Wheatland Karting Association (WKA) has the unique privilege of calling two tracks home. When racing with the WKA, you will experience unique racing surfaces and track configurations. Check out the tracks we have to offer!
Worden Park Raceway is located in Wellington, KS in Worden Park. It is owned by the City of Wellington, and promoted by the WKA. Worden Park
Raceway is a medium to high grip symmetric 1/5th mile semi-banked clay oval. It is a very smooth and consistent racing surface. Worden Park Raceway
has hosted WKA events for many years, and in 2010 hosted the first race of the Mid-America Speedway Nationals. Worden Park boasts an open spectator
area along the front stretch and into turns 1 and 2, concessions and restrooms. For 2013, Worden Park will again host WKA club and Maxxis KKS races.
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Returning for 2013, is the addition of Wakeeney Mini-Speedway to the Kansas Karting Series schedule. WKA is proud to again partner with Wakeeney Mini-Speedway
in 2013 for three races on this challenging oval, located on the eastern edge of Wakeeney, KS. This is a high banked oval with tight turns and banked
straights, while featuring a electronic scoring system and position tower. Wakeeney Mini-Speedway is of a shorter length and lower-grip surface when compared to Worden Park,
which makes for some of the most exciting kart racing that you will experience on the KKS tour!! WKA thanks the Wakeeney Kart Club for their
participation in the KKS, together we will continue to grow.