All karts must pass through safety tech prior to racing. WKA champ kart and engine (Briggs flatheads only) rules will be in effect, unless specified below.
A Wolf Plate is mandatory.
All header pipes must be fully wrapped, with "header wrap". It is not necessary to wrap a muffler (if utilized).
All drivers must have, at a minimum, a full SFI (fire-rated) fire suit. The suit may be one, or two-piece. Any SFI-rating is allowable. The tag(s) must be visible, to easily identify the SFI rating.
All karts must have clearly contrasting #’s and be easy to read. Two number panels must be hung from the upper frame rails, on both sides. BRIGHT contrasting numbers are encouraged. Failure to use two panels may result in disqualification of your vehicle.
Only senior champ kart frames are allowed (no Jr. Sportsman). Although a WKA "tag" is not required for an older frame, no structural modifications are allowed from the original design. Champ kart frames must meet all other WKA specification requirements.
Effective with the March 13, 2010 race, all noses must measure a minimum of 16 inches, as measured from the floorpan, to the top rearward center edge of the nose. No additional pieces can be added to the rearward center of the nose, to make it higher. The rearward edge of the nose must remain unaltered, as received from the manufacturer.
All karts must have a full 5-point harness (shoulder, lap and submarine belts). In addition, all champ karts must utilize arm restraints. Failure to connect the arm restraints prior to entering the racing surface may result in disqualification and/or suspension. In addition, any attempt to disconnect or loosen one, or both, arm restraints during a race may result in disqualification and/or suspension.
All champ karts must utilize a helmet net on the left side of the kart, AND a head restraint device. For more information regarding these required devices, please visit the series website at: www.secksracing.com