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Join Prokart SSS Endurance Karting

Join Prokart SSS Endurance Karting


So you think you have what it takes to start endurance karting?


You are about to embark on a voyage of discovery!

The Prokart Super Single Endurance Kart Series is unique in South African karting, and has been for the last 20 years. A series of nine endurance races for teams of up to six drivers.

Discover yourself, discover your team mates, discover your limitations. Discover that winning a race is not about the size of your wallet!

The average budget for a 3 man team is R1200 per person per race and 4 man team is R900 per person per race, including race fees, fuel, tyres and spares. There are 10 races per season, ending off with the Prokart SSS Africa 24 Hour at the end of the season.

Unlike most other formulae, the Prokart SSS is based on equalising the playing field so the dominant factor in winning is driver skill, preparation and strategy. Above all we are a fun family orientated series, where your closest competitor will often times be the one helping you get your kart back on track, if you have a breakdown. Our motto is: “We would rather see you on the track than in the pits.”

So if you have ever wondered what it would be like to compete at Le Mans, this is the closest you are going to get to it in local motorsport. The Prokart Super Single Endurance Kart Series is without doubt the most affordable series in the country. You will get the most bang for your buck, with a maximum of two hours seat time, per driver, per race. Check out the team budget below and compare this to any other form of racing. You will not find a more affordable way to go racing.

Cheering for your team, checking the live timing, planning the race tactics, driver changes, mechanical acumen and fuel stops – it’s all there. Our formula is about the love of racing and spending time with your mates. Make no mistake, out on the track “the race is on” but back in the pits – we all love racing and we hope you will join us.

The Prokart SSS includes a variety of skill levels – from ex-professional drivers to beginners. Not everyone has the free time and money to buy the latest gear, then rush off every weekend to test. The karts are designed to keep you less in the garage and more on the track. The karts are powered by extremely reliable Honda or Hoffmann engines. The engines are sealed and may not be modified.

Standard braking systems, durable tyres, clutches and chassis keep racing close and costs under control. Each kart has to meet the minimum weight requirements, including driver. In other words, it is driver skill that makes the difference, not the size of the driver. Each team is responsible for their own kart setup. Each kart is allocated with an electronic transponder for the race, and lap times are recorded for you.

Remember – multiple drivers means you only pay a fraction of the costs. We know you’re itching to get started.

First you must better your best lap time, then you must beat your team mate’s best time. Next you must pass the kart in front of you.

Before you know it…

EMAIL US – [email protected] OR CALL US on 016-4221028 if you want to find out more.

An Overview
The Prokart Super Single Endurance kart racing series has been in existence for the last 20 years. Initially established to provide an affordable entry level to motor sport. It is aimed at people who have the desire to race, but not the money or the opportunity.

  • There are two different Prokart Series, Endurance and Sprint
  • Both are team sports, with Endurance requiring a minimum of 2 drivers, but no more than 6. Sprint requires minimum 1 driver and no more than 3.
  • The minimum age to participate in Endurance is 16 years old. Sprint has different age groups based on your class, starting from 6 years old.
  • Endurance races are a minimum of 4-6 hours long, so you get maximum seat time for your hard earned cash. Sprint races have either 3 or 4 heats in a day and track time depends on your class ranging from 30 mins to 2.5 hours in total.
  • Refuelling and driver changes in the Endurance series play an important part in the strategy to win races.
  • All motors in their respective classes are sealed by a single engine supplier.
  • Gear ratios are fixed.
  • We use MG RL1 controlled tyres for most classes, which are very durable and cost effective. The smaller classes use MG SC Tyres.
  • Driver skill is the major differentiating factor, NOT the size of your wallet!
Tech Specs: Basic specifications of Endurance 390 Class
  • Kart chassis is free but must be at least one year old.
  • Standard Honda or Hoffman 390cc motor.
  • Centrifugal clutch with chain drive and fixed ratios.
  • Single hydraulic disc brake acting on rear axle.
  • MG RL1 controlled tyres.
  • Controlled spark plugs.
  • Minimum weight 190 kg



So what is it going to cost me to start endurance karting?

Not as much as you might think!


What forms must I fill in?

Okay, where do I get the stuff I need?

There are a number of kart shops and suppliers.