The world of indoor go karting has been growing in recent years in the United States, and in Europe it is extremely popular and has been for awhile. Indoor go kart racing has seen huge gains as children and adults flock to get that adrenaline rush. Indoor karting can be found in many places in America, in fact there are over a hundred racing venues according to Kartfinder.com. For those that want a career in Motorsport racing go karts are inevitable to start out with, just ask Tony Stewart or Kyle Bush of Nascar.
At most kart racing centers you will find what is called an “arrive and drive” type slogan or motto. This means you can show up to a racing center and rent the race kart for a specific amount of time or you can race with a group. By doing go kart rental it allows you to get your skills polished without all the necessary costs of owning and repairing your own. Not to mention you get the competitive nature of racing others you are not familiar with. Outdoor go kart tracks simply don’t offer the same advantages and are more difficult to find organized racing.
One of the most popular indoor go kart racing venues in the world is co-owned by Nascar driver Boris Said and it is called K1 Speed. At K1 you can do all of the things I mentioned above and that goes for children or adults. There are strict guidelines for racing but adhering to them means a fun day at the track for you and you friends. They also cater parties, business meetings and private group sessions on the go kart track.
The indoor tracks use Electric indoor go karts because they have no noxious gases, are much quieter and also have better reaction time coming out of corners. Gas powered karts tend to lag coming out of sharp tight turns where electric karts have more torque to propel them quicker. The great thing about indoor kart tracks is they are always open rain or shine and they can handle electric kart you throw at them.
Go karting is a precursor to all things motorsports so if you have a dream of someday being a professional race car driver go-karts are where you have to start. Indoor karting is perfect for this and will not only help develop motor skills but will also teach you have to make quick decisions and develop your knowledge or racing in general.