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    Petrol go karts

    I've always wanted to do some kind of racing and after speaking to someone last night who used to have a go kart these sounds like quite a cheap way to race

    Anyone know much about them?

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    I think dannyboy works at a go kart track, so hopefully he does

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    Yer I work at a track just bought a race kart as well, what do you want to know?

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    What kind of kart to buy as a starter kart
    How to get into racing
    Suppose I better consider how to get it to a track as well

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    Best bet is to look around at local tracks what championships do they do, club100 is good any local to you?
    If you want your own kart then start off with a prokart they use twin 160 honda engines that are reliable, twostroke engine require constant rebuilds
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    Main point there is look at what local championships there are

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