Superkart photos from
around the World
Tracks Around the World
Including US tracks
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How it all started...
Thank you Art!
This site's foundation is strongly rooted from the
GoodTimes Racing Team,
by the friendships that were developed
and the love for the sport of Superkart Racing that we all share.
|This website was founded by Rob Forker of
Zanesville, Ohio. He was a 24 year member of Good Times Racing along
with Cary Dice and brother Doug. Rob enjoyed rock climbing, caving,
photography, pc technology and was a private pilot. Above all, Rob
was a kart racer and became an accomplished, championship 250
driver. He raced home track Mid Ohio, Gingerman, Grattan, I.R.P.,
Putnam Park, Summit Point, V.I.R., Daytona, Road Atlanta, Road
America and Laguna Seca. Rob took the eternal checkered flag on
March 8th, 2014 as a result of cancer. He will always be missed by
all who had the good fortune of knowing him... If you are interested in
owning this site to continue promoting 250 superkart racing contact:
250 Superkarts have been likened to
miniature Formula1 cars, racing on the same famous long circuit tracks around the world
that F/1 and IndyCars do, at speeds in excess of 160mph and are, without doubt, the F/1 of
the kart racing world. Being fitted with 6-speed 250cc GP motorcycle engines, 4-wheel disc
brakes, full bodywork with rear wing, these karts have come a long way from Art Ingels'
first "go-kart" and hold outright lap records at many tracks around the world.
As with Formula1 or IndyCars, this is
not a beginner's class. Most drivers have started out in Sprint karts, moving to 125
Shifters and then to the 250 Superkart class; or have gained their experience racing bikes
or cars and switch to Superkarts. Minimum age for drivers is 18 with at least two years of
prior shifter kart or comprable experience.
U.S. Superkarts, LLC, is the
organization that promotes the new 250 Superkart pro series in the U.S. and is promoting
the United States Superkart Championship (USSC) consisting of an eastern and western
division with a final race to crown the U.S. Champion.