Musselman Honda Circuit | Karting
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Race Karting

$80 non-member $60 member / $10 pit passes
1yr membership $250


Musselman Honda Circuit has kart races on the fourth weekend of each month. Or bring in your kart anytime the calendar reads “open”!


    • All safety gear is required

    • Must have safety brake cable

    • Must have good tires


Kart race days:


The fourth weekend of each month, check the calendar for more info…


a. Gates open 10:00 AM
b. Mandatory Driver Meeting 11am
c. Final practice after driver meeting
d. 10 min / class open Qualifying 11:30am
e. Heat Race 8 laps
f.  Heat Race 8 laps
g. Main 12laps
** Times subject to change


Briggs LO 206 Senior 16+ 370 Lbs. Minimum

Tyres: 4.6/6.0 Evinco Blue, Vega Green,MG Red, Mojo

Fuel: VP98, 93 or 110 and pump




Track is available during normal “open” hours outside of our usual scheduled Track Days for practice.

From Autoweek, regarding Arie Luyendyk’s (former Indy 500 winner) planned comeback to racing:

Instead of driving lots of miles before Indy, Luyendyk will concentrate on physical fitness, and that will include many laps on his Shifter Kart.  “It’s probably the best exercise there is for drivers,” he says.  “It’s good for training and for your focus and for your reaction times, and it’s probably as physical as any race car out there, especially on a bumpy track”.


From Car and Driver Magazine, on Shifter Karts:

As Paul Tracy says, “It’s the closest thing on four wheels to Indy-car racing, something I do in the off-season to keep my reflexes sharp”.


From in interview with Scott Speed on SpeedChannel:

David Hobbs (former F1 driver, currently a commentator) discussing Scott’s racing background…”Karting is absolutely unbelievably intense”.


Scott Speed…“Driving a Shifter Kart around a go-kart track is very similar to driving a Formula 1 car around a track…it’s just on a bigger scale”