Organizers say 17 cars participated in the half a mile race Sunday. That's double the number of participants from last year.
A total of eight races took place over the weekend.
Drivers say all the cars are hand-built with the exception of a few parts.
"It's very exciting. It's thrilling to come out to a community like this," said Max Moseley.
Drivers say each kart at the race is a replica of cars built in the 1920's or 1930's used in motor sports.
Two trophies were given to winners.