Nothern Nevada Kart Club
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Get into the racing family at NNKC

Stationed on the Reno-Stead airport in Reno, NV the Desert Park Raceway is a 0.68 mile paved sprint course with 9 turns. There are several layouts of the track and plenty of races throughout the year to get the whole family involved. The youngest class starts at 5 years old! There are several races that are well into their 70’s, which means everyone can participate.

2019 Race Schedule

Other Races:

KPX Race - August 24-25th - Track 3
NNKC Enduro - October 13th - Track 5

Race 1 - April 7th, 2019 - Track 4
Race 2 - May 5th, 2019 - Track 6
Race 3 - June 2nd, 2019 - Track 5
Race 4 - June 30th, 2019 - Track 7
Race 5 - July 27th, 2019 - Track 2 (NIGHT Race)
Race 6 - August 18th, 2019 - Track 3
Race 7 - September 29th, 2019 - Track 5

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

12500 Lemmon Valley Dr. Reno, NV

☎ CONTACT

nnkc.reno@gmail.com

 

Where to start


Types of karts

There are many types of karts. Just like brands of cars the options for karts seem to be endless. The majority of karts come from overseas, but there are a few that are made in the USA. Some of the karts are also specific to the type of motor that is going to be used. Shifter karts require some extra features, and typically are a stiffer chassis to accomodate for the higher forces around the track.


The gear

The big piece of gear is the helmet. Full face 2010 snell or newer rated helmets are a must. Full protection in the form of a racing suit and gloves and footwear. A neck brace and chest protector can be used for further protection.


Classes and ages

There is both an age group and a motor package that works for everyone. Classes range from 5 years old in kid kart to 70+ in masters or Grand Masters. The motor packages range from 5 cycles that top out at 55 mph to Shifter 125 karts that top out at 90+ mph.
 


Local Resources

There are several resources in town that can help get you started. Used karts are abundant and new karts are always fun to get. There are several members of the club including the board members that are always willing to help and give advice.


How to become a member

Members get the flexibility of going to the track at any time to practice, and reduced race fees on race day. With a key to the track members can come and go as they please. A membership lasts for a full year and gives the member voting privileges and a chance to win the end of the year championship! Members also give back to the track in the form of service to maintain the track and keep it safe and fun for everyone.


Rules

Of course there are rules! Some of these rules are set by the club including a code of conduct and eligibility requirements for the end of the year awards. Some of the rules pertain to the engine packages and age requirements. Each class has a set of rules.

 
 
 

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