A really nice Experience in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.
Put those driving skills to the test with a high-octane outdoor Grand Prix karting day in Hertfordshire. Start with a safety briefing before donning official race wear and taking part in a 15 minute qualifying session to get used to the track and determine your grid position for the main event. After catching some breath, it’s time for action- tear around the challenging Rye House track, referred to as ”The Silverstone of karting” by F1 driver David Coulthard, in a speedy 360cc racing kart for up to 45 minutes and become a champion! Afterwards, the day’s winning top three drivers get a trophy, the winner gets a bottle of bubbly, and everyone gets an official lap printout. This really is as close as it comes to being a real F1 racer.
Runs at least once a week (could be a weekend or a weekday) throughout the year.
The venue is not weather dependent but should the organisers feel conditions on the day are at all dangerous, a full credit would always be offered.
Lasts around two and a half hours, including one full hour of driving time.
There are a maximum of 26 karts on the circuit at any one time.
Unlimited numbers of spectators are welcome to come along, cheer and make use of the on-site cafe and club facilities, which include a balcony, grand stand, paddock enclosure, adventure playground, crazy golf course and laser tag.
A racing suit and helmet are provided. Wear flat shoes and remove any scarves when driving.
Minimum age is 16 (under 18’s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian). Minimum height is 5′ and maximum is 6’6”. Maximum weight is 18 stone. Unsuitable for anyone with a back or neck complaint or for pregnant women.
The hospitality suite (location for the presentation) makes a welcoming area for drinks after the race.