For more information about the Vintage Karting Association and associated National calendar of events, go to their website at VKAKarting.com
The Vintage Karting Association (VKA) was established for the support of Vintage Go Karts originally manufactured from karting’s 1956 inception to those karts made in 1975. The VKA provides members a forum for communications, event support, technical expertise, equipment sources, shop resources, karts & parts classifieds, information exchange, fellowship, and camaraderie.
The VKA vision is to grow Vintage Kart participation, further the acquisition, preservation, and restoration of Vintage Go-Karts in a safety minded venue. The VKA promotes the exhibition of these now historic machines, in both a Static Display format highlighting the restoration talents of our members, and Demonstration Events allowing members the opportunity to operate functional historical machines on a track recreating the look and excitement of actual competition events. The VKA hopes to create new friendships amongst members and non-members, renew old memories of those lucky enough to have witnessed karting in its early days, to educate today’s kart enthusiasts by showing them how it all began, and to pass this heritage on, ensuring the machines and attendant skills will not be lost in the future.
The Vintage Karting Association (VKA) is a formal organization assembled for the people who enjoy the earliest of Go Karts. Karting began in 1956 when Art Ingles made the first Go Kart in the configuration recognized as we know it today. Karts have gone from those basic machines to the sophisticated racing machines of the present day.
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Help the VKA promote the growth and awareness of vintage karting, participation growth will ensure the continuation of viable vintage karting events.
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2020 VKA Board of Directors
What are VKA events like?
Over the past 7+ years, the typical event format has usually consisted of several days of track practice sessions followed by racing heats. Events also usually include a judged Vintage Kart Show Competition, and one or more evening social gatherings. The events are less about “winning” and more about socially connecting and having FUN!
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