All drivers age 16 and older are required to produce a valid drivers license to arrive and drive.
Non-licensed drivers ages 11-17 are required to attend and pass our Juniors Racing Program.
We accept walk-in customers, but it is HIGHLY recommended to make a reservation in order to guarantee race-time. If you are planning on just dropping by with a group of people without a reservation, we suggest you call us beforehand for track availability. We will gladly take your reservations by phone at (510) 770-9001.
Size: 280 lbs.
It really depends on your own comfort level. Before registering and signing up to race you are welcome to sit in one of the karts and see how you feel.
4. What clothing should I wear? Can I bring my own equipment?
You are allowed to race in whatever you choose, as long as you have closed-toed shoes.You may bring your own helmet if it meets the criteria below. You may also bring your own driving suit and neck brace. We provide the helmet, head sock, and neck brace, free of charge. We also offer race-suits, free of charge. You may not bring your own kart.
Street / Track Helmets
DOT/Snell 2000 or better
Mouth guard must be integrated part of helmet
Clear goggles required
Our sessions are based on seat time. Number of laps are dependent on how fast a driver completes each lap.
Time Attack = 10 minutes Seat Time
Triple Play = 30 minutes Seat Time with 10 minute break
Sprint = 20 minutes Seat Time
Combo = 30 minutes Seat Time
Monday 3 PM – 9 PM
Tuesday – Thursday 12 PM – PM
Friday 12 PM – 11PM
Saturday JR Training (9AM) 11 AM – 9PM
Sunday JR Training (9AM) 11 AM – 9PM
We have a maximum of 10 drivers per session.
These are gas kart that you drive yourself. We cannot control you with an electric switch. This is the real deal! Adult karts up drive up to 35- 40 MPH. Cadet karts 25 MPH.
An average lap around the indoor track is currently 24 seconds.
No, we only have single-seat karts.