Most racers don’t know it, but the secret to winning a kart race is to finish the course faster than the other racers. Give this ancient secret a trial run with today's Groupon to Grand Prix New York, located in Mount Kisco. Choose between the following options:
• For $15, you get a kids' race (up to a $15 value), junior meal (an $8 value), and daily kids' membership (a $10 value; up to a $33 total value).
• For $29, you get an adult race (up to a $25 value), entree (up to a $25.95 value), and daily membership (a $10 value; up to a $60.95 total value).
Featuring two European-inspired quarter-mile courses, Grand Prix New York's sanctuary for speed captures the thrill of karting in the country's largest indoor race complex. Adult and junior racers rumble and roar over speedways that feature six changes in elevation, 14 turns of varying sharpness, and a gravitational pull quadruple that of a greedy black hole. Drivers race in championship-caliber Sodi RX7 gasoline-powered karts equipped with race-proven safety-wrap systems and 6.5-horsepower engines. Tackle any of the six custom track configurations designed to curb repetition and squelch the scourge known as muscle memory. Since racing depletes belly carbon, empty stomachs can fill up at Fuel, Grand Prix's restaurant. Choose from any of the adult or kids' entrees, such as the veal or chicken milanese ($21.95), the junior pasta pomodoro ($8), or the Fuel steak sandwich featuring marinated slabs of sirloin, lettuce, mayo, sautéed onions, and melted provolone cheese traffic-jammed between two buffers of bread ($13.95). Fully enclosed and air-conditioned, Grand Prix New York shelters families from heat waves and summer storms, offering a comfortable arena for healthy competition or proving that six failed driving tests can be a fluke.
Grand Prix New York
Grand Prix New York's sanctuary for speed captures the thrill of karting in the country's largest indoor race complex. Racers rumble and roar over speedways that change elevation six times, careen cars around 14 turns and three elevation changes, and boast a gravitational pull quadruple that of a black hole. Adult drivers race in championship-caliber gasoline-powered gasoline-powered Sodi Karts equipped with race-proven safety-wrap systems and 9hp-horsepower engines that reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour on the Uptown Track. Teen clientele race 6.5hp Sodi Karts on the Brownstone track while kids under 60 inches race on the Tunnel track give mini racers the opportunity to get behind the wheel. Apart from its karting specialty, Grand Prix New York houses a bowling alley, billiards room, arcade, and bounce castle. The onsite restaurant, appropriately named Fuel, serves up an American menu of burgers, sandwiches, and more. Fully enclosed and air-conditioned, Grand Prix New York shelters families from heat waves and summer storms, offering a comfortable arena for healthy competition or proving that six failed driving tests can be a fluke.
333 N Bedford Rd.
Mt. Kisco, New York 10549