This go-kart, crafted by Roketa to mimic an early 2000s Formula One car, was acquired by the current owner in 2022. It has since been revamped to mirror the iconic look of Michael Schumacher’s 2001 Ferrari F1 car.
Under the hood, it’s powered by a 125cc air-cooled four-stroke engine, coupled with a three-speed sequential transmission. The kart boasts a range of features including an independent coil-over suspension, a Mikuni carburetor, rear disc brake, staggered aluminum wheels, a fixed plastic seat, electric starter, and an LCD gear selector display. This Ferrari-inspired go-kart is now available without reserve in Point Pleasant Boro, New Jersey.
The kart’s bodywork is finished in a striking red, emulating Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari F2001 F1 car, complete with white front and rear wings, engine cover accents, and aerodynamic bargeboards. It’s adorned with Marlboro, Vodafone, and Shell decals, featuring a carbon-fiber-style fuel door and mock dual engine cover exhaust outlets. Along the sides, faux carbon-fiber strips are fastened with Dzus fasteners, and brake lights are installed at the rear.
Riding on polished 6″ aluminum wheels with Rib bias-ply tires, the kart is equipped with a single disc brake on the solid rear axle and coil-over suspension in the front, with inboard shocks at the rear.
Inside the cockpit, there’s a fixed plastic seat and a gear selector beside the black steering yoke. Additional features include a telescopic steering column, an ignition switch, a starter button, and an LCD gear selector screen on the dashboard.
The go-kart’s engine is a robust 125cc air-cooled four-stroke single with a Mikuni carburetor, powering the rear axle via a three-speed sequential transmission with reverse. A red air filter and replacement red fuel tank sit above the engine, while a dual exit exhaust is mounted at the rear.