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    Google "crosskart"
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    Those look at lot like the carts used in the international race of champions.
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    they're too bug for that track, that's what they are, lol....
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    and they look like RAGE buggies....
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    Its Andros trophy Ice racing in france, not sure what the buggys are, like bdkw1 says look like the ones used in the race of champions with honda blackbird engines. I think this year they are running some of them with electric motors and women drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEE1969GB\";p=\"59543
    I think this year they are running some of them with electric motors and women drivers.
    hmmm,..I don't know which is worse [smilie=ninja.gif]
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    Ive done some snooping around but it's hard to get solid info on these things (unless you speak french). I think theyre possibly all CBR600's assembled in France and compete in Kartcross.

    To me they look like a bucket load of fun and if theyre being produced in quantity they may be quite reasonably priced. From video clips on youtube etc they look like theyre getting invitations to compete and do demos all over the place.

    I would like to see one of them without the panel work.

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    There are a number of manufacturers of cross cars/crosskart. The class is run in spain, france, portugal and holland with some differences, so no european championship, just national. In france there are 3 classes: 650cc [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citro%C3%ABn_2CV:2cxe5vrw]CitroŽn 2cv[/url:2cxe5vrw] engined (30-40hp), 500cc bike like Honda CB500 and Kawa GPZ500 (50-60hp) and 600cc supersport (~100hp).

    Pics - here ya go..

    Spain/portugal:
    http://kart-cross.tripod.com/susgrup.htm

    http://www.speed-car.com/2007/Productos/productos.htm

    http://www.demon-car.com/cross.php

    France:
    http://www.fb-racing.fr/

    http://www.christec.fr/index.php?option ... &Itemid=35

    http://www.patracing.new.fr/

    http://www.fouquet-competition.com/sprintcar.htm - the ones from the video above

    http://pagesperso-orange.fr/camotos/gal ... index.html - racing action

    Holland:
    http://www.dspracing.nl/

    http://www.derixspecialproducts.nl/ --> click Racing to go to crosskart site

    http://www.pema-racing.nl/media/bouw_cart/01.html --> click volgende to browse pics
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    Thanks Reflex.

    very informative
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