How fast do Larkhall Go Karts Go?

How fast do Larkhall Go Karts Go?

Our karts are CRG Centurions with top of the range 390cc engines with maximum speeds of 60mph on our challenging race track. All you need to do is book then… Arrive & Drive!

Who owns Larkhall karting?

David Moulsdale
David Moulsdale, Larkhall Circuit owner and Founder and CEO of Optical Express, said: “I’m hugely proud that Larkhall Circuit and Optical Express are able to support Race Against Dementia’s collaborative, innovative approach to tackling this devastating illness.

How long is Larkhall circuit?

Recently the track has gone through major refurbishment including the track being extended to 1140 metres, new Kart Republic café and complete renovation of the paddock and pit bays. Conveniently located just minutes from the M74, the circuit is easily accessible from all over Scotland and the UK.

What age do you need to be for go karting?

What is the minimum age? Minimum age for a child kart is 8 and children also need to have an inside leg measurement of 25 inches. Minimum age for an adult kart is 12 years old.

Who owns Scotkart?

TeamSport, the UK’s No. 1 Indoor Karting operator, has successfully completed its acquisition of Scotkart, Scotland’s leading indoor karting operator.

Can you injure yourself go karting?

Common Go Karting Accidents And Injuries Typical injuries you might see in go kart accidents might include: Fractures or broken bones from getting thrown against the go-kart with force or getting ejected out from the go-kart. Dislocated joints from the force of the collision.

Why do go-karts not have seat belts?

Go-karts are not supplied with seats belt upon advice from the governing bodies for the sport, such as the (NKA) National Karting Association and (MSA) Motor Sport Association. It is considered safer not to fit belts to karts for a number of reasons.

Is go-karting like driving a car?

While we can easily equate go-karting to a mini version of driving a race car on a track, it actually simulates regular driving to a certain extent. Just like when you first learn how to drive a car, more time behind the wheel means more experience with certain situations that you might face on the road on daily basis.