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Tracey S.
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Report | 3 months ago
If you are a first time visitor, try to go during off peak so your youth driver can navigate a track with less drivers.
Gary M.
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Report | 5 months ago
It's great - more fun than I should be allowed to have. Make sure your seat belts are tight and pedals/seat adjusted correctly.
JOHN L.
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Report | 5 months ago
Great fun
jennifer s.
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Report | 5 months ago
Great time! Awesome staff
JJ R.
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Report | 6 months ago
currently road construction detours nearby - got a little turned around but eventually made it
German P.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
Great time with my wife, will do it again...
Bryan R.
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Report | 6 months ago
Go to the waiting area about 5 minutes before your race starts.
Michael L.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
Wear clothes as if you are going to the gym.
David W.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
Great track and the karts go fast. If you don't have a sweat at the end, you aren't going fast enough.
Steven T.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
Gets busy on Saturday afternoons. Plan for extra time needed.
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From Our Editors

In a go kart, you're much closer to the source of horsepower than when you're riding in a car. All that invisible force leaps to life when you hit the accelerator, gently pushing you back into the seat. Drivers at Lehigh Valley Grand Prix feel that pull as they whip around a quarter-mile racetrack in gas-powered Sodi GT5 Proline karts. They slip past one another while making 11 brake-stomping turns, all with a vantage point not afforded by watching races on TV.

The karts feature air-intake units that trap their exhaust and keep the atmosphere fresh, and the track?constructed from 1,300 used Goodyear tires and the shredded remains of Mario Andretti's learner's permit?is outfitted with three observation platforms for track marshals to regulate each lap and guarantee riders' safety. Three-point safety belts, roll bars, helmets, and neck braces also protect racers during their white-knuckle trips around the track. A full-time mechanic keeps finish lines crowded by calibrating karts to run within three-tenths of a second of one another and hanging hundreds of pi?atas from the checkered flag. At the facility's bar, Octane, racers can refuel with drinks and food while watching stock-car races on the five 42-inch TVs.

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