Strapped into fast, 6.5 hp karts, riders enjoy high-speed races on a third-mile indoor track; ideal activity for Father's Day
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 4, 2013. Amount paid never expires.Limit 5 per person. Valid only for option purchased. May purchase 5 Groupons/person for 8-min races. May purchase 1 Groupon/person for Grand Prix. Reservation req'd for Grand Prix; no reservations for 8-min races; subj't to availability. Must be 8+; must be 15+ for Grand Prix option. Juniors (age 8-14) & adults (age 15+) must race separately. Must sign waiver. Must wear closed-toe shoes. Can't add races to memberships. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Extra $2 fee for req'd headsocks. 8-minute races can be shared if used on same day.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
$225 for a Grand Prix racing event for up to 10 people (a $550 value), which includes a 5-minute practice race, a 6-minute qualifying race, a 10-minute race, and a 10-minute finale
Juniors (aged 8–14) may only participate in eight-minute races; adults (aged 15 and older) may participate in both the eight-minute races and the Grand Prix event, though adults and juniors may not compete in the same race. Eight-minute race options may be shared between two people as long as both races are redeemed on the same day.
The European-designed go-karts at RushHour Karting mean business. At no-nonsense speeds of up to 40 mph, they fly around a 1/3-mile indoor track that remains open year round and boasts an observation deck and real pit lines. Overhead, digital projections display racers' track times. Drivers refuel at The Pizza Pit, where cooks whip up gourmet burgers, hot dogs, and salads, serving them amid the glow of seven high-definition plasmas and a 123" high-definition projector.