Rex Mobley named Sportsman of the Month!

Sporstmanship feature imageNominated Sportsman’s Name: Rex Mobley Tell us why this person is worthy of being named a KAM Sportsmanship Award winner: “Rex is a tough competitor, always fielding a fast car. But let any one of his rivals have problems and he is the first person there offering advice, expertise and even parts to help get […]

KAM Sportsmanship Award Nomination Form

Nominate someoneSend us your nomination for the Sportsmanship Award.  Someone catch your eye doing something totally awesome at KAM Kartway? Could be a driver, crew chief, pit mom, sponsor, spectator, race fan or even yourself! Send me your story about why we should pick this person as our next Sportsmanship Award recipient and we may reward […]

Sportsmanship award for May goes to Fred Buck

Sportsmanship Award Winner Fred BuckMay’s Sportsmanship awards goes to Fred Buck for wrenching on 2 karts, one his own and the other one for a fellow KAM Driver. Fred will receive a $25 KAM Kart Gift Certificate to use at the track or the shop.   If you want to nominate some for the Sportsmanship Award please send us […]

New Sportsmanship Award program at KAM honors its first recipient

Sporstmanship feature imageToday it seems like everyone is always so focused on the rules, points whether or not there is a drop and how big are the trophies going to be this year. Let’s talk about the truest most basic fundamental elements of being a Champion. It’s Sportsmanship. KAM Kartway’s goal is to encourage integrity and good […]

Manners equals “Marketability” so make sure your driver has them!

Manners25 Manners… by Parents Magazine Good manners are also a key element to good Sportsmanship and every driver needs them. I found this article on a friend of a friend’s blog and with permission to share and repost I decided to do so because over half of our core KAM Kartway customers are drivers in […]

Code of Conduct

KAM Kartway Rules Series | Code of Conduct On line Code Of Conduct Sportsmanlike Conduct is expected from every participant that enters our facility.  The spirit and intent of sportsmanlike racing competition is to proceed on the track without touching or endangering your fellow drivers, on-track race officials, spectators and/or the race vehicle itself. Inadvertent […]