Is Go Karting Safe?
Go Karting is a fast-paced, adrenaline-fueled, fun activity for all ages. This can raise safety concerns for even the bravest or most practised of drivers. It is because of this that, no matter which track you chose, Go Karting in Sydney is underpinned by strict rules and regulations to ensure the safety of all participants, big or small.
Safety is at the forefront of all Go Kart designs. Additionally, tracks have officials observing drivers at all times and are required to conduct safety briefings before allowing anyone out onto the tarmac.
Different size carts are available for adults and kids, and they will never race on the same track at the same time. It’s certainly not a ‘one size fits all’ event here – kids’ Go Karts contain much smaller engines ensuring they go at slower speeds. They also include necessary safety features such as seatbelts and roll bars. And no matter your age, or kart size, all drivers must wear helmets, face protection, and gloves. Safety first, people.
1. Hyper Karting
Buckle your seat belts and start your electric engines because Hyper Karting’s karts fly! The company’s German-made RiMO electric karts are faster than petrol go-karts and hit their top speed much quicker. Probably the best feature of all is the F1-style steering wheel that displays racers live stats throughout the race. Hosting one of the biggest indoor go-kart tracks in Sydney the 460m indoor track feels like a real race track. The good news is, you don’t have to be Michael Schumacher to race, the circuit is suitable for all ages and experience levels.
Address: Level 5 Car Park, 207 Park Rd S, Moore Park NSW 2021
Hours: Tue – Fri 10am-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm, Sun 9am-9pm
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2. Luddenham Raceway
Great for adults and kids alike, Luddenham Raceway has both a Pro Circuit (for ages 15+) and a Rookie Circuit (for juniors aged 8-14 years). These outdoor tracks cater for varying skill and experience levels and provide a great deal of fun for all the family. Here you can test your driving skills with high-speed corners and elevated sections of track. For pro drivers, they also offer the ultimate night time driving experience complete with a spectacular array of LED lights.
Luddenham raceway also has a Paintball and Motorsport park, if you would like to combine your Go Kart racing with some extra action for the ultimate day out.
Address: 821-849 Luddenham Rd, Luddenham NSW 2745
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 9am-7pm
Phone: +61 (02) 9834 2366
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3. Fastlane Karting Sydney
Who doesn’t love a party? Fastlane Karting is more than just a Go Karting complex. With its themed events nights, outdoor firepit, and public viewing platform, you can get your mates together for a good old knees up at the trackside.
Not content with its reputation for racetrack parties after dark, Fastlane caters for the young’ uns too. It is the proud host of its very own Junior Race Leagues; courses to inspire and inform youngsters (8-17 years), teaching all aspects of karting, from fitness to driving skills and drills.
And if you didn’t already think that one of the best spots for Go Karting in Sydney, you can get 2 for 1 karting with their “Twosdays” promotion – bring a friend from 4 pm on Tuesdays for free.
Address: 20 Swettenham Rd, Minto NSW 2566
Hours: Mon Bookings only, Tues-Thurs 4pm-10pm, Fri 4pm-11pm, Sat 10am-1am, Sunday 10am-8pm
Phone: +61 (04) 1444 4221
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4. Spitfire Paintball and Go-Karts
Heralded as the best indoor go-kart racing track in Sydney, Spitfire Paintball and Go Karts adds a unique element to the thrill and excitement with the inclusion of in-house paintball and laser tag arenas. The focus here, is on an all-round experience, with the ability to combine activities and tailor your own event.
Spitfire offers kids party packages for the little ones, alongside exclusive track hire for Grand Prix style events. But do not worry, if you have forgotten to plan, they make it super easy to get your speed fix with their highly utilized option “arrive and drive”.
With a focus on world-class technology, Spitfire impresses with state of the art, lap timing software, and big-screen displays. It also is home to a host of full-motion racing car simulators and for the competitive amongst you, it also provides access to a unique Facebook App which allows you to record your lap times and challenge your mates.
Address: 212 George St, Concord West NSW 2138
Hours: Mon 11am-5pm, Tues 11am-6pm, Weds-Fri 11am-9pm, Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 11am-7pm
Phone: +61 (02) 8765 0039
5. Entertainment Park
There is a new location in Sydney for you to test your racing skills. Entertainment Park in Bankstown is a new location for E-Karting, bowling, hologate, racing simulators, and parties. You can power through Sydney’s largest indoor e-karting arena in a fumeless go-karting experience with electrifying go-karts that reach speeds of up to 85km/h. So whether you race individually or with friends, you’re in for a ride to remember at Entertainment Park.
Address: 361 Milperra Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200
Hours: Mon-Wed & Sat-Sun 10am-10pm, Thur 10am-6pm
Phone: (02) 9773 1398
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