You’re on the ‘World Wide Web’ and you’ve found our blog about becoming a go kart racer. If our track and race program isn’t within easy driving distance of your home this information is only general. Somewhat representative of how you start go kart racing.
You need to hone your search to your local and find out how they do go karting in your neck of the woods. We hope you enjoy our content, but please, don’t start buying equipment that we have recommended.
You need to find the track you will race at as your first priority. Then find out how they do go karting and what their rules and customs are. We may get to meet some day at a regional or national level karting event, but until you’re an experienced go karter all go kart racing is local.
- Briggs LO 206 Class Updates - 05/28/2020
- 2020 Season Reserved Parking and Practice Pass Sale - 02/20/2020
- Lake Speed Attends Sugar River Raceway’s ‘Brodhead Historics’ Vintage Karting Event - 07/19/2019