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they have one of these by my house.... actually 2..... called MB2 Raceway ... indoor electric carts that do bout 45.

Though compares nothing to the jim hall racing school that i took bout 10 years ago.... full racing go carts on a legit track that did about 70mph.... talk about one hell of a first driving experience when i was 13.

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they have one of these by my house.... actually 2..... called MB2 Raceway ... indoor electric carts that do bout 45.

Though compares nothing to the jim hall racing school that i took bout 10 years ago.... full racing go carts on a legit track that did about 70mph.... talk about one hell of a first driving experience when i was 13.
Miller Motorsports park has GREAT go carts - they do about 60-65 on a real track... I had bruises on my hips, the G forces were so bad around corners.

It was only Osiris and I on the track, too - you can ask him how it turned out.

Funny, he still hasn't shown me the video his wife took of said event.


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Yea. Theses are electric indoor ones. Good times.

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Miller Motorsports park has GREAT go carts - they do about 60-65 on a real track... I had bruises on my hips, the G forces were so bad around corners.

It was only Osiris and I on the track, too - you can ask him how it turned out.

Funny, he still hasn't shown me the video his wife took of said event.

see thats the thing ... here in the republic of california.... such "dangerous" fun comes at a huge price.... stuff like that i found to be all over the place up in washington state etc.... down here... you gotta sign your life away and participate in a sanctioned driving course to get in a gocart thats any sort of decent.

Eh i guess its one price to pay for the canyons and weather... yeah ill take the canyons and weather any day.

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Haha, and these carts didn't even have seat belts! The only requirement was a helmet!

And we were squealing tires all OVER the place....

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see thats the thing ... here in the republic of california.... such "dangerous" fun comes at a huge price.... stuff like that i found to be all over the place up in washington state etc.... down here... you gotta sign your life away and participate in a sanctioned driving course to get in a gocart thats any sort of decent.

Eh i guess its one price to pay for the canyons and weather... yeah ill take the canyons and weather any day.
No kidding. Visiting friends in Knoxville, no waiver, no rules, slick track. So much fun.

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