Driving can be expensive, and so can gas. This is the exact reason we encourage all aspiring racers to join us for high-end go-karting. Paying a seat charge is something you don't have to worry about with go-karts. We have low-cost karts that allow speedy practices to learn your lines. With many professional racers starting in 2 stroke karts, we highly encourage all race seekers to unleash their skills on our European track.
2 Stoke Engine vs 4 stoke
When it comes to go-karts, two different types of engines are typically used: 2 stroke engines and quad engines. So, what’s the difference between the two?
2 stroke engines are typically smaller and lighter than quad engines, making them ideal for go-karts that need to be lightweight and maneuverable. They also tend to be more potent than quad engines, so if you’re looking for a go-kart that can really zip around the track, a 2 stroke engine is probably your best bet.
Quad engines, on the other hand, are typically larger and heavier than 2 stroke engines. This makes them better suited for go-karts that need more stability on the track.
Can you use 2 stroke go-karts to learn to race professionally?
Many people dream of becoming professional race car drivers, but don't know where to start. 2 stroke go-karts can be a great way to learn the basics of racing and get a feel for competitive driving.
With their small size and simple design, go-karts are easy to maneuver and control. 2 stroke go-karts typically have more power than 4 stroke go-karts, making them ideal for learning how to handle a faster vehicle.
Although 2 stroke go-karts are not as fast as full-size race cars, they can still reach speeds over 60 mph. This makes them an excellent option for those who want to learn how to race without risking serious injury.
Here At LeMans Karting, we have had real professional drivers start their careers here. Someone you know could be next. Come to Portsmouth to Speed.