Karting originated in the United States in the late 1950s. There are two types of
karts: continuously variable and with gears. They are also divided into two types:
popular type and competition type. The popular type is also called “leisure type”. The
speed of this type of car is not very fast. The maximum speed is 80 km/h. driving
license. The racing kart can reach a speed of 130 km/h. Due to its extremely low
chassis (only 4 cm from the ground), the relative speed felt by the driver will be 2-3
times higher than the actual speed, which means that the speed is 300 per hour.
Kilometers/hour, especially in corners, will produce a lateral acceleration that is 3-4
times that of gravity, allowing drivers to experience the fun that ordinary racing cars
It is because karts have simple structure, high safety and high racing characteristics,
so they are extremely popular and popular in countries such as Europe and Japan. Most
of the world’s famous F1 drivers start by driving karts.