Club Kart

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Club Kart is a Go-Kart racing game by Sega. Some machines are outfitted with the IC Card system to store your kart data, which can be modified and improved with more play. Up to 4 machines can be linked for competitive racing.

Club Kart is notable for featuring brands from within the world of karting, (i.e. Birel chassis, IAME engines, IBEA carbs, etc.) The US cabinet version has a three-degree-of-freedom limited range motion platform that the player sits on, and also feature force-feedback steering. 4 different classes can be selected, via the IC Card or the IC Card Simulated Replacement. Club Kart was released in 2000.

Club Kart runs on a Sega NAOMI 2 system. It uses fiber optic linking. Control hardware includes a steering wheel with force feedback and 2 analog foot-pedals.