There are a number of different ways people can get started road racing, but the best performance bargains are undoubtedly karts and low-powered single seaters.
Coverage of open-wheeled motorsports kart racing of small vehicles usually done on a scaled-down circuit.
Where to get started? Simply put: Karting. It lays the foundation that world-class drivers use every time they step in a racing car. Plus, it’s good, clean fun.
Racing Junk had a chance to sit down and talk with soon to be NASCAR XFINITY driver Tyler Reddick recently.
Check out some great action shots took by our Gary Rosier from the World Karting Championships.
Bosch, a German multinational engineering, and electronics company have created an all-electric go-kart.
Brandon Dunn achieved the prestigious award of the King of the Concrete, and doesn’t plan to stop there.
Gary Rosier brings us a look at the future of racing with photos from Kartweek 2015.
Brandon Dunn: 2015 King of the Concrete & Chelsea Purtee: 2015 Queen of the Concrete.
The 14th Annual King of the Concrete Go Kart Champion will be crowned this Saturday at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Ain’t this the life racers are supposed to lead? ATTL developed a tire bonding chemical to enhance race tires for all competitors.