A go kart, however simple and essential it may seem, is actually a hyper-technological product, the result of in-depth studies on geometries, materials and mechanics. This is not just a few tubes welded together and a more or less powerful engine that makes the wheels turn: in a kart there are many elements that play a decisive role and hide within them a series of very interesting details, both from the technical point of view, both engineering and mechanical.
The technical focus section of TKART Magazine is dedicated to deepening these aspects, analyzing in detail, with photos, computerized renders, animations, drawings and so on, the accessories and components most used by kartists and produced by the most important manufacturers.
The magnesium rims, the carbon blades for the engine, the latest generation air filters, the details to make the best use of special means such as the Briggs & Stratton kart ... There are many articles already present in this section, focused on all aspects of a kart that is continuously updated, punctually following the market news and the most technological proposals of the manufacturers.