The first go-kart-racing track was a circle because it was designed to teach children how centripetal force feels without rolling them down hills in tires. Learn circularly with this Groupon.
- C$23 for two 20-minute go-kart rides (C$46 value)<p>
A new fleet of thirty go-karts, including 6 double seat karts, provide faster and quicker handling as the karts zoom up to 40 kph through 10 turns on 0.75 kilometres of track. Free parking is available next to the facility. There is no extra fee for a child passenger on the double seaters.<p>
Track reopens for the 2014 season March 29th and will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays through May 16th. From May 17th—September 30th, the track will be open from noon to 9 p.m. every day.<p>
The rumble of engines. The squeal of tires. The victorious flap of checkered flag. Traditionally, the exhilarating sounds of auto racing have been confined to the zooming packs of Indycars that snake around the streets of Exhibition Place every summer. Now, however, visitors to Polson Pier can keep Toronto's race day spirit alive for months at a time. The 0.75-kilometre track, one of the largest in the area, invites up to 20 racers at a time to navigate side-by-side traffic in karts that hit top speeds of 40 kilometres per hour. In addition to outmanoeuvring their fellow racers, drivers must also contend with the track itself, where 10 turns challenge reaction time and racing instincts alike. After races end, drivers can recount tales of on-track adventure at other nearby attractions, including a miniature golf course, indoor rock climbing, and a driving range.