Go-kart racing has a fascinating history that traces its origins back to the mid-20th century. Here is an overview of the history of go-kart racing:

  1. 1950s - Invention of the Go-Kart: The history of go-kart racing begins in the United States in the 1950s. Art Ingels, an engineer at Kurtis Kraft, is often credited with building the first go-kart in 1956. He mounted a small engine to a four-wheeled frame, creating a simple and small racing vehicle.

  2. Popularization: Go-karts quickly gained popularity as recreational vehicles and became a hit among motorsport enthusiasts. They were accessible and allowed people to experience the thrill of racing without the need for a full-sized race car.

  3. 1957 - The Birth of Karting: The first organized go-kart race took place in 1957 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The race attracted a significant number of participants and spectators, marking

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