That's too fast.
Driving A 155MPH Division 1 Go-Kart

Because the need for speed is real for some people (I have the need for naps), this is a video of a Division 1 superkart in action. The tiny 450-pound (including driver) kart is powered by a 100HP 250cc twin-cylinder engine and 5-speed manual gearbox capable of hitting 0 – 60MPH in under 3 seconds, and reaching speeds up to 155MPH. Zoom zoom!

Since these superkarts weigh so little, their downforce makes for excellent cornering and braking abilities. In other words, a superkart is capable of braking from 100 mph (160 km/h) to standstill in a mere 2-seconds, and is able to take corners at nearly 3 g (30 m/s²).

That’s cool, and I would definitely drive one out in the salt flats without anything to crash into. Because if there’s one thing I’ve learned from driving, it’s if there’s something to crash into, my car will find it. Progressive charges me $8,000 a month now, and I drive a 2006 Ford Focus.