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General Information

So how does this work?

Show up with your valid driver's license and complete a liability form.
Purchase a GoKart Racer license (mandatory).


Choose a track:

Yokohama - high speed sweeping course; lots of G's! 25-30s per lap.
Monza - more technical with an elevation change; 30-35s per lap.
SuperTrack (Sundays 5-9pm; Mondays 12-10pm) - 3/8 mile course with over TWENTY (20) left and right turns, TWO (2) chicanes and an elevation change. The longest indoor track in the US!

Choose a Session:

Starting May 2008, Saturday and Sunday Hot Laps and Race sessions will be 10% less time to accommodate more racers.

Hot Laps: 10 minutes racing for your fastest lap time with up to 10 drivers-approximately 15-20 laps.
Race: 20 minutes of total track time - 5 minutes of qualifying, then racers line up on a grid for a 15 minute race to cross the finish line first.
Grand Prix: 30 minutes of total track time - Combine a Hot Laps session AND a Race with a break in between. Plan to spend a minumum of an hour here.

Rules: (Non-negotiable)

Drivers over 18 years old must show valid government-issued ID.
Drivers 15 - 17 years old with a valid driver's license or learner's permit need their legal parent to sign a liability form in person at GoKart Racer or have the liability form with a notarized signature.

Drivers 12 - 17 years old, without a valid driver's license or learner's permit, and minimum height of 4'10" are eligible for our Junior Karts.

Drivers 8 - 11 years old are eligible to drive our Kid Karts.

Drivers must be 4'10" or taller.
Drivers must wear flat, closed-toe shoes.
Personal helmets must be full faced, with a CLEAR and UNTINTED visor and DOT/Snell approved. Full faced "dirt" helmets are acceptable with CLEAR and UNTINTED goggles.

The following persons should not drive:

Pregnant women
People with back or neck ailments
People with heart ailments

There are no refunds for rule violations

If a kart is broken due to collision, you will not receive a replacement kart. Your session price provides you with one kart only.
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