Talk:Stock car racing in the United Kingdom

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I removed this text from the article as it was blatant advertising. I'd be grateful if someone who knows about it can rewrite it if appropriate.

"Stoxkart racing, a world in which nothing is as it appears and big budgets count for nothing, whilst driving skill and fun are the name of the game. Based around a 390cc Honda 4 stroke engine with a centrifugal clutch, Stoxkarts will reach speeds of 50 mph. A lap of a track such as Kings Lynn or Coventry would be completed in under 20 seconds which is only 4 seconds slower than a Brisca F1 Stockcar. At first glance a Stoxkart may seem small - they are after all the smallest of all the ‘contact’ formulas - but what they lack in size they more than make up for in every other department... exciting, fast, rugged and most importantly of all, affordable! With each Stoxkart built to exactly the same specification with NO modifications being allowed, it means that winning or losing a race is down to driver ability rather than the size of your cheque book. Stoxkarts have a number of options whereby potential race drivers can try before they buy, and all at a price that won’t break the bank.

Stoxkarts" (talk) 03:20, 9 January 2011 (UTC)

EDITED NijSwales (talk) 23:41, 7 April 2012 (UTC)