All Hail The Greatest Go Kart Parker Who Has Ever Lived – This Guy Is AWESOME


All Hail The Greatest Go Kart Parker Who Has Ever Lived – This Guy Is AWESOME

At every job we have ever worked at, we have developed certain “skill sets” and by that, we mean ways to keep ourselves entertained while the boss was not around. Whether it was igniting acetylene filled plastic bags at the gas station, spinning a golf cart on wet grass about 60-million times at a driving range one summer, powershifting buses and trucks at a garage we worked at, or other stuff that we can’t talk about for the lingering fear of still being busted, you catch our drift. The guy in this video is just like us because he developed a high stakes, high speed, highly skilled way to park the go karts at the track he works at and frankly it borders on the unbelievable.

You will see the guy come in really hot to a corner, spin the kart on purpose and then using the momentum of the now backwards rolling racer, maneuver it right into the barn where the rest of the karts are parked through the open half of a set of double doors. The stakes are pretty hight here as I know a guy who has let go from managing one of these facilities when it was discovered that he was doing something similar. The real tragedy there was the fact that we could no longer ride the karts for free, of course.

This guy’s got the skills to do this so either he is a backing up savant, or a talented driver moving in both directions. If we worked at a kart track and weren’t among the fastest people around the course with the ability to “practice” nightly, we’d quit out of shame. On the same token, if we tried to pull off this stunt, we’d wreck some junk pretty hard and be fired the next morning when the boss showed up. Truth.

PRESS PLAY BELOW TO WATCH SOME EXPERT LEVEL, NINJA STYLE GO KART PARKING –

 

 

 


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