Farthest Distance Driven On A Kart Track In 24 Hours

United States Trey Shannon


New Castle, Indiana, United States / October 26, 2011

Trey Shannon drove 845.48 miles (1360.66 kilometers) on a kart track in 24 hours. He set the record to raise awareness about Tourette Syndrome and to raise money for the Tourette Syndrome Association. Learn more about the feat here.

- must drive a race kart
- must drive in a standard race kart track; use of a circular or oval track is not permitted
- must drive for 24 hours
- vehicle engine must not exceed a capacity of 160 cc
- distance is calculated by multiplying the number of laps completed by the circuit length
- if kart breaks down during the attempt, backup team may repair
- if backup team has not resolved breakdown issue after 15 minutes, may replace race kart
- rest break included in the 24-hour period
- must provide visual evidence


Tags: farthestdrivingtrackkartTourette

  • United States Kaitlyn Herzog

    Kaitlyn Herzog

    Such an awesome record made even greater by the fact you did it for a cause. Great job, Trey!!

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    Amazing. I love karting myself and I know my neck, shoulders and forearms are sore after only a 30 minute session.

  • United States Trey Shannon

    Trey Shannon

    Thanks Emily. I always appreciate the support! Hopefully there will be more to come soon!

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    Fantastic. Well you know we'll always welcome any of your fantastic records!

  • United States Alastair Coote

    Alastair Coote

    My arms are aching just watching this.

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    Wow. Really impressive, Trey. Congrats on doing a great record for an amazing cause.

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