The Fullerton Kart is reviewed by Karting Magazine
As I made my way to PF International I couldn’t quite wrap my head around the day ahead. I was going to be on track in the company of two karting legends, Terry Fullerton and Ben Barnicoat. Nerves certainly kicked in as I arrived at the circuit but also huge excitement, not only to be in their company for the day, but also to drive the chassis which only a couple weeks before my arrival was victorious at a TVKC meeting in the hands of Barnicoat himself.
Entering the garage for the first time I must admit I was impressed with the presentation of the kart. Of course I’d seen photos, but in person the kart looked very tidy. It seems like Fullerton went for a darker colour scheme to the norm, which in my opinion made it look a bit more retro.
The first run was really just a bedding in session for me. I was questioned as soon as I came in, but for me it was hard to really gage on the chassis, however on first impression the kart seemed very well balanced and certainly rewarded smooth driving. I got the impression that came from the work with Ben!