Below are some of the questions we are most commonly asked, however if you do not find the answer to your question then please feel free to contact us.

Arrive and Drive /Private Hire: Practice your driving skills and race against the clock to see who has the fastest lap time of the session.

Grand Prix/ Mini Prix: Individual Race format starting from the Grid to win points with your finishing position. Top Scoring drivers progress through to the next round of the event to eventually determine the events No.1 Driver

100 lapper: Race from a grid start, against your friends, to see who can clock up 100 laps in the quickest time. A non-stop test of endurance and skill

Enduro: Compete against friends and colleagues in a non-stop team race event to see which team can achieve the most laps in the given time. You must decide the best pit stop and driver strategy for your team.

Yes – we organise Kids Activity Days and Cadet Club Championship which allows the under 16’s to race against other young drivers. Under 16’s are not able to race in events against adults.

We take the safety of all our customers very seriously. Karting is first and foremost a non-contact sport, but obviously there are risks associated with racing. As a founding member of the National Karting association we ensure that our circuit is set up and maintained to minimise the associated risks.

All drivers will watch a comprehensive safety video and we provide all the safety equipment that you need. Young drivers or those with additional needs will be spoken to by a marshal to make sure that they understand the briefing. Their control of the kart will be assessed prior to leaving the pit lane and where necessary the speed of the karts will be restricted for less confident or inexperienced drivers.

Driving standards are monitored throughout the session and any drivers causing concern will be spoken to and given advice if necessary. Any drivers whose driving is a danger to themselves or others will be removed from the session.

No – our karts are designed to accommodate novices as well as the more experienced racers. Indoor karting is a great introduction to the sport. The control of the karts is by two pedals, an accelerator to go, and a brake to stop (and obviously the steering wheel!) There are no gears to worry about and you decide the speed that you want to go at. If you haven’t been to the track before you will watch the full saftety briefing and staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have. In no time you will be challenging your fellow racers for the best lap time!

Arrive and Drive is scheduled around our pre booked race events. The availability for Arrive and Drive changes from week to week and can only be confirmed 7 days in advance. At this point we then open the bookings for Arrive and Drive. Prior to this we can give you the likely availability but this is subject to change. If there is a group of 10 + of you wishing to do Arrive and Drive then you may want to consider the Private Hire option which can be pre booked.

We provide the race suits and helmets. In winter it can get quite cold due to our ventilation system so make sure you wrap up warm! All drivers are required to wear a balaclava and a pair of gloves suitable for driving so please bring yours with you. If you do not have a balaclava or gloves don’t worry you can purchase them from reception for £3.75 on the day of your event. Drivers with exceptionally long hair will be required to wear a long balaclava which can be used for the duration of your visit for a refundable fee of £16.

All we ask is that you wear flat shoes, such as trainers, that fully cover your feet. Flip flops/ ballet pumps etc. are not suitable footwear and you will not be able to race if you are wearing these. Please – no Crocs.

Karting is not recommended for people with an illness, disability, medical condition (e.g. epilepsy, heart condition, back problems), pregnancy or injury that could affect their ability to drive. If your condition prevents you from driving on the road then you are also unable to drive with us.

Family groups can take part in Arrive and Drive, including Private Hire.

Unfortunately due to the size of the kart you do need to be at least 1.27m tall, with a minimum inside leg of 26″ to be able to reach the pedals. If you think you are close we can assess you in a kart as your leg length may be longer than average, but generally if you are not at the minimum height you will not fit the kart.

We have an onsite cafe providing delicious freshly cooked pizza’s, chips and a variety of drinks and snacks. If you wish to provide your own event food a £25 surcharge will be payable.

Yes, as long as they are full face helmets and meet ISO standards. All helmets must have a clear visor.
All road-safe helmets should meet this standard however our trackside team will give it a double check.
Motocross helmets are permitted as long as you have a clear pair of goggles.

Which event is right for your group?