Endurance Karting was introduced to Australia in the late 1990's. Unlike sprint karting, where races are usually only 10 or 15 laps, endurance events are usually for a minimum of 4 hours and can be as long as 24 hours - continuous racing!

Pit stops, driver changes, refuelling stops, race strategy and kart preparation all combine to offer a challenging and exciting "real racing" environment at a cost which is comparatively affordable.

TEKA has 2 engine suppliers, Briggs & Stratton, and Honda. The B&S's are powered by two 8hp motors. The two Honda's are powered by 6.5hp motors. This ensures that speeds can reach around the 100km/h mark. The racing is competitive and close with teams often separated by seconds or minutes at the end of a 6 hour race.


Contact:  Matt Hill

Phone:  0405 133 544


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