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Rhysn Rhys Nolan
Tamworth, Staffordshire, UK   GBR
Interesting thread. Personal 2 cents worth, if you want others to take part in "That was racing, in all its gritty, dirty (and dirty tricks), fender-swapping, bumper mangling glory" with a cyclekart, count me out! They aren't that safe without bumping, so put that type behind you.

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geezerduck Tom Petry
Montclair, CA, USA   USA
Not advocating "full contact motorsports". Just feel that dirt track racing is fun. It doesn't have to be bouncing off the other cars to enjoy it, in fact I have never cared for the concept of swapping paint (or fenders). That said, even running solo runs (hill climb or slalom/autocross style, is more fun when you can slide and "let it hang out" a bit.



Life is good on the lunatic fringe, Tom

Rhysn Rhys Nolan
Tamworth, Staffordshire, UK   GBR
In reply to # 35943 by geezerduck Not advocating "full contact motorsports". Just feel that dirt track racing is fun. It doesn't have to be bouncing off the other cars to enjoy it, in fact I have never cared for the concept of swapping paint (or fenders). That said, even running solo runs (hill climb or slalom/autocross style, is more fun when you can slide and "let it hang out" a bit.

Agreed, but the previous post did say fender swapping and bumper mangling. That's what I reacted to. I think most of us who have driven these things have done our share of sliding and hanging it out, the same "most" have so far realised that these things can bite, and perhaps backed off a bit!

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