|Laps||Price in Rs|
|5 LAPS PRIVILEGE||400|
|TWIN ENGINE 5 LAPS||600|
Monday to Friday – 2:30 PM to 11:00 PM
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays – 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
what is G0-Karting ?
Karting is probably the world’s most popular form of motor sport. It is practiced around the world by hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts.
For many, it is simply a wonderful way of enjoying competitive racing, meeting friends at the track on the weekend and just having a lot of fun.
What Is A Go-Kart?
Go-Karting involves driving open-wheeled vehicles, usually around a circuit. It is a great way to get into motor sports, as Go-Karts tend to be easy to drive. There are just two pedals to drive – the accelerator (to speed up) and the brake (to slow down and stop).
If you have never actually seen a Go-Kart before, they are open-wheeled vehicles (with four wheels) that sit very close to the ground. This means that unlike a normal car, you have to sit very close to the ground. This can feel strange at first, but it is something that you quickly get used to.
As well as the base being closer to the ground, Go-Karts are also open to the elements, as there is no front, back, sides or roof to protect you in bad weather, or if you are involved in an accident.
Go-Karts have a low centre of gravity (due to being so close to the ground), which makes it much more likely that you will merely spin, rather than flip over, so the dangers are actually minimal.
You are given a full safety briefing before you are allowed to get into the Go-Kart.