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  • #7574


    Hey everyone,

    I used to race karts competitively throughout Florida and had to take a break for a few years to go to college.  Now I may be moving to Texas for a job and was wondering if there are any good tracks near Houston, or any competitive series for ICC or Tag.  I don’t mind driving a few hours to get there.


  • #7587

    Bob Baldwin

    COREY : I thought there was a kart dealer and track just west of Houston  “Katy ” ?Texas .

  • #7588

    David Pergande


    A lot of good tracks in Texas.  Katy (west of Houston) has a pretty good TAG (more leopards than Rotax) and Shifter turnout.  Dallas Karting Complex (East of Dallas) is a newer track (my opinion, best in Texas) and also pulls Tag (probably more Rotax).  North Texas Karters (Denton, TX…just North of Dallas) always has a good turnout to.  There is another track that was recently expanded in New Braunfels, Tx.  Hearing there maybe another coming in Austin.  Also, New Orleans (NOLA Motorsports Park) isn’t too far either.  Check out Texas Prokart Challenge website too…good series!  All of these are great tracks and have great racing.  See ya at the track…Thanks, David

  • #7596

    David Pergande

    Good website maintained by a karter (Richard Thoms):


  • #7600


    http://www.racekarts.com/  for the Katy track.

  • #7613

    Joe Johnson

    Go see Mike Jones at the Dallas Karting Complex. They have everything you need

  • #8004

    Todd Renaud

    We recently expanded our track at Hill Country Kart Club in New Braunfels, Texas, about 20 mins from San Antonio and 1.25 hrs from Austin. Its got some elevation changes and is a great track now for the larger engines as it let’s you “air it out” a little now. Check us out at http://www.hckc.org or on our facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/HillCountryKart

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