Last years IAME international final was a big success, and with the rise of the X30 in the UK, it looks to be even bigger this year! This is a little preview video to get you in the mood with more excitement, emotions, adrenaline and racing than before, this years finals look like they’re going to be the best yet. Now where do I sign up!
Sometimes you’ve just gotta accept that someone has bigger kahunas than you, this is mental stuff! Watch this brave individual tackle a challenging hillclimb course without breaking a sweat.
The actual event is only from 5:20 to 6:40
Bad thing about clutch less motors is all that pesky push starting, As you’d imagine there’s a knack to doing it right, Something that this chap hasn’t quite mastered yet. Luckily he was fine, bar the odd bruise. I can’t be dealing with push starting me, Too much like hard work…
You may have heard of Colin Furze before for his previous inventions, the 70MPH mobility scooter to name one, but this time he’s gone a step further… By strapping a pulse jet to a go kart.
Colin is a well known YouTube inventor and holder of three world records including longest motorcycle, Biggest Bonfire and Fastest mobility scooter. But as well as being completely bonkers, he is also a fantastic engineer, creating many unbelievable devices and machines using jet engines and other things that make lots of noise.
This creation however seems to be one of his coolest to date first stretching an old Rolling chassis and then fitting his own home-made pulse jet to the back. He even uploads videos on how he made it so you can too, I think its a beast even if your KGP can go faster…
Here we see the Praga team having a laugh at the X30 world final a couple of years ago; featuring Karts, Drone shots, Crashes and Girls in this mash up of a weekend to remember…
If you’ve ever raced in the UK chances are you’ve been in this situation where its dry you are out on slicks when the heavens open, it’s a bit of a curveball sometimes and can really mix up a race.
It may not look like it but it actually rains quite heavily, a fact that the drivers remain ignorant to for a surprising amount of time. My personal highlight was the “sorry mate” when he bins it
These new indoor kart tracks are a bit too twisty don’t you think? Well this chap had the same idea and created a new shortcut by going under the barrier.