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Old 10 Apr 2012, 21:52 (Ref:3056765)   #106
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Whats your class? pro-kart
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Championship? Stretton sprint series
Opinions? love karting especially in the rain me and dad both race but in different things..
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Old 10 Apr 2012, 23:44 (Ref:3056845)   #107
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Whats your class? pro-kart
Chassis? Knight
Championship? Stretton sprint series
Opinions? love karting especially in the rain me and dad both race but in different things..
Welcome, I hear Strettons a good little circuit. My little pal Georgie Smith races there, and farmer boy Sam Tugwell, good lads both and quick too.
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Old 16 Apr 2012, 12:33 (Ref:3060146)   #108
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Welcome, I hear Strettons a good little circuit. My little pal Georgie Smith races there, and farmer boy Sam Tugwell, good lads both and quick too.
Yeah its nice circuit someone called tugwell races in hillclimb could he be related to sam? the last name rings a bell
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Old 16 May 2012, 01:49 (Ref:3075090)   #109
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Here are some more pictures of our karting efforts. These are from the USKGP at Miller Motorsports Park near Salt Lake City Utah.

http://www.lostenduros.com/wp-conten...9/IMG_2482.JPG
http://www.lostenduros.com/wp-conten.../PushStart.jpg
http://www.lostenduros.com/wp-conten...9/IMG_2203.JPG

We started running a front mount radiator for more cooling and less drag.
I know you guys, actually! Followed USKGP with Bernie Adamson for a while; never contacted him or raced but did follow it for a while. Awesome job the Hegars did at that race. They scare me. I have raced with them before.
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Old 24 Dec 2012, 17:06 (Ref:3181669)   #110
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Class: Rotax Max 165
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Championship: Tullyallen Winter Series & National Championship in 2013

I have always loved motorsport, but am a relative newcomer to two-stroke karting. I can tell that I am already hooked. I am massively competitive and would love to be one of the pacesetters some time soon. It is definitely the purest form of motorsport!
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Old 17 Apr 2013, 13:29 (Ref:3235772)   #111
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Hi I'm new to this forum. I'm looking to get into karting. I'm 38 so it's not using it as a step on the ladder towards F1. It's something I want to get into on a regular basis as a hobby. Is there a guide to starting out on this forum? if not could someone give me advice on starting out. I am open to the idea of buying my own kart, but was also wondering if it's possible to race regularly using the tracks karts.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 25 Apr 2013, 15:00 (Ref:3239284)   #112
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Hi I'm new to this forum. I'm looking to get into karting. I'm 38 so it's not using it as a step on the ladder towards F1. It's something I want to get into on a regular basis as a hobby. Is there a guide to starting out on this forum? if not could someone give me advice on starting out. I am open to the idea of buying my own kart, but was also wondering if it's possible to race regularly using the tracks karts.

Thanks in advance!
Look out for the Covkartsport series if you want to race competitively using the karts at the circuit and race cheaply
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