Find ATVs of All Shapes and Sizes from Yamaha

Written by Mitch Johnson

Yamaha has pleased its customers in every aspect possible for years, which is why it is not a surprise that they have succeeded in giving ATV riders what they want. There are new models of Yamaha all terrain vehicles each year and 2005 is no exception. Yamaha has already released a few new 2005 ATV models in each of their categories, sport, utility and youth.

ATV riders have been extremely pleased inrepparttar past withrepparttar 137762 features and designs produced by Yamaha, which is why consumers continue going back for more, keeping Yamaha ranked amongrepparttar 137763 most popular and trusted ATV providers. Whether a person uses their ATV for workingrepparttar 137764 land or tearingrepparttar 137765 trails up, and no matter how long they have been involved in repparttar 137766 sport, Yamaha consumers are satisfied withrepparttar 137767 job that gets done. Riders of all ages and all experience levels flock to Yamaha for their ATV needs because even just one of their stock ATVs can charge through virtually any terrain. The toughness of Yamaha ATVs combined withrepparttar 137768 high speed for sport riders andrepparttar 137769 strength for utility riders isrepparttar 137770 perfect mixture of characteristics for a trusted product. ATVers have reviewed allrepparttar 137771 models from Yamaha, dating back torepparttar 137772 first released, and each new style generates talk about how strong and dependable their four-wheelers are.

To keep their customers pleased and coming back for more, Yamaha tweaks and changes previously successful models so that a new, advanced model can be released to please even more. Examples of this arerepparttar 137773 new Yamaha Raptor 660R for sport ATVers, andrepparttar 137774 Grizzly 660R, a utility ATV. These new models haverepparttar 137775 largest engines of any Yamaha ATVs. Bothrepparttar 137776 Raptor andrepparttar 137777 Grizzly are established Yamaha ATVs, butrepparttar 137778 new models are enhanced advancements ofrepparttar 137779 older models.

Go Cart Racing for the Long Haul

Written by Mitch Johnson

Inrepparttar world of go carting, many participants have embracedrepparttar 137761 sport competitively, which has resulted in racing events occurring acrossrepparttar 137762 nation at tracks made especially for go cart street racing. Amateurs and seasoned go cart drivers are attracted torepparttar 137763 large scale go cart racing events that have become serious competitions. Endurance karting is what many ofrepparttar 137764 go cart races have been dubbed because most ofrepparttar 137765 popular track events consist of long distance races. Endurance karting is an event where a series of races are held at tracks aroundrepparttar 137766 United States, such as those in Florida, North Carolina, Nevada, New Jersey and Connecticut. The events have 90 minute, three hour, four hour, six hour and eight hour races with participants of all ages and experience levels competing. The endurance karting has a system set up to classifyrepparttar 137767 racers by age, weight and experience level. In each race there are several first place prizes awarded because teams from every classification level compete inrepparttar 137768 races.

This type of racing is said to be a European style. Racers and advocates of endurance karting enjoy it because it mimicsrepparttar 137769 Nascar races. The set up of these long distance, time consuming go cart races is professional grade. Go cart racers have driver changes throughoutrepparttar 137770 race and tedious passing and other driving skills are strategically executed by each team.

Endurance karting events bring in numerous racers, but sincerepparttar 137771 competitions are so long and require driver changes, teams are a must. Avid go carters or those that are members of a go carting club often bring their own team of three or four drivers. If you are new torepparttar 137772 sport or just a lone rider, individual racers are welcome and will be appointed to a team.

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