What You'll Get
- $34.95 for three same-day go-kart races and a one-year go-kart racing license, redeemable Monday–Friday ($65.80 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Valid Monday-Friday. Not Valid on holidays or holiday school breaks. Valid at Corona and Murrieta locations only.All races must be used in same visit by one (1) person. Restrictions may apply. Must be 48" or taller for junior karts, 56" for adult karts. Must wear closed-toe shoes. Not valid for parties or groups. No private races. No more than 4 certificates can be redeemed by a single group. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pole Position Raceway
In 2005, Jason Williams and Ken Faught assembled a team of experienced racers and designers to create the driving experience at Pole Position Raceway. Williams, a motocross racer since 1984, and Faught, a three-time land-speed record holder at the Bonneville Salt Flats, recruited professional drivers Kurt Busch and Jeremy McGrath to help their engineers. They reimagined every detail of the track from the ground up, creating indoor courses that balance the grip of asphalt with the swervy fun of polished, concrete slick tracks. Pole Position Raceway's Formula EK20 Pro Karts rumble over the track powered by 18-horsepower motors (nearly triple that of average gas karts), which reach speeds capable of up to 45 miles per hour without filling the temperature-controlled arenas with fumes.
After the first Pole Position Raceway opened in Corona, California, it soon spawned 14 locations stretching to the Atlantic. Technicians maintain the fleet via handheld computers, and top drivers are regularly sent out to evaluate karts’ handling and reading comprehension. During races, up to 12 guests compete in contests that last about 10 minutes.