Throughout the years NatSKA has seen many classes come and go, ranging from the sports most popular engines to the not so much ‘do it yourself and get your hands dirty’ kind! The main focus has always been on what offers up the best all round experience: driving, tinkering and value for money.
The sport and it’s regulations have changed over the years narrowing scope for the chance to build your own kart and understand how it works but NatSKA still strives to offer the opportunity for kids, teens and parents alike to learn about the karts and all the mechanisms involved. Learning and knowing what your kart is doing is half the experience and may make the difference when it comes to getting on the top step of that podium.
Whilst training to achieve the full racing licence Drivers are restricted to our low power classes for safety reasons. These can also be raced in NatSKA’s normal meeting structure once a license is gained, competing against each other just as the high powers do.
When a full license is acquired and enough experience gained the high powers offer up a bit more of a exhilarating experience. These tend to be the more competitive classes offering up some impressive wheel to wheel action!