Imagine charging into the esses at full chat, tires on the edge, squealing their discontent in the midst of a tight pack of other racers. Your machine is responding like lightning, first into the right-hander, then instantly back to the left, a nick of the curbing and through the final, sweeping right onto the next straight, gaining on your nearest opponent.
Patterned after endurance sports car racing like the 24 Hours of LeMans, the Daytona Rolex 24 and the Sebring 12 Hours of Endurance, this form of motor sports has taken root and grown all over the European continent.
Now I have brought this inexpensive type of racing to the United States in the form of EnduranceKarting.com.
Endurance Karting is designed to allow somebody with nothing except the yen to race a motor vehicle at its limits against other racers, to arrive at any one of the various scheduled event locations across the United States, pay a small fee and do just that.