Who makes Birel karts?

Who makes Birel karts?

Birel ART is an Italian go-kart manufacturer that is a result of a merger between two entities, Birel and ART Grand Prix. Birel has existed since the late 1950s when the founder, Umberto Sala, started making karts just for fun.

Where are Praga karts made?

Salizzole, Italy
Manufactured by IPKarting in Salizzole, Italy, Praga Karts enjoy success at all levels of the sport around the world – from Club level to the World Championship. In Australia, Praga Karts has been victorious in the Australian Kart Championship and Rotax Pro Tour over the past few years.

Are Bintelli karts good?

The parts are inexpensive and the quality is marginally acceptable for a backyard track. I think they are a great beginner kart where one can learn the basics of driving and maintenance. I don’t think they will be competative at all in a sanctioned race. The front ends are not able to be adjusted enough for one thing.

Are Praga karts any good?

If you have dedicated support from a shop/team that knows the product, you can be successful on many brands. KR is a good kart, OTK is a good kart, Praga is a good kart. I like the OTK product because the build quality is nice, they are fairly easy to tune, and the support is widespread.

How much is a Praga R1?

At $159,000, the R1 is not cheap. But, considering the safety, engineering, and stunning beauty of the car, it seems a fair price. Best of all, it was designed to easily accept other engines. So, if you ever outgrow the stock 2.0-liter, more power can easily be installed.

How fast do Rotax karts go?

The top speed of a Rotax Max 125 engine depends on various factors and variables. Under perfect, unrestricted conditions, the Rotax Max 125 engine can reach 87 mph (140 km/h). It can also accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) in just 2.5 seconds!

What engine is in a Praga?

2.0-liter F4R turbocharged inline-four
The car is powered by a Renault Sport-sourced 2.0-liter F4R turbocharged inline-four, which produces 330 to 390 hp (246 to 291 kW; 335 to 395 PS), the power being dependent on the customer’s setup.