Go-karts can be difficult for kids to figure out.
For many of them, it’s the first time they’ve ever been behind the wheel of a vehicle. It’s different from a bicycle, and requires a different kind coordination seldomly used elsewhere in the world.
I speak as a child who was once stuck in the corner of a go-kart track, helpless trying to navigate a foreign piece of machinery away from the taunts and jeers of my peers.
But at least I didn’t have to go through this.
While the other children seem content to trek along the course at a safe, gingerly pace, this kid was different. It’s unclear whether or not this was intentional or not, but it didn’t seem like he wanted to be stopped.
Coming around the corner at the top left of the screen, you can see that he is firmly in control.
It isn’t until he comes spinning into the frame again that he’s lost control. Chances are he tried to turn to hard around those tires and spun out of control.
Towards the end, when his spinning picks up speed, it kind of seems like he likes it and is doing it intentionally.