Kart RacingEDKRA

Kart Racing
1.1km Track
World-class facility
Family Friendly
Ages 7 to 80+
Learn karting
Volunteer Operated
RV Camping
Facilities available
Racing Events
Weekends & Wednesdays


The Edmonton & District Kart Racing Association (EDKRA) is a Kart Racing Club that operates under the dedication and passion of its members and volunteers.

Their pride lies in providing a platform for both recreational and competitive go-karting. At the heart of EDKRA is their world-class facility boasting a 1.1km karting track, complete with pit stalls, RV camping areas, washrooms, a race office, and a tech building utilized for karting events and educational endeavors. Recognized nationally for their exceptional facility and race events, EDKRA stands as a beacon for karting enthusiasts.

 Karting Classes

At EDKRA, karting classes are meticulously structured to accommodate drivers of various ages, skill levels, and racing preferences. The breakdown of classes ensures that participants can find a suitable category to match their experience and aspirations.

  1. Cadet Classes : Designed for young drivers aged 7 to 11 years old, Cadet classes feature purpose-built smaller karting chassis. These karts are equipped with either a Briggs LO206 4-cycle engine restricted on fuel flow or a Rotax Micro Max FR125 engine with restricted fuel flow, air flow, and specific gearing. Cadet classes aim to familiarize children with kart driving and competing on a track. Adult involvement is often required to guide young racers on safety, engine and chassis tuning, and provide a positive influence on their racing journey.
  2. Mini Max and Junior 4-Cycle Classes: Open to participants aged 12 to 15 years old, Mini Max and Junior 4-Cycle classes utilize cadet karting chassis paired with either a Briggs LO206 4-cycle engine or a Rotax FR125 2-cycle engine. While these engines are restricted in horsepower, they offer more power than cadet classes, catering to improving racers within the junior age group. Junior classes typically boast faster speeds than cadet classes, with some variants rivaling the pace of senior classes.
  3. Senior Classes: Senior classes cater to drivers aged 15 and above, offering a diverse range of categories based on weight and engine package. These classes feature full-size chassis paired with various engine options, including Non-Restricted Briggs LO206 four-cycle engines, Rotax FR125 two-cycle engines, Rotax FR125 DD2 two-speed shifter two-cycle engines, or any 6-speed sequential shifter two-cycle engines. Within the senior category, there's also a "Masters" class tailored for drivers aged 32 and above.
  4. Four Cycles: Four-cycle sprint racing has gained popularity in recent years due to its affordability and excitement. EDKRA's four-cycle classes exclusively use the Briggs LO206 engine, a sealed OHV engine known for its reliability, cost-efficiency, and competitive performance. With minimal maintenance requirements and relatively inexpensive parts, the Briggs LO206 engine provides an accessible entry point for aspiring kart racers.

Racing Opportunities 

EDKRA offers various race options, including weekend club events and Wednesday night races. With events catering to different age categories and experience levels, there's something for everyone at EDKRA.

Whether you're a seasoned racer or a complete novice, EDKRA provides a welcoming and inclusive environment for karting enthusiasts to pursue their passion for speed and competition. With top-notch facilities, expert guidance, and a vibrant community, EDKRA sets the stage for unforgettable karting experiences for racers of all ages.

The Adventure

  • Step 1: Attend Try-A-Kart
    The EDKRA Try-A-Kart program offers the perfect opportunity to dip your toes into the exhilarating world of karting. Catering to ages 8 to 80 and beyond, this program provides both classroom and on-track experiences. Participants delve into various aspects of karting, including kart categories, maintenance, track navigation, racing etiquette, safety protocols, and much more.
  • Step 2: Learn About Kart Classes
    Sprint kart classes at EDKRA are segmented based on driver age, engine package, and total vehicle/driver weight. Before investing in your first kart, it's crucial to familiarize yourself with these classes to ensure you find the perfect fit for your racing aspirations.
  • Step 3: Deciding What to Buy
    Before making any purchases, aspiring kart racers must determine where they plan to race and which class they intend to compete in. Without this crucial information, investing in karting equipment may lead to unnecessary expenses.
  • Step 4: Safety Equipment
    Once you've selected a suitable class, it's essential to acquire the necessary safety equipment required for racing at EDKRA. Ensuring the safety of drivers is paramount, and adherence to safety guidelines is strictly enforced.
  • Step 5: Get a Membership
    After familiarizing yourself with different classes and safety requirements, the next step is to join the club. Becoming a member of EDKRA grants access to a vibrant karting community, exclusive events, and numerous resources to support your racing journey.
  • Step 6: Essentials for Race Day
    Preparing for race day involves gathering essential items to ensure a successful and enjoyable experience. From running shoes and water to a positive attitude, proper preparation is key to making the most of your karting adventure.
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57 Ave
Warburg, T0C 2T0
57 Ave
Warburg, T0C 2T0
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