Costs are dependent on your event type. Please see our packages and prices page for more information.
Frequently Asked Karting Questions
Please click questions below to read answers to common questions. If you are unable to find your enquiry please contact us for further help.
No absolutely not. Before every session we give a complete driver safety briefing so even if you have no driving experience we make sure you know what to expect.
Children must be 8 years of age or older and at least 4"3' to drive our junior karts and satisfy the Race Director that they can reach the pedals. Please see our karts page for more information.
Karting is physically demanding so if you have any pre-existing medical conditions that may be an issue we recommend you consult your GP before taking part.
The main thing to remember is to wear suitable footwear. Open shoes are not permitted, trainers are recommended. Always best to remove jewellery too. We provide overalls, helmets and gloves for all drivers.
The tracks is on 2 levels and consists of roughly 280 meters of track.
Due to the complexity of the circuit the karts are geared to reach a maximum speed of around 40 mph. For outdoor use they can be geared to reach 70mph. They feel very fast indoors!
Yes it is. As with any form of motorsport there is an element of risk but we do our best to minimise the risk by giving full driver briefings before every meeting. Our staff are all fully qualified first aiders too and marshalls are always around the track to keep an eye out for incidents and/or bad driving. We operate a flag system to communicate with drivers. Please be aware that all forms of motorsport are potentially dangerous.