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Go Karting for Extreme Fun
Fuel injected fun at Kenilworth's go karting track
Satisfy your need for speed while zooming around the track at Kenilworth’s Go Karting. The adrenaline rush of racing in a small, but high-tech, go-kart around the twisty racetrack will have you starting your engine again and again.
From the moment you put on your racing helmet and select your ‘race car’ you can feel the tension building inside you, it’s a fantastic mixture of fear and excitement that has you raring to go.
You take your position at the starting line and look around at your competitors. With engines revving around you, eager to start, you watch the lights in front of you turn from red to orange to green. Your tires screech as you speed off and the race is on!
This is Indoor go-kart racing. The high speed, high adrenalin sport that will have the blood rushing to your head the minute you put your pedal to the metal.
Kenilworth’s 310 metre indoor track is a mini replica of Killarney racetrack and provides enough twists and turns to challenge any seasoned driver. Each of their 160cc kart racing feature hydraulic brakes and slick tyres to keep you racing safely and speedily. And for the under aged drivers the track has 140cc GP junior karts that will have the kiddies tearing up the track and put your mind at ease.
The track is open Monday to Thursday 13:00 – 23:00, Friday 11:00 – 23:00, and weekends 10:00 – 23:00.
Adults can expect to pay from R50 for a 10 lap race to R105 for a 30 lap race. 45 lap races can be also be pre-arranged at R130. Kids under 16 can expect to pay from R40 for a 10 lap race to R75 for a 20 lap race.
Kenilworth Go-Karting Karting is located at 10 Myhof Road Kenilworth – behind Access Park on the corner of Warrington & Myhof Roads.
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