Facebook frames 2022
They are notu2026,If you know where to look!,Private karting (owning your own kart) can be costly if you want to run at the highest levels.
Your most significant investment will come in year 1.
Buying your kart, helmet, suit, etc.
An entry level series will cost you $500-$1,000 a year in entry, membership and track time.
Regional championships will cost that for a weekend, plus travel & lodging.
,If you want the latest & greatest.
Looking to always run new engines and tires at each race/session, youu2019d better have some cash behind you.
,As I always tell my son.
u201cIf Michael Schumacher could become arguably the greatest racer in history by pulling his kart tires and parts from the trash, then itu2019s purely driver talent and not fresh engines and expensive parts.
u201d,Facebook marketplace has many deals on used karts, usually by someone running fresh karts at every event, or upgrading to a higher series.
Find the series you want to enter and look for a spec kart that is allowed in that series.
Find a kart that is a couple of years old with a solid frame and engine.
,Arrive & Drive rental leagues are very affordable.
This is actually how Nic Latifi got started in karting!,My suggestion is to find a rental league.
My son ran a rental league last year for $200/season.
You just show up with clothes and shoes, they give you a helmet, kart, timing, etc.
Youu2019ll race with very fast drivers looking for additional track time.
Itu2019s a family environment and people will help you, connect you to people selling karts, and teach you to race.
I plan on running in the rental series with him this year (2022), obviously in a higher weight class!,Here are some other options if you donu2019t have resources:
Best Facebook frames
Mark Zuckerberg put this post day before yesterday and this is best post i have seen in long time.
,Something pretty interesting is happening in India and Pakistan on Facebook right now.
,Last week marked the beginning of the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 -- the biggest cricket tournament of the year.
This is the first time the tournament is being hosted by India.
,Fans around the world are going to facebook.
com/profilepicframes and using a profile frame to show support for their favorite teams.
But fans from India and Pakistan are doing something different.
Hundreds of thousands of Indian cricket fans are putting the Pakistani frame around their picture.
And Pakistani fans are doing the same thing -- showing support for India.
Theyre using the hashtag u202a#u200eProfilesForPeaceu202c.
,When we designed the profile frames feature, we just wanted to help people show support for their favorite teams or a cause they believe in.
But this story shows that the more connected we are, the more we realize that what unites us is more important than what divides us.
,Love to All Pakistani Brothers/Sisters from India.