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    Track your favorite CCKRA/KKC driver!...Check out the live-streamed race data, current and past results! Includes current RaceHero and past MyLaps feed. Live data lets you watch…

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  • Classes

    2016 CCKRA Class List Following is the official list of Central California Kart Racing Association classes and basic class requirements. For  more detailed information refer to…

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  • Rules

    Karting rules are very important for fair competition The rules are a must read for all racers, crew members and parents. CCKRA practices good safety rules,…

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    "I wish I would have know that?" The Central California Kart Racing Association wants to make kart racing as fun and competitive as possible. Here are…

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A little history for you all. CCKRA started life as Kerman Kart Club. KKC hosted one of the largest annual events known as the Pepsi Race. Take a look at this article from the 70's, and some of the big names. I believe this was 1978. ... See MoreSee Less

The late Jerry Pino wins the IKF Speedway Nationals at Indian Hills, ahead of Glenn Araki. Jerry was a driver, official, flagman, and great friend. ... See MoreSee Less

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Loved that man. My dad loaned him an engine and he beat me with it. Thats my dad

Not sure the year, but the photo credit goes to Renee Goldberg. Al Mullis (30) on pole with Gary Christensen (0) off-pole. Glenn Araki in the 22. ... See MoreSee Less

Not sure the year, but the photo credit goes to Renee Goldberg.  Al Mullis (30) on pole with Gary Christensen (0) off-pole.  Glenn Araki in the 22.

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Wthout doing some digging I would guess 76, 77 or 78.

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D'Ann Mullis

Not sure why I'm looking back.

Thanks - I’ll make sure al sees it

Daaaang! Steam powered go karts! Jk

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A little history for you all. CCKRA started life as Kerman Kart Club. KKC hosted one of the largest annual events known as the Pepsi Race. Take a look at this article from the 70's, and some of the big names. I believe this was 1978. ... See MoreSee Less

A little history for you all.  CCKRA started life as Kerman Kart Club.  KKC hosted one of the largest annual events known as the Pepsi Race.  Take a look at this article from the 70s, and some of the big names.  I believe this was 1978.

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A Long History...

The Kerman Kart Club began as a group of kart enthusiasts and an open space in Kerman California. Three karters who had been racing at the past Riverview Kart Track needed their own course The three held a meeting, inviting business men and fellow karters. Out of it came the Kerman Kart Club with 15 members. Each member donated $50 to build the club’s first track. Borrowed farm equipment, donated labor and the donated money made the track a reality in a few months...

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