Go-karts allow people to experience the thrill of driving without having to hear radio ads for pungent soaps or look at four empty seats that remind them of the time someone stole their family of mannequins. Keep thrills pure with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $20 for seven laps of Indy-style racing and racing licenses for two (a $46.90 value)
- $40 for seven laps of Indy-style racing and racing licenses for four (a $93.80 value)
- $25 for five laps of Indy-style racing, racing licenses, and unlimited game-room play for two (a $55.40 value)
- $9 for unlimited-game wristbands for two and 10 game tokens each (an $18.90 value)
Those with state-issued driver's licenses, or Malibu Raceway Car Control Clinic graduates who are 14 or older, take the wheel of a winged single-passenger Virage or Sprint racer during excursions. Customers who already have their racing licenses will receive an extra lap. After completing their five total laps, racers can show off their wristband to enjoy all-day use of prizeless games such as air hockey and billiards. Tokens can be used towards prize games.
While many go-karts look like miniature versions of Formula racecars, the similarities usually stop there. This isn’t the case at Malibu Raceway. Atop a fully independent wishbone-suspension design, Malibu’s Indy-style Virage rumbles with an 18-horsepower Briggs & Stratton engine inspired by its professional, full-sized brethren. Youngsters that didn’t get Playskool’s My First I.D. Forger for Christmas can whiz around the half-mile outdoor track in a 9-horsepower Sprint kart, which keeps little riders safely strapped in with a four-point, race-style harness. Blinking battalions of arcade machines stand guard over a game room underscored by the din of clacking pool balls, and a snack bar sates cravings with corn dogs, cotton candy, and popcorn.
90% of 1,152 customers recommend
“My boys had a great time at Malibu!”
“it's a great place for family fun . . . however, today they are closing. I hope it won't be long before a new one opens up in our area.”
“We would go back if it wasn't cgoing out of business. We had fun”