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  • LapChrono

    Introduction LapChrono is a simple stopwatch app which is designed to be used at the side of the circuit to time up to six drivers in the same session. The app is free to download and allows full access to the app for 7 days. Once the trial is over, you are limited to recording data to one driver. First Impressions When we say this app is simple, we mean SIMPLE! The whole app experience is dominated by the timing screen shown below. This screen contains 8 tiles, 2

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    KartKraft - Review

    Introduction NOTE: THIS REVIEW IS OUT OF DATE. IT WAS WRITTEN BASED ON AN EARLY BETA VERSION OF THE GAME. NEW REVIEW COMING SOON. In 2008, a Karting sim in development caught our eye. It was known as "KartSim". It looked promising as far as physics were concerned and the graphics were OK. Years went by with little in the way of updates and by 2014, the game looked dead in the water. From the outside, it looked like the project had lost momentum but in reality the developer (Z

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    Alfano Digital Pressure & Temperature Gauge

    *****IMAGES COMING SOON***** Introduction Tyre pressures and tyre temperatures are one of the most important aspects of karting and circuit racing in general. Getting them right can mean the difference between being at the front or plummeting to the back of the field in the first few laps. Today we look at a device which can measure and record both tyre pressure and tyre temperature. The Alfano Digital Air Pressure Gauge with integrated temperature measurement is a premi

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    Tools & Pit Equipment

    Bell KC3 CMR - Quick Review

    The Bell KC3 CMR is a Snell CMR 2007 Approved helmet designed for karting (cannot be used in cars) and is focused towards younger drivers with its lighter weight and smaller form factor. Despite of this, it still offers a high level of protection.   First Impressions. Bell have created a great looking helmet which is based on the Bell HP3. The helmet Comes in 3 colours, White, Orange and Blue. The orange and blue come in a pre painted design straight from the box so if

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    Clothing & Safety Equip 1

    Praga Dragon Evo - KZ

    Introduction Praga Karts come under the IPK banner which also includes the Formula K kart brand and OK karts (not to be confused with the new OK engine class!) The Praga company itself is of Czech origin however the kart operation is run out of Italy. Prior to this season, I have experience of Tony Kart and Birel in KZ and soley Tony Kart in other direct drive classes. I’m not someone who changes kart manufacture every six months, I tend to stick with what I know. KZ is a cla

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    Tru-Tension - Chain Monkey

    Introduction Correct chain tension is crucial to achieve maximum performance from your engine and minimal energy loss in the drivetrain. In the case of having the chain too tight, you will not only zap your engines power but you will increase the wear on the engine crank and bearings. This can be costly if it's a regular occurrence. Having the chain too loose on the other hand, can often see the chain being thrown from the sprocket, usually causing damage to the sprocket, sprocket carrier, ch

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