All Wright Karts comply with the pending rules of the CIK/MSA and where required it is Homologated and registered for the intended use in normal conditions.
To continue with the chassis high speed performance and safety please adhere to:
– The adjustment recommendations
– The maintenance plan
The SWRD user manual and safety guidelines can be found here
All Wright Karts are designed for safety and reliability in normal conditions of use. Before using it please read the maintenance manual carefully and follow any instructions. By not doing so, you may be exposed to risk of injury and possibly death. Your kart may suffer damages should you not follow instructions closely.
The Wright Kart can only be used on a CIK/MSA approved track and by a driver who is in possession of a valid licence/membership of the karts own federation of his/her own country.
Prior to going onto the track, please check all points related to safety.
In order to avoid fire, put kart at least 1 meter away from the buildings. Never leave flammable objects close to the kart.
If fuel has been poured, wipe any spillages and wait for vapours to dissipate before starting the motor.
Children and animals must be kept away from the track at all times.
Never drive a kart without adequate safety equipment. Proper safety equipment includes: Full face Helmet, gloves, homologated suit (For Karting) and boots. (This is not an exhaustive list). All safety wear should meet the MSA guidelines (this can be found in the most recent MSA handbook – Bluebook).
Use full face helmet MSA/CIK/FIA approved, correctly fitting drivers head size, with tightend strap and closed visor. Refer to MSA/CIK/FIA Regulations (Compulsory)
Use Suit MSA/CIK/FIA approved. Level 1 or Level 2 Homologated (Compulsory)
Use specific Karting/Motorsport gloves (Compulsory)
Use specific Karting/Motorsport Boots (Compulsory)
Neck Protection used should be MSA/CIK/FIA approved (Highly Recommended)
Rib Protection used should be of correct size and fitment to the driver and the seat (Highly Recommended)
Rain Suit with water tight fasteners to be used when necessary (Recommended)
Trailing and loose fitted clothing or scarves are not permitted.
Do not drive with long hair outside of the helmet.
Do not wear wide or floating clothes
Do not drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol
Do not drive with health problems that would be affected by high speed driving.
FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THE ABOVE RULES MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH
TO YOURSELF, MECHANICS, AND/OR THIRD PARTIES