Riding in go-karts and playing miniature golf are excellent ways to prepare children for a future filled with high-speed car chases and malevolent windmills. Ready, set, go with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for three 10-minute races (up to a $56 value)
- $59 for six 10-minute races (up to a $112 value)
During 10-minute races, drivers vie for first place by hugging the inside curves of a 0.8-mile outdoor course. They can achieve speeds of up to 45 miles per hour while piloting the rental go-karts, whose race times are logged on the track's scoreboards. Drivers must be at least 60 inches tall and able to drive on their own.
Though Orlando Kart Center sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Orlando Kart Center
Twice a month at Orlando Kart Center, drivers experience a personal rendition of the movie Speed: they zoom around the outdoor course for a full two hours, competing in an endurance competition. Each lap around the sinuous road covers .8 miles, forcing drivers to encounter bumps and stay within curbing as they accelerate up to 45 miles per hour. This event is just one of many breakneck offerings at the center, whose karts and expert staff immerse guests in an authentic racing environment.
Owner Andre Martins oversees the raceway with impressive credentials at his back. As the manager of the Tony Kart US racing team, he led drivers to multiple national championships. He has also raced alongside champions himself, traveling to countries such as Belgium, Canada, and Brazil to showcase his steering finesse and seatbelt-buckling capabilities. Today, he welcomes drivers of all experience levels to tackle Orlando Kart Center's course—including pro racecar drivers, who utilize the track for training. Drop-in customers contend against each other in 10-minute heats, companies rent out the road for forced team-building events, and kart owners can reserve hours for private practice. Online scoreboards log the fastest times by day, week, and month, compiling track records for patrons to challenge.