Daytona Beach, FL
December 27-30, 2019
March 6-8, 2020
May 8-10, 2020
Summit Point, WV
May 30-31, 2020
June 19-21, 2020
July 3-5, 2020
July 10-12, 2020
August 14-16, 2020
September 25-27, 2020
CHASSIS: Design must be 1980 or older
A) No Bodywork except Vintage style Nassau panels and Margay concept nose. FKE Karts are an exception and may compete with their stock body, B) Floor Pans must be within the main frame rails only, C) Bumpers on all karts and nerf bars on sprints and single tank endures must meet current WKA safety inspections. D) Axles must be stock diameter. No upgrades allowed.
BRAKES: Upgrades are allowed and strongly recommended
A) One 6-inch hydraulic disc brake is the minimum allowed on Vintage USA Karts, B) Vintage Limited and Vintage Euro karts are required to have 2 separate hydraulic braking circuits and a means to prevent complete failure of one circuit fails. If rear brakes only are used, there must be a minimum of 2 six inch discs or one 7.125-inch vented disc, 2 master cylinders, and 2 brake calipers. C) All karts with foreign motors over 110cc are required to have 2 separate braking systems, one operating on the front wheels and one on the rear axle. A means to prevent complete failure if one system fails is required. Multi foreign engine karts are required to have a minimum of one 7.125-inch vented disc or two 7 inch solid discs on the rear axle.
WHEEL STUDS: 5/16-inch wheel stud are permitted and a strongly recommended upgrade for all Vintage Karts. Per the 2017 WKA Tech Manual, they are required for all Vintage Limited karts.
CLUTCH: Any drum type engine clutch or Horstman 4 spring DXL is allowed. Any dry drum type axle clutch is allowed, i.e. Bystrom, Hegar, Hartman, Proline, Tripp. Vintage Euro Karts may use a Horstman axle clutch.
TECH: Engines represented as stock are expected to have stock exhaust port size and height and stock reed cages. Carburetor bore, exhaust ports and fuel can be checked as required. The appropriate WKA Tech Manuals are available for reference at the track.