Malibu grand prix 3/4 scale indy car go cart

Malibu grand prix 3/4 scale Indy type race car , Cuyuna 440 twin cyl 2stroke eng ,fully adjustable suspension

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My Malibu Grand Prix car w/ snowmobile 440
This is my malibu Grand prix car. I put a 440 cc snowmobile engine on it .





Malibu Grand Prix/Raceways. Best two laps, April 2013, (GoPro Helmet Cam)
Taken at Malibu Raceways, in Beaverton Oregon, just days before it's closure.. Back when I started driving there, in the 80's, Malibu Grand Prix had a "winners circle" program. You had to get a 52.99 second or better time around the track, and if you did, and it was witnessed by a manager, you were awarded "Winner's Circle" status. You got a different drivers licence, and you got to drive the 'special' car. This car had a two-strike motor, and was chassis tuned better. The Winners Circle car could, in the right hands get times under 50 seconds. Lap record, as I recall, is somewhere in the 48 second range. Back then, after a few years of practice, I got into the Winners Circle. My best time in the "faster" car, was, as I recall, 50.2 seconds around the track. Since that time, I got older, fatter, and haven't been able to get under 52.99 despite many tries.. Until today..My best two laps, in 20+ years... finally made it back under.... It helped I had a friend to chase... 52.919, and 52.801. It's not much under, but I did it. Being my own worst critic, I can see the mistakes I made.. and based on that, I think my perfect lap sits somewhere in the 51.xx range, given who I am today. Malibu Raceways LLC lost its' lease in 3/2013. Phone call, 30 days to evacuate, and out you go.. due to ... greed... 34 years in the same spot and they got 30 days notice.. Wrong. Just Wrong.





Malibu Grand Prix - 1980 (Anaheim, CA)
Malibu Grand Prix cars ($15,000 each) at the Anaheim, California location. Locations throughout the USA in mid 1970s to early/mid 1990s. Fun drive, acceleration on the slow side on this 28 h.p. motor version, however would not be for a novice driver. Car displayed great handling and braking characteristics. Video shot in the Fall of 1980. A glimpse back in history. Interest to the vintage kart racer. Believe to be Virage chassis, powered by Fichtel & Sachs wankel motor. Also, available with a Kawasaki Vertical Twin 2 Cycle Piston Port.





9 Reasons to Buy an Old Go Kart!
Why spend thousands on a brand new go kart if you won't use it in competitions? Here are 9 reasons why you should buy an old racing go kart. For a few hundred dollars, you and your friends can have tons of fun, gain driving and mechanic experience, and embrace your inner Ricky Bobby. Please comment if you'd like to see more of this go kart! Music: http://incompetech.com/ ATTENTION: WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR INJURIES INFLICTED UPON ONESELF OR OTHERS IN ANY GO KART, MINI BIKE, CAR, OR OTHER RELATED ACCIDENTS. ALL CARSANDCAMERAS CONTENT IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. The following video features activities performed in controlled environments by knowledgeable persons. DO NOT attempt to duplicate, re-create, or perform the same or similar activities at home, as personal injury or property damage may result. CARS AND CAMERAS, the persons shown in this video and ANY CONTRIBUTOR, ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY such injury or damage. ALL CARSANDCAMERAS CONTENT IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. Cars and Cameras makes no representation about the sufficiency of any safety precautions and equipment used in this video.




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