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What You'll Get
Without go-karts, speed-hungry humans would go to extreme measures to get their fix, strapping fireworks to shopping carts or roller blades to domesticated cheetahs. Speed in modern style with today’s Groupon to Fast Lap. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get four go-kart races (a $72 value) and a one-year membership for one person (a $10 value; an $82 total value).
- For $45, you get four go-kart races each for two people (a $144 value) and a one-year membership each for two people (a $20 value; a $164 total value).
- For $80, you get four go-kart races each for four people (a $288 value) and a one-year membership each for four people (a $40 value; a $328 total value).<p>
With 1,200 feet of IKF-racer-designed serpentine track, Fast Lap replenishes velocity deficiencies and bolsters competitive camaraderie with safe, speed-infused go-kart racing. Gripped by a one-year membership, carefree karters can hop into a lightweight, gas-powered Sodi kart and crank the speedometer to 50 miles per hour while zooming through three 17- to 21-lap races with up to 11 other racers. The fourth race is reserved for a return visit on the speedster’s birthday and enjoyed on a special track made almost entirely out of icing and decomposed piñata carcasses. For the rest of the year, members can purchase additional 10-minute karting adventures at discounted rates, perfect for rehearsing the epic racing scene in The Lord of the Rings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be at 4'3" or taller. Must sign waiver. Must use 3 races on same day. Must use 4th race 7 days before or after your actual birthday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fast Lap-Las Vegas
At Fast Lap, the shouts of competitive camaraderie drift above buzzing gas-powered engines as riders whiz through traffic and maneuver around a track designed by former racers of the International Kart Federation and driven on by the likes of Kyle Busch and Ricky Carmichael. Pedals scoot toward metal during trips around the 1,200-foot-long, 20-foot-wide speedway, and knuckles whiten in the cockpit of a Honda-powered go-kart that reaches speeds up to 50 miles per hour. For the uninitiated, Fast Lap hosts classes that teach riders how to hug turns and get a second date afterward.