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Dixon Kart Racing

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Who We Are

At Dixon Kart Racing , we are focused on providing  parts and services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.

With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There’s much more to come!

Over 30 years ago in Clayton Ga, The Dixon’s and others from the Community started a little track just outside of Clayton. There was many memories made on Sunday afternoons at that little track. Almost anytime go-karts are brought up around any locals that little track is brought up and who they knew that raced there. Just to name a few Teddy Dixon, Lee Dixon, Wayne Beck, Curtis Blackwell, Freddy Crane, Beaty Welch and I am sure many more. Well that little track lead to the love of the sport.
My dad Teddy and Uncle Lee hit the road with their Margay chassis and limited modified briggs and begin racing in North Georgia and the Carolina’s winning many races along the way in the 80’s. In 1998 I guess being around it growing up I had no choice but to love the sport and fall in the foot steps of my family and Go-kart racing started. Traveling over North Georgia and South Carolina sweeping many wins the passion was there. Then reality came and went to college started a career and a family.
Well once it’s in the system I guess it never leaves, just last year it was time to get back at it. Wow, at the changes in karting but we jump in head first testing and getting ready. Me and one of my daughters hit the track full speed. Only bringing home a couple of wins last season.
Well you know how that goes the fever got stronger and the passion had never left. It was time to buckle down and get serious. 2018 rolled around and we hit the ground running.Well 2018 ended well with many wins and 2 Championships we was excited to get 2019 under way.
Well I decided to start 2019 with my own engine built in house wow what a journey that was.  I started out in the Big 3 series with several good runs with strong motors. They just wouldn't last! I then spent most of 2019 working in the engine room and getting the fine tuning down. So that took up most of my time.
Now we are in 2020 and hope to have some good engines coming out of the shop we hope to be testing soon.

That’s our story and hope we continue to keep adding to it!

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