JET Karting at Michiana Raceway Park

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[update] Just found out how to change the url for the page to www.facebook.com/jetkarting
Go to www.facebook.com/usernames to do this for your account.


Points Race Daily Schedule

At the end of last season, looking through attendance records as well as comments from racers, we saw 'early morning practice' loosing popularity.  This season will have an increased Group Practice time, with a slightly earlier start time.

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Sr Supercan

I have heard interest through the winter in the Sr. Supercan class.  I'd love to have it strong here again.  If you are interested in running it this summer, I'll make you a really good deal on a season pass. Email me, and we'll work it out.  We need to have at least 3 karts for a class, but would like to have many more.

Don't wait.  Now is the time to help me organize this class for 2010!

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First Race - April 10

We had our schedule posted, but our first race conflicted with the Route 66 first race.  Since we would like to schedule around the Route 66 Series, we have moved opening race to the 10th of April.

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Fall hours

With weather turning cooler, we are looking at shortening the hours a little.  Starting October 26, we will be closed on Mondays.  Also, weekday hours are now 11am - dark.  As always, keep an eye on the right navigation of this site for correct hours.

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Halloween Gran Prix

Our annual Halloween Gran Prix is on Oct 31 this year.  With the full compliment of 30 lap mains and 100 lap races, everyone should be able to finish the season with some fun.  Remember that the grid is set by order of signup.

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Track Records!

This weekend was a fast one, as we had two drivers set a track records.  Congratulations to Thayne Chapin for setting a new Rookie record, and Christian Vega for setting a new record in Spec racer.

We would also like to congratulate Rick Apichairuk for setting a TAG Masters track record at 61 Kartway during the Route 66 race there.  Rick has been contracting tuning services with us here at JET Karting for the Route 66 series, and we are proud to be a part of his success.

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Club Racing - Fuel & Oil

Rotax, Spec Racer & Kid Kart
All Rotax, Spec Racer and Kid Kart racers will run 93 octane fuel sold on-site.

Rotax must use XPS oil.
 
Kid Kart may use Burris Castor, Burris Blend, or Redline oil.

 
Yamaha, Komet & Tag
Sunoco Standard 110 with Burris Castor, Burris Blend, or Redline - 8 oz. per gallon. No fuel additives allowed.

 


JET Karting is the Chicago Suburbs Best Karting Experience

Not your standard "bumper cars," these karts are capable of over 45 mph, evenly matched to make the driver the most crucial part of the equation. These Italian karts are true racing machines. Dice it up on Chicagolands’s best karting track. Measuring in at over a half mile long, this professional road course is designed to reward drivers for using smooth hands and a cool head. With fast sweepers, hairpin turns and elevation changes, it’s no wonder that Concept Haulers Motor Speedway in Norway, IL is a many time host of karting National Championships.


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