A karting endurance event for novices and experts alike
Compete against other teams, amassing the most continual laps
Pit stops and driver changes
Winning team gets prizes
Karting isn't just for kids - in fact, it's how many Grand Prix champions (including Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton) started out. Novices and experts alike can enjoy this fast and furious race event and compete against other teams to drive the greatest number of continuous laps in the allotted time. Pit stops and driver changes keep everyone involved as well as adding to the drama (good teamwork goes a long way to help towards a win!). The experience starts with a safety briefing and then practice laps to make sure everyone is familiar with the karts and the circuit, before the endurance race begins. The winning team can take home prizes and a smug glow at the end of the session.
Weekends at least once a month. This is a popular experience, please book several weeks in advance.
Minimum age is 16. You don't need a driving licence. Some medical conditions (e.g. pregnancy, epilepsy, fainting, neck or back injuries) may mean you can't take part. A disclaimer must be signed on the day.
These are indoors tracks so the weather won't matter.
The session lasts for around three hours in total, with the endurance race lasting two and a half hours. Don't be late - if you miss any part of the initial briefing, safety rules dictate that you can't be allowed to take part.
Numbers on the Day
Around 20 to 40 people take part, competing in teams of five.
Spectators are welcome. There are vending facilities offering hot and cold drinks at all venues.
Dress comfortably and wear flat shoes or trainers. A helmet is provided. Race suits and gloves are also provided.
Please don't drink any alcohol for at least five hours prior to your experience or you won't be able to drive.