Saturday, November 17, 2007

How to Make Go Kart


How to make go kart

1. An elevated wooden racetrack comprising:

a) a wooden racetrack surface comprising a plurality of floor boards and having a first and second outer periphery, said wooden racetrack surface extending along a plurality of tiers elevated above ground level and having a plurality of bankedcurves, each banked curve defining at least part of a circumference of an imaginary circle having a predetermined center, the first outer periphery of said banked curve positioned toward said center so as to define an inside curve periphery, and thesecond outer periphery of said banked curve positioned toward said circumference so as to define an outside curve periphery, each banked curve comprising a plurality of wooden slats positioned on edge along a lengthwise dimension of the wooden slat andabuttingly adjoining at least one other wooden slat of said plurality of wooden slats, the plurality of wooden slats positioned bent into shape and at a predetermined angle of inclination from said inside curve periphery to said outside curve peripheryto thereby define the banked curve; and

b) a racetrack support frame comprising a plurality of vertical support posts anchored on suitable land and connected to a plurality of support members positioned to effectively support said wooden racetrack surface, thereby to provide elevationabove ground and structural support.

2. The racetrack of claim 1 further comprising at least one motorized amusement vehicle on said wooden racetrack surface.

3. The racetrack of claim 1, further including a shock absorbing guard rail positioned along at least one outer periphery of said wooden racetrack surface, thereby to absorb the shock of an impact produced by said motorized amusement vehicles.

4. The racetrack of claim 3, wherein said shock absorbing guard rail further comprises aircraft tires, thereby to provide increased shock absorption capacity.

5. The racetrack of claim 1, further comprising a safety fence positioned along said first and said second outer periphery of said wooden racetrack surface, thereby to prevent the motorized amusement vehicles from accidentally leaving the woodenracetrack surface.

6. The racetrack of claim 5, wherein said safety fence further comprises a plurality of safety wires connected to said vertical support posts and positioned along the first and second outer peripheries of the wooden racetrack surface.

7. The racetrack of claim 1, wherein said wooden racetrack surface further includes at least one arched bridge section positioned to form an overpass above at least a portion of said wooden racetrack surface, thereby to provide further varietyof elevation for said surface.

8. The racetrack of claim 1, wherein said racetrack support frame further includes at least one laminated support beam comprising a plurality of wooden boards connected to each other so as to form said laminated support beam, said laminatedsupport beam positioned connected to and underlying said wooden racetrack surface, thereby to provide very strong structural support.

9. The racetrack of claim 1, wherein at least one of said plurality of banked curve surfaces is banked at an angle selected from approximately 10 to 45 degrees.

10. The racetrack of claim 1, wherein said suitable land is selected from land having thereon a stormwater retention basin, a pond, a lake, and a wetland.

11. The racetrack of claim 1, wherein at least a portion of said wooden racetrack surface further comprises at least one layer of wood positioned between the plurality of floor boards and the plurality of support beams and braces, to thereby addstructural strength.

12. A method for operating motorized amusement vehicles comprising the steps of:

a) constructing a wooden racetrack surface having a first and second outer periphery, said wooden racetrack surface extending along a plurality of tiers elevated above ground level and having a plurality of banked curves, each banked curvedefining at least part of a circumference of an imaginary circle having a predetermined center, the first outer periphery of said banked curve positioned toward said center so as to define an inside curve periphery, and the second outer periphery of saidbanked curve positioned toward said circumference so as to define an outside curve periphery, each banked curve comprising a plurality of wooden slats positioned vertically on edge and abuttingly adjoining at least one other wooden slat of saidplurality, the plurality of wooden slats positioned bent into shape and at a predetermined angle of inclination from said inside curve periphery to said outside curve periphery, thereby to define the banked curve, said wooden racetrack surface for racingmotorized amusement vehicles thereon;

b) supporting the racetrack surface on a support frame comprising a plurality of vertical support posts anchored on suitable land and connected to a plurality of support beams and support braces, said support beams and support braces positionedabuttingly underlying and connected to said wooden racetrack surface, thereby to provide elevation above ground and structural support; andc) operating at least one motorized amusement vehicle on said racetrack, said vehicle having a driver for operating said vehicle.

13. The method of claim 12 wherein the at least one motorized amusement vehicle comprises a go-kart.

14. The method of claim 12, further comprising constructing a shock absorbing guard rail along at least one outer periphery of said wooden racetrack surface to thereby absorb the shock of an impact produced by said at least one motorizedamusement vehicle.

15. The method of claim 14 wherein the shock absorbing guard rail further comprises aircraft tires to provide increased shock absorption capacity.

16. The method of claim 12, further comprising constructing a safety fence along the first and second outer peripheries of the wooden racetrack surface to help prevent the at least one motorized amusement vehicle from accidentally leaving thewooden racetrack surface.

17. The method of claim 16, wherein constructing further comprises adding to the safety fence a plurality of safety wires connected to the vertical support posts and positioned along the first and second outer peripheries of the wooden racetracksurface.

18. The method of claim 12, further comprising constructing at least one arched bridge section positioned to form an overpass above at least a portion of the wooden racetrack surface to provide further variety of elevation.

19. The method of claim 12, further comprising constructing at least one laminated support beam comprising a plurality of wooden boards connected to each other underlying the wooden racetrack surface to provide structural support.

20. The method of claim 12, further comprising constructing at least one of the plurality of banked curves at an angle selected from approximately 10 to 45 degrees.

21. The method of claim 12, wherein supporting comprises suitable land selected from land having thereon a stormwater retention basin, a pond, a lake, and a wetland.

22. The method of claim 12, further comprising constructing the wooden racetrack surface having at least one layer of wood positioned between the plurality of floor boards and the plurality of support beams and braces to add structuralstrength.

2 Comments:

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November 18, 2007 at 10:41 PM  
Blogger Jane Ross said...

Jesslyn, Where is your UOI reflection. You have 0/10 for failing to complete this reflection.

December 4, 2007 at 11:32 PM  

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