Since 1985, the Los Angeles Karting Championship series has provided a family-friendly, sprint kart racing environment for all ages in the Southern California region. Our mission is to provide the most competitive, largest sprint kart classes in the region at the lowest prices in the...
Shawn Gibson Am I the only one that it automatically adds a $600 sponsorship fee to? Or is this a requirement for pit spots. I’m must be doing something wrong 🙈
LAKC Pro Show Round #2 from June 2017. This is a rough edit, intended for use as a template for future platforms and for how karting can be advertised to gen...
Billy Musgrave John Crow Henry DM Chandler Campbell Matias Podboj Josh Early Robby Heck Robert Heck Garrett McKelvie Michael Korody KC Cook Brennon Viera Todd Ulman Frank Baldozier
Payel Gajjar Tandon Love it
Payel Gajjar Tandon Vivek Tandon
Frank Baldozier How about the 206 showdown
Erik A Coleman 🙌🏻👌🏻🏁.
Alexandre King I watched it in its entirely and I think it's very well done. To be honest, i like this one better than the SuperNats and other ProTour race videos I have attempted to watch this year - but could never finished them because they were so boring, all the same, simply not engaging. This one however, the host has a pleasant voice (and is not shouting) so it's easier to listen to him. It's much more informative and detailed; therefore, it's engaging. I like Willy's commentating efforts, I think it's informative and stimulating. And I like Billy's technical description of the kart chassis. I always thought both Willy and Billy were good communicators so well done in taking advantage of their skills. And I really think the sport should use Billy (and the likes) to promote the sport - drivers that have good presentable images. Yes, I would suggest Billy to keep up his afro because that gives personality. Anyways, it's well done and I think it enhances the image of LAKC and is positive in promoting karting to the general audience.
Ayad Alakhdar Watched all of it, nicely done and inviting to watch more .
Alta Shimano Do I need a skusa license to race in these classes ?
What are the requirements ?
Michel Manning Mike Manning
Rob Logan Can you guys add a class that only accepts the very tall and very handsome? Alexandre King Rick McAllister Robby Heck Darren Elliott
Mike Manning X30 super masters 45 n up. Yes!!
This will guarantee growth in the class. Reason? 45-55 yr old driver cannot compete against 30-35 yr olds. These young masters drivers quit Tag sr because they couldn’t stay up with the 15-18 yr old kids. Thank you Skusa.👍
Ray Chiappe I need a class for an age higher! But it's a good start.
Robert Perez KA100 please!! Let’s grow this thing!!
Kirk Skaufel The KA100 looks like a good option. Probably as good of racing as LO206 but will sound better.
Arman Cornell KA100 seconded! Get Tom on board with a purchase incentive and you'll get a lot of new racers including me and Robert Perez
Trevor McAlister KA100 will blow up like LO206 did!!!
It will be the biggest class in no time. This class will Make Karting Great Again!!!
Ryon Beachner Can’t help but feel like less is more.
Also, it’d be a SKUSA thing really, but X30 Junior going to Evinco Blue would make the class way more approachable at club level.
Zeke Benjamin Erick Perry
Zeke Benjamin KA100 here, run em on blue,
Ryon Beachner Before we all jump on the KA100 bandwagon not understanding what it is... are the parts meaningfully cheaper? If not it looks an awful lot like an X30 junior without water cooling, counter balance and 25 cc’s less.
Also, call me crazy but the things that it doesn’t have have never been a reliability issue, so it’s kind of moot to me.
Trevor McAlister KA100 would be the new era KT100... Faster though!
Cheaper entry level without a radiator, pump, and hoses.
This would be a step up the ladder from 206 both cost and speed for both Jr. and senior classes.
David Gallaher Robert, okay, potential I guess
Nick Johnston KA100 is gaining momentum here in mooresville. Pace wise it’s around 3 seconds slower a lap, running mg reds while our x30 class runs yellows. Racing is very close and fun to watch! Haven’t seen any failures either.
Chris Rossi Kenny Manchester
Sandra Kempf We ran the KA100 this year a little and loved it. Easy to work on and fast.
Trevor McAlister What would be even cooler for LAKC would be KA100 (take the clutch off, starter, battery, etc.) direct drive!!!
Even less cost and less problems!
Zeke Benjamin Running a less of an expensive motor package that has reliable power and lower expenses such as less parts to buy will attract additional drivers at the club/venue presenting that class. Running blues evinco’s will definitely save expenses for this is a big ordeal in Karting. Put a harder compound on the jr x30 and the KA100 and it will slow them down in mph and in costs. The jr x30 tires now are getting some of these kids in trouble, there too soft.
The club has room for two additional classes? A lot of F100 members will be looking for a club to run, some will invest into a LO206 or KA100 and some will not. For the most part,
The LO206 jr is an intro to Karting on a budget. Tri C can run this class.
Kids coming out of cadet and going into KA100 will be a safer class then x30 novice.
LAKC is a stepping stone towards racing the Pro kart and pro tour series. It’s a more of an advance series for drivers who have more experience with high a level of competition.
NOTE: “ What about putting a string of barriers along the metal guard rail running parallel to the straightway of the track!”
Why wait for an incident?
Joe Barros Isn’t the KA100 the new KPV? Why not run KPV and bring back a good solid motor. No battery, no starter. Simple. Fun. And cheap.
Alexandre King Is Travis Nicklas racing next year? I will race whatever class he races. I know that Rob Logan, Rick McAllister and Sean Bond will do the same.
Zeke Benjamin I think everyone still owns one right,
Christopher Board We have ka100 in Australia, I would stay away from it.
Equality is a problem
5-6hrs max between rebuilds
Only reason they show good times is weight 149kgs kart and driver
In the states you have plenty of great classes to choose from, so why bother introducing a new class