor does 50
you dont make a kart you go to grand prix or any racing place choose your character pick a kart and ready set go your done.
art angles are the father of the kart racing. He build the first kart
A properly tuned 125 cc racing kart will do over 60 mph.
you practice and then you get scouted hope this helps
to get a perfect start in csr racing, the shift indicator must be green on go.
Kart racing is all about physics. Weight transfer, grip, inertia, momentum... and its all about tires if you have alot of bit in them or way to much bit in them AND HAVING A GO KART THAT IS SCALED OUT FOR WILL HELPP YOU U OUT TOO. but once you a go kart scaled and everything all you got to do is to be really smooth and just learn the TIRE GAME!!
by racing and then apply for doing it and then you could be a pro at go karting..!
There is no limit. You just have to reach to the pedals and the steering wheel.
Well it depends were you are from, I race Go karts in North Carolina at OCR, Woodleaf, Milbridge, Liberty, and Concord.
watch a few races ask a lot of questions and then buy a kart and all you need to race
Chasing with Steve Aoki - 2012 Go-Kart Racing Challenge - 1.3 was released on: USA: 29 October 2012
For amateur rent-a-kart - NO. For professional racing - YES.
yes. i race gokarts