Welcome!!
Here is some basic informtaion on KCKA
Welcome to the Kansas City Karting Association 
About Us: 
Welcome to KCKA Karting! A family friendly racing environment for people of all racing backgrounds. Our racing series is an atmosphere surrounded with positivity. Our series is not the typical series that you see on TV. Its a laid back and fun place to race 

Mission Statement:
Our goal at KCKA Karting is to create the best racing atmosphere in Missouri. To supply to the needs of drivers of all racing backgrounds.

Board Members: 
Chairman: Chris Cunningham 
President: David Gharst Jr.  Call Now
Treasurer and Secretary: Jennifer Brockelman
Why KCKA?

Hear why people love KCKA

  1. Managing Director
    "I love the very family friendly atmosphere here at KCKA. When I came to my first race, I as scared to death. But when I got there, I couldn't have felt more at home. Kids like Trae Gharst and Taumr Sutton made me feel like one of the gang. I've made so many friends and I couldn't be happier!"
    Riley Johnston
KCKA Raceway
  1. KC Karting Association Raceway
    KC Karting Association Raceway
    Liberty, Missouri
Rules
  1. 2018 KCKA Rule Book
    The rules of the Kansas City Karting Association
  2. 2018 KART Rules Book
    The official KART rule book
  3. 2019 Briggs 206 Rules
    The official Briggs and Stratton 206 engine rules set
KCKA Rule Book 
KART Rule Book 
Briggs 206 Rule Set 
Classes
Membership Applications
  1. 2019 KCKA Membership Application
    Please fill out this application to join the KCKA family!
KCKA Membership Application 
Track Day Procedures

Practice 

Open Practice 

The Liberty track is open to all registered KCKA Members. Before hitting the track all and any drivers MUST sign the sign in sheet! 

NOTE: The track is closed the third Friday and Saturday of each month. 
NOTE: Only KCKA Registered members are allowed to practice at the Track. NO OTHERS

The track gates open at 7 A.M . In the time between the gates opening and the drivers meeting is time for you to get your kart ready for the track. Our kart inspector will be around to make sure your kart is race ready.

Race Day Schedule 

Racing Schedule


Free Practice One: (5 min per group) 

Free Practice Two: (5 min per group) 

Qualifying: (7 min per group) 

Pre-Final: (10-12 Laps per group) 

Final: (18 Laps per group)

Gates open: 7:00am

Registration: 7:00 – 9:00am

Driver’s Meeting: 9:00am

Racing: 9:30am – finish

Awards: 15 minutes after last race



Fees

Driver (Member): $45
Driver (Non-Member): $55

Hot Pits: $10
Pit Pass / Spectator: $5​​
12 & Under: $3
FAQ
  1. Q

    ​​Do You Have To Have Racing Experience to race at KCKA?

    A

    No, one of the great things about KCKA is the fact that you do not have to have racing experience to race with us. Throughout the races you run, you are sure to learn how to race!
  2. Q

    What is the atmosphere like at KCKA?

    A

    At KCKA, every race is a good time. We all are family here and we all help each other out with any problem they might have. We love racing and we love being competitive, but at the end of the day, we walk away as friend.
  3. Q

    How do watch the races if I am not able to attend?

    A

    1. Go to our DriveTribe link under our Schedule Tab 2. Check out the Facebook Live Stream
  4. Q

    What Karting can teach kids:

    A

    1. Driving skills that will make them better drivers on the real world streets that just might save their life someday. 2. Instincts on what other drivers may do and how to react in situations. 3. Mechanical skills and knowledge that will be handy throughout their life. 4. Ability to know about and use tools. (Today’s kids don’t know) 5. Physical world dexterity that computer gaming doesn’t provide. 6. Spend quality family time together. (It’s still cool to do as teenagers)
  5. Q

    Is it safe?

    A

    Statistically safer than driving here, playing football, etc.
  6. Q

    Is there safety gear?

    A

    They are required to wear Helmets, Neck Braces, Chest\Rib Protectors, Driving Suits, Driving Gloves, Driving Shoes designed for this purpose.
  7. Q

    Is the track safe?

    A

    Track Rules are explained every event and in place to make safety the number 1 priority