There’s a 4 stroke series coming up called New England kart challenge that’s going to do races on small tracks.
All the tracks are under .5 miles I believe.
It looks like it could be promising, there are a lot of really good ideas that he’s capitalizing on that other local series’ didn’t, such as; live timing (RaceHero?), Briggs sponsorship, food truck, several other sponsorships, active social media, easy online registration, and the same rule sets as the nearby series.
One thing I’m worried about is that it has 10 classes. 1 vintage class, 7 206 classes, and 2 WF classes. I feel like this will spread completion and track time thin, which was one of the main reasons I didn’t like the NHKA
Just thought I’d put this out here
What rims are people mounting snowblower tires on?
As Derek said, I import kart specific ice tires from Heidenau. Designed to be studded and a definite improvement over traditional wets, especially as the ice starts to rut up and/or get covered in snow from the studs. Same tires on all four corners, so you’ll need hub mounted front rims to run on the rear.