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Daytona invests one million Euros in new Karts

Daytona's new Sodi RT8 Kart
Daytona has announced a €1million investment in new karts for all of its circuits. As the UK voted to leave the EU, Daytona placed orders with Sodi, the French kart manufacturer, for new Sodi RT8 karts for everyone of their tracks. Daytona Sandown Park has already taken delivery of it′s new fleet

The fleet of 35 state-of-the-art karts will be used for all Exclusive Races, Open Races and Arrive&Drives.  

The new fleet replaces the popular Sodi RT8 fleet launched in 2014 - and again uses the honda GX390cc four-stroke engine combined with Sodi′s superb chassis design to provide a exciting and reilable kart capable of over 50mph. 

Daytona Manchester already has launched its brand new fleet of Sodi LR5 Cadet karts and new fleets of Sodi RT8 karts will be arriving at Daytona Manchester and Daytona Tamworth this month. Daytona Milton Keynes′ has the youngest fleet of Sodi RT8 karts so they will be replaced early in 2017.

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