Can you go all night?
This sell-out event is the best way to get the most amount of karting for your money and smash out some laps every Sunday and Bank Holiday evening from 5pm until late. With 50 minutes worth of karting, this format requires stamina and confidence – so prepare to get competitive and stand out from the crowd!
Who can race?
Unlimited karting is an awesome race experience for adult individuals and groups looking for a fun filled evening of karting and socialising with keen karters and determined beginners. All karters must be at least 13 years old with a minimum inside leg measurement of 29 inches required.
What’s the format?
Individuals and small groups will be joined with other karters then divided into groups (five groups maximum). Once you’re ready to race and have watched a short safety video, groups will take it in turns to head out on the track in short 10 minute bursts. Breaks between karting can last up to 30-40 minutes including prep time to get you back out on the track. During the wait be sure to take advantage of our snack bar with refreshments, trackside TVs, photo opportunities and a chance to talk tips and tricks with our crew. All karters are guaranteed a minimum of five sessions/50 minutes worth of karting throughout the entire duration of the night!
Racing at Crawley, Mitcham, Reading, Sheffield or Tower Bridge? Enjoy an upgrade to our International Circuits on every Unlimited Night at no extra cost!
- Race-suit and helmet hire
- Safety briefing
- Guaranteed 50 minutes worth of track time*
- Personalised electronically timed lap print outs
How long is the experience?
*Arrival time and timing format varies depending on location, events typically run from 5pm until 10.30pm with all groups required to stay the entire duration of the evening to guarantee their full track time.
How much does it cost?
Prices start from £30pp + balaclava purchase
Do I need to book?
Yes, pre-booking essential for this race experience and it is recommended to book at least one week in advance to avoid disappointment.