90 Minute Go Karting Experience With Food, Drink and Minibus Transfers for £28 at The Raceway (67% Off)
- One of Britain’s largest go karting tracks
- 850m track including banked corner and two-way tunnel
- Open 10am-11pm every day
- Close to North Greenwich tube
- Formula One World Champions Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button and The Stig have raced on the tracks
- The Raceway's track has featured on Fifth Gear
- 10 minutes of qualifying and 30 minutes of race time
- Pick up and drop off available from North Greenwich tube station
- 10 hp, LPG fuelled karts with adjustable padded seats
- Hot dog and soft drink each
- Print out of race results, podium presentation and medals for winners
- Experience lasts appoximately 90 minutes
Limit 1 per person. Booking required via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/the-raceway-london/ from 22 March 2012 at 2pm. 7 day cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Must be over 5ft and under 17 stone. One hot dog and one soft drink per driver. Transfers from and to North Greenwich tube station.
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In a demonstration and show of solidarity with aggrieved apple carts, the go kart once changed its name to the hell no, we won’t go kart. Show your racing colours with today's Groupon: £28 for a go karting experience with qualifying and race time, food and drink, plus minibus transfers at The Raceway.
Located in a sprawling indoor venue close to London’s Docklands, The Raceway puts petrol heads in pole position as speedy 10HP karts fly around the purpose built 850m asphalt track. Having recently hosted Lewis Hamilton and Jensen Button for a Children in Need charity event, the wheel spinners keep up their good work by using the more eco-friendly LPG fuel to limit emissions. The experienced team sends drivers snaking around the challenging course in their own brand of Cobra karts as a precision timer, measuring laps to 1/1000th of a second, helps ensure the right driver is on the podium spraying the bubbly.
A short mini bus ride from North Greenwich tube station will give drivers time to develop the eye of the tiger as they are brought to the venue and kitted out with safety overalls and helmet. Following a safety brief, a ten minute practice session will look to determine positions on the grid before the main event begins. Revving up in anticipation of the green light, wheel spinners will enjoy a half hour of racing as they vie to meet the checkered flag ahead of speedy rivals. Post-race, speedsters can refuel with a hot dog and drink to success with a soft drink.