go-karting


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go-karting

n
(Motor Racing) the sport of racing or riding on karts
Translations

go-karting

[ˈgəʊˌkɑːtɪŋ] Nkarting m
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The Accies squad went go-karting during the Premiership pit stop to build up team spirit.
AN indoor go-karting track is set to come to Liverpool later this year.
CHRIS POWELL has revealed how a bowl of pasta and an afternoon of go-karting helped drive his Town players to their four-point Easter haul.
Redditch-based Chartered Accountants Hayward Wright brought 64 participants from 16 local businesses together for their annual go-karting event at Grand Prix Karting in Birmingham in aid of Sight Concern Worcestershire - one of the firm's chosen charities.
Ras Al Khaimah is now officially home to the Middle East's first-ever go-karting facility to be set up inside a mall.
LEADING businesses from across the Midlands came together to take part in the Birmingham Post's annual go-karting event.
A MOTHER who suffered horrific "scalping" injuries in a freak go-karting accident is recovering in hospital after having emergency surgery.
Islamabad -- Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) held a day long go-karting event for its employees in conjunction with the earlier held Annual Sales Conference.
Why choose K1 Speed for your go-karting adventures instead of the local amusement park or miniature golf course?
Entry for teams of four is pounds 200 for two hours of go-karting, followed by a barbeque at Nancy's Bordello Bar and Restaurant.
Sydney, July 15 ( ANI ): Former Australian cricketer Brett Lee thought Sachin Tendulkar's car was 'souped-up', when the pair went for a go-karting session in Mumbai.
We will have two very experienced and highly trained instructors at the track for go-karting.