By: Jean Louis Genibrel .
This book is not intended to get you to Indy. This book's intent is to get you to your first kart race safely, economically, professionally, and to teach a novice the basics that would normally take months or years to learn.
In these pages you will learn how to choose a kart, and set it up for the first race. You will also find charts and lists to remind you of what to do and when.
Most importantly, this volume will give you knowledge otherwise reserved for the more experienced racers and the pros. Most of those items are normally learned through experience.
Other bits of knowledge are often passed on as common knowledge, when in fact they are nothing more than wives' tales. Cutting fact from fallacy is what separates the winners from the alsorans.
You are starting on the right step.
- Getting Started in Karting
- Buying a Kart and Equipment
- Handling and Kart Set Up
- Engines — Tuning and Adjustment
- How to Drive
- Competition and Performance Tips
- Maintenance Between Races
- And much, much more