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Supercharged Entertainment already operates a similar 80,000 square foot facility in Wrentham, Massachusetts. On social media, the company touts their new multi-level NJ go-kart track will be "28% bigger" with 10 elevation changes and enough room for 4-wide racing.
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When looking to get into competitive kart racing, you are confronted with two options: buy new or used. Just like when buying a used car, there are a few things you should always look over before sealing the deal. Many of these factors may be different than from buying a used car, and some you may not even think to check if you do not have a karting background.
Unlike cars, karts do not have suspension systems. This means that the metal frame has to sustain all of the pressures of cornering and impact. The metal tubing literally has to flex and temporarily bend in order to rotate through the corners. While the frames are built for this kind of stress, hard contact with other karts or barriers can cause the tubing to crack or bend. When a frame gets cracked, often times even with a good weld to repair the metal the kart will never corner the same again.
Cracks on frames reduce the value of the kart significantly. In some cases, the frame can be repaired to still perform at a decent standard, even if it is not at the same capacity of what it once was. If you are not able to check out the kart in person, this step may not be possible. However, the presence of a crack not mentioned by the seller can be very costly.
However, if the kart you are buying has not run frame guards, parts of the tube frame could be completely flattened on the bottom. Just as with cracks, large scrapes can drastically decrease the value of the kart and can also affect performance on track.
This is a very basic way of fact-checking the frame to see if the kart was ever crashed so bad that the frame was bent and had to be straightened back out. If the frame was ever bent more than 10mm from straight on any part, just like with a flattened underside or a crack, the kart may not handle at its original ability.
Lastly, always set aside 10% of your total buy-in budget as a contingency fund. The naked eye may not be able to catch small bends in the chassis, and a good kart shop will charge you to properly straighten the frame. Also, new or used, there will always be some hidden gremlin that you will have to pay for in order to go racing. Karting is the safest and most family-friendly sport out there, but it can be very daunting if you get into it alone without any research or expert help.
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By the numbers, IMSA has far more entries and job opportunities for pros to explore. IndyCar, with 24-26 full-time seats, and maybe 15 of those involving teams paying their drivers with no strings attached to bringing sponsorship, is a harder nut to crack, and with many of its leading drivers racing well into their 40s, vacancies with salaries attached are hard to land.
In auto racing, the most common surface for tracks is asphalt. Asphalt is an ideal material for race tracks because of its durability and function. However, like any asphalt surface, racetracks utilizing this material need regular repair to keep them in good condition, free of potholes and cracks. Because of the speed of the cars utilizing the track and the associated risks of high speed racing, asphalt race track repair is something best left to professional asphalt contractors.
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A driver development program (or driver development team) is a system or structure designed for young kart and race car drivers to learn and perfect their racing skills. These programmes are devised by racing teams, external companies and funded partnerships primarily to attract and develop future racing talent. Most programmes now employ a wide range of skilled coaches and technologies to train all of the physical and psychological abilities inherent in driving at the limit and winning races. Most racing teams will sign a driver to a multi-year contract in which they fund or part fund the driver in junior formulas (such as Formula 3 and Formula 2 in Europe, and Late models and ARCA in stock car racing) and gradually help them succeed to the highest levels of motorsport. Some teams have been criticized for unfair long-term and low-paying contracts for the talented drivers they find whilst also charging the less talented drivers very high fees for the use of their simulations and facilities. Companies that specialise in racing driver training or development programmes remain commercially viable through selling time in their simulators or gyms and generally speaking do not fund a drivers career. Funded partnerships, good driver management companies and driver search and development initiatives will fund or part fund a drivers development and will survive as long as the owners financial commitment and or success at recouping their investment. Be that a return from a talented drivers wages or a promotional exercise designed by a brand or corporation.
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