Kentucky

September 19, 2011 12:00 AM

Go-kart race draws hundreds hoping to win $50,000

More than 600 go-karters from 41 states descended on Clay City for a chance to win the single largest payout in karting history — $50,000 for first place in a race dubbed "The Insane One." The Clay City Kart Speedway, which hosted the event, looked a lot like a NASCAR track Sunday afternoon, the final day of three days of racing.

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