Lamar County Speedway Starting Gear Ratio Info Added

Atlanta Karting Kart Racing

We are happy to announce another valuable addition to our revised website! We have added a Starting Gear Ratio Information Page to make it easy for first time GSKA racers or GSKA racers who are trying a new class. The majority of these ratios will be very close, typically +/- 1 tooth. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the page. We are still looking for ratio information for LO206 Junior, so if you have raced LO206 Junior and would like to share your starting gear please Contact Us with the information and we will complete the chart!


GSKA Tire Treatment Policy

Atlanta Karting Kart Racing

As announced earlier this year, GSKA has revised it’s tire treatment policy. We ask that all competitors review and make themselves familiar with the GSKA Tire Treatment Policy.

It has always been GSKA’s goal to insure a fair and level playing field for competitors of all experience levels. We feel a simple and clear policy on tire treatment is key to ensure a level playing field.

GSKA Joins 2017 Briggs & Stratton Weekly Racing Series

GSKA Joins 2017 Briggs & Stratton Weekly Racing Series

GSKA is proud to announce that the 2017 SuperSeries racing series will also be part of the Briggs 2017 Weekly Racing Series. GSKA racers will automatically have their results submitted to compete on the national WRS program which features great prizes again for 2017. GSKA SuperSeries races 1 – 7 will count toward the Briggs Weekly Racing Series standings, with no drops.

For more information and current point standings visit the Briggs & Stratton Weekly Racing Series Website


GSKA TWO ‘O SIX Money Race Wrap-UP

Atlanta Karting Kart Racing

Congratulations to the 2 winners of the Two O’ Six Tournament!

Roberts Kart Shop LO206 Senior – Joseph Skaggs

LO206 Sportsman – Tanner Carter

GSKA would like to thank all the racers who showed up for this head-to-head battle, many of you had breakout days in terms of lap times and some recording their first wins in their brackets! It certainly was an exciting day with several of the brackets needing to go to a tie breaker third session. In a race that rewarded consistency, precision and speed the two winners raced their way through the brackets never wavering to the pressure. Both took home trophies and money for their efforts.

Thanks to a generous donation from Mark Skaggs, there was a Sportsman Shootout money race at the end of the day. Once again Tanner Carter won the shootout and swept the day. Elijah Skaggs came in second followed closely by Peyton Bridges.

This day would not have been nearly as much fun had it not been for some “innocent by-standers” jumping in to help our race crew with the untraditional race day activities. Chasity Bridges, Clint Hall, Cody Hall, Cale Hall, Melanie Walker, Bob Barthelemy, and Steve Roberts we thank you! Hopefully I haven’t forgotten anyone. It is great people like this that make GSKA the best place to race!

We look forward to seeing everyone at the next race April 22.  Register Today!