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18 thoughts on “How Go Karting Was Invented”
Karting has got a lot faster. Parma, made in 1961 is .28 miles. Its modern counterpart, GoPro Motorplex, is .7 miles, or 3 times as long as Parma. The karts have gotten so much faster, that they need much bigger tracks.
I don’t understand
Unfortunately the sophistication and cost of high end racing equipment pushes the average man out,
It pushes out the very people who created it, I liked it better when a father and son could afford to participate.
I drive on GoPro and it is insanely fast
Can you do more karting videos! Great videos!
…and now you have the 150mph Superkart! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u361DTg3DUw
wow this is a good channel i wonder why the small subs
very well done!! I join the notification squad right away!! 😀 😀
Just came here from MotoMeerkat’s podcast (can’t believe you don’t like the Haas livery!)
6666 views spooky!
Very nicely done. My father and I started racing karts in 1961 in Los Angeles, CA. Art Ingel’s was a regular at our home track, Monza Speedway in Gardens and my father Wally Wallick drove Art’s Caretta brand kart for ten years. We went to visit him at his home/shop in Echo Park, LA when I was 15. The shop was his 2 car garage. Each Caretta was made to order one at a time and had the level of quality you’d expect from a Indy car builder. Now, I am a 74 year old man living in the Thai jungle building an Experimental Kar with a full body, canopy, twin Yamaha 150cc, water cooled two stroke motorcycle engines and 6 speed gear boxes. I call it the GXP-75. That stands for Grit’s Experimental Prototype @ 75 years old. Hope to have it completed by my birthday December 22, 2021. Look for it on YouTube early next year. Best wishes, Grit.
A girl in shorts in a kart, that’s nowhere in the video. Not so subtle clickbait. Noted
Using this video for a school project. Amazingly done and edited
Daytona Milton Keynes, as it is now, started out life as the James Hunt Race Center before (I believe) going bust. It was then aquired by Daytona. My son races in the Inkart series and it’s a fantastic way for kids to get into karting for a reasonable cost.
you are going places bro. Just wait you are going to blow up
I have a intrepid kart with Rotax DD2 125 max
Thanks for the info! 🙂