An indoor quarter-mile racetrack pits speedsters against one another aboard 200cc go-karts that can hit 35 miles per hour
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$27 for two 20-lap go-kart races ($44 value)
Italian racing karts zip through a quarter-mile track at up to 35 miles per hour during the pair of 20-lap races. Drivers get a helmet, head sock, and some basic driving tips to put to the test during their race. Computerized times and scores unveil the speediest speedster at the finish line.
Grand Prix Raceway
The crescendo and decrescendo of buzzing 200cc Subaru Robin engines swing through the interior of Grand Prix Raceway like a pendulum. The noise loudens as the Italian go-karts dart past the checkered starting line, then softens as they speed away at up to 35 miles per hour. Audible during races, parties, and leagues, the karts weave through a winding quarter-mile European-style racetrack that has a banked corner, an AMB computerized scoring and timing system, and enough width to drift through corners without bumping into cops.