Want to race go-karts? Affordably?

Then why spend $2,000-$6,000+ to race when you can race like this for $200-$600?

Please watch some of our 100 newest race video uploads on YouTube. We have over 2,000 video clips edited into a few hundred complete race videos (and highglight reels) from nearly every videotaped race that we have been able to unearth from our 1998-current history up on Galletta's Karting On YouTube (by ChrusherComix Studios) and embedded on each and every single race page.

9/22/2018 – 23rd Annual Galletta's Greenhouse Karting 200-Lap Klassic Championship



Unedited video footage from the event.

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  1. Cristina

    are these karts available for rental, and how much?

    • Chris Stevens

      Yes, there are around 20 karts on site, most of which sit idle every race night. Most (but not all) are available for rent–which is a bare bones gas-and-parts use fee that does NOT cover anything else, and only people with no understanding of how much abuse the karts think it’s not worth it. Buy your own kart to race anywhere and see it’s much, MUCH more.

      Most nights, a a 1st-timer will need a little practice, a heat and a feature (30-50 laps most nights), which would be around $25-30 depending on the length of the race. Veterans usually are kinder on the karts, and can race a little cheaper. Season finale 200-lapper is a little more, but still such a ridiculous deal, we offer $100 to any person who can find a 200 lap/20 mile motorsport race cheaper anywhere.

      Now, remember, it’s all money that goes directly into the karts. Gas, tires, engine maintenance, oil, chains, whatever the kart needs, that rental covers it. Usually the track absorbs the electricity, water, welding, and gas needed for track maintenance. And head mechanic and track operator loves racing so much, he does it completely from the love and passion of the competition… he gets ZERO money for his labor. None. Zip. Nada. And a few times where people stiff Matt, he’s out of Christmas money. So, be kind and respectful to him and hell, give him money for gas, parts AND a generous tip… he is the whole club.

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