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  • 1. In the old times, karts were one onone drive only, but the hassle of thatsetup shortly resulted in the creationof a centrifugal clutch for the club levelclasses.
  • 2. Dry centrifugal clutches are actuallyemployed in several classes ( RotaxMax is one example) and also haveend up being the norm as the topinternational classes and eventuallyhave turned to 125 cc clutchedengines as of January 2007.
  • 3. Professional race karts generally weigh 165to 175 lb (75 to 79 kg), total with no driver.Avanti , Tony Kart , Trulli , Birel , CRG, Gillard , Intrepid , Kosmic , Zanardi orFA Kart are some popular good examplesof the numerous European manufacturersof race-quality chassis. Emmick andMargay are American companiesdeveloping kart chassis.
  • 4. The World Karting Association (WKA)makes use of time qualifying. Kartsdesigned with transponders aretransmitted to the track in sets of 5 orless to try and attain the speediest laptime. Positions for the 20 laps featureevent are based on qualifying time.
  • 5. Apart from conventional kartrace, several commercial enterprisesprovide karts for rent, known as"recreational" or "concession" karts.
  • 6. The tracks are usually indoor oroutdoor. Karts are booked by sessions(10 to 15 minutes typically), theynormally use tough chassis finishedwith specific bodywork supplyingdriver safety.
  • 7. Many of these companies use an"Arrive and Drive" format which giveclients with all the safety gear(helmets, gloves and driver outfits)where needed and permit them toappear any moment to race at a fairprice, without the headache of havingones own equipment and gear.
  • 8. Theme park go-karts is usually run by4-stroke engines or electricmotors, while racing karts usecompact 2-stroke or 4-stroke engines.Many of them are single seater butrecreational models usually havecapacity for a passenger.
  • 9. In addition to the well-known 24Hours of Le Mans race for cars theresalso a 24 hours event for karts thattakes place at the kart circuit AlainProst at Le Mans , France. This raceexisted since 1986 and its winners listinclude 4 times Champ Car championSébastien Bourdais (in 1996).
  • 10. The year 1964 saw the roll-out of the100cc World Championship, the veryfirst of this type, and today you willfind organized competitions all acrossthe globe.
  • 11. The evolution has created an array ofkarts such as the 100cc air-cooledclasses, 125cc two-stroke shifter karts(efficient at 115mph) and SuperKarts(capable of 160mph).
  • 12. All contemporary F1 competitors wereraised racing karts like MichaelSchumacher, Kimi Raikkonen, LewisHamilton, Fernando Alonso, inaddition to NASCARs JeffGordon, Tony Stewart and Juan PabloMontoya.
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