The world of kart racing has grown to include indoor and outdoor racing. The races are traditionally held outdoors, but more and more pilots compete in the current of the indoor circuit. So on those rainy or winter days, you can always enjoy in-room racing without worrying about Mother Nature. However, there are some differences between the outside race than inside a closed building.
In general, indoor go-kart track races have a slippery floor. This can make driving around the corner more difficult. Making your kart slide across the floor will decrease the pace and time of your race. Ideally, you should try to avoid slipping as much as possible. Some songs keep indoor raceway with a solid rear axle, which can help in this situation.
When competing in the indoor kart, there is a small learning curve to familiarize yourself with your given kart. You will have to make the necessary adjustments to obtain the maximum speed of your kart. You may notice that some tend to slide on the back of the kart.
Others will move on and may not respond to how you drive. Not all karts will have wheels of the same size, which could be a greater challenge when driving. This will cause the kart to pull to one side rather than in a straight line. You will have to adjust according to your kart to be competitive and compete well. This includes changing your driving style.
Indoor karting can be a challenge, but it could be interesting anyway. It is a sport that requires quick reflexes and intelligence to adapt to your given kart.