SCUDERIA LITTEL TRACKSIDE FAQ
Renting a kart for a trackday:
Our Rental Program is designed to be the easiest way to get behind the wheel of a real Racing Kart. That being said, Race Karts are not one size fits all and require accurate information about the height and weight of a driver to be setup properly. This information allows us to provide accurate seat and pedal sizing ahead of time.
What is included when I rent a kart, and what is not?
We provide a turnkey kart that is ready to hit the track. This includes fuel, tires and all other consumables need to start the day. Tools and equipment such as kart stands are provided as well as a mechanic. On race events, garage kart space and hospitality are included with access to drinks, snacks, mechanics, tools and equipment. We do not provide driving gear, track entry fees, lunch or the cost of damaged/lost team property. In unusual circumstances a driver my prefer new tires or rain tires should the situation arise. This can be provided at an additional charge.
What driver safety gear is required?
A karting specific or full-face motorcycle helmet with a Snell rating of M2010 or higher is required.
Close toe shoes are required. Something with a thinner sole is recommended.
Close fingered gloves are required.
Any karting style driving suit or Leather jacket is required. Fire resistant car suits do not offer abrasion protection and are not recommended!
Neck restraints such as foam doughnuts are highly recommended for track days and are required for race days.
Rib protection vests are highly recommended and required for all children and Shifterkart drivers.
How long is a race day or track day and what can I expect?
Race days usually begin at 8:00 am. You need to arrive by 7:30 am to have enough time for registration and to get ready. Each race day is sanctioned by Utah Motorsports Campus and includes 1 warmup session, 2 heat races and one feature race. There is a 30 minute lunch break and the day will normally end with awards at approximately 3:00 pm.
During weekday track days we setup shop on the track pitlane instead of the day garages, otherwise the same amenities are provided relative to race days. Track days usually begin at noon and will run until sunset or 7:00 pm., and in some cases morning track time is available.
Track days provide a much more relaxed schedule than those on race weekends and are perfect for casual driving, testing or driver development.
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