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    Steve Jenks
    Participant

    It is looking like a move to Denver could be in our future.    Hoping to get a feel for the karting scene and make some contacts.   We have been racing an ICC shifter and a rotax junior kart at a club level.

    #34540

    Cole Liggett
    Participant

    Check out the track at centennial.  Great group of karters down there and it’s close to Denver.  This is my first year racing and they were very helpful getting me up to speed.

    http://www.thetrack.us

    #34659

    Jon Romenesko
    Participant

    We’re fortunate to have several tracks in and around the Denver area;

     

    The Track @ Centennial (in southeast Denver)

    http://www.thetrack.us

     

    IMI Motorsports (about 30 mins north of Denver)

    http://www.imimotorsports.com

     

    Action Karting (west of Denver, at Bandimere Speedway)

    http://www.actionkarting.net

     

    SBR Motorsports (in Calhan, east of Colorado Springs…about 1hr 30min from Denver)

    http://www.sbrmotorsportspark.com

     

    Grand Junction Motor Speedway (about 4 hours west of Denver, well worth the drive)

    http://gjmotorspeedway.com

     

     

    We also have a local forum…

    http://www.thecoloradokarter.com/phpBB3/

     

    There are several series here, and Rotax and Stock Honda are going to be the two most popular engines state-wide.  The Track actually has one of the largest Rotax clubs in the whole USA, and they added a super economical (and fun!) Briggs LO206 class this year that’s been attracting 20+ entries every race (our season just ended yesterday).  We also have a SKUSA region that is home to a few of the countries top Stock Honda pilots.

     

    I don’t think there’s anywhere around here that would officially support a class for your ICC, but you see the occasional ‘outlaw’ class where (almost) anything goes.

     

    Also, we’re at high altitude here, so be prepared to re-jet everything!

     

    Denver (and Colorado in general) is great, you’ll like it here!

    GP10/CR125
    S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto - SKUSA Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge

    http://theslipangle.com/

    #35238

    Cory-Milne
    Participant

    steve check you pm’s thanks

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