the best places for go karting
Feel the need, the need for speed? Well we have just the answer…go-karting. Yes it’s the perfect way to escape the traffic and the congestion charge and put your driving skills to the test by picking up some real speed on a proper race track. Whether you think your the next Lewis Hamilton or just wanna get bragging rights over your mates, these four bangin’ go-karting circuits will put your skills to the test, and they’re all within easy reach of London too.
|Karting Nation | Croydon, Surrey
Want to prove how much of a pro you are behind the wheel? Or are you a newbie wanting the ultimate karting experience? Croydon’s quarter of a mile outdoor circuit is all about getting fast and furious. It will push everybody to their limits and is without a doubt one of the best tracks in the region.
|Karting Nation | Dagenham, Greater
Are you ready for the ride of your life? Then push the pedal to the metal and speed to victory at Karting Nation’s Dagenham racetrack. The whopping 1050 metre circuit is the largest indoor location in the country, three times longer than the national average, with the karts able to accelerate faster than the national average of 45mph too! This one is the ultimate thrill ride.
|Karting Nation | Thurrock Outdoor, Essex
Get from 0-70mph in seconds at Thurrock’s track. The jaw dropping circuit stretches on for 900m with plenty of sharp corners and hairpins to keep you on your toes. The track isone of the fastest in the whole UK, so if you wanna discover how karting should be, strap into one of their engines and prepare for the ultimate thrill ride, if you think you can handle it…
|Karting Nation | Hoddesdon, Herfordshire
Want to live out the ultimate racing fantasy? Karting Nation’s Hoddesdon circuit is one of the biggest and best outdoor tracks in the south. Stretching to an epic 1 kilometre, this venue is well known as a training ground for many F1 superstars. With vehicles that can speed up to 65mph and a track full of plenty of bends and corners, this is the most fun you can have behind the wheel- and definitely not a challenge for the faint of heart.