• When exiting the track, drivers must signal to other drivers by raising their arm prior to slowing down.
• When stopping in the pit area after a race, remain in your kart and await instruction from a marshal.
• If you spin your kart, do not attempt to push it yourself, remain in the kart and wait for a marshal.
• Do not use both pedals at the same time (double pedaling). Keep your foot off the brake pedal when accelerating and vice-versa.
• You must obey flags and marshals’ instructions at all times.
• Karting is a non-contact sport. Repeated or deliberate bumping/pushing is considered dangerous driving.
• Do not overtake down the inside of a corner unless you are ahead or level with the outer kart before turning in to the corner. Otherwise, you may hit the kart side-on as it turns in to the corner.
• Do not cut in to the pit lane (entrance or exit section) when racing.
Caution, there is a possible problem on the track – for example a kart may have spun. You must slow down to walking speed, do not overtake, proceed with caution and be alert!
Black and White Diagonal Flag
This is a warning to a specific driver that their track conduct is causing concern (breaking the track rules) and the driver may be black flagged on further reports.
The race has stopped. Come to a safe, complete stop and wait for instruction from the marshals.
The race has ended. Shown first to the winner, and then to every car to cross the line behind them. After passing the start-finish line slow down and proceed to the pits.
• For fire safety, smoking is not allowed in the pits or on the track.
• No alcohol or drugs are permitted before or during a race.
• We reserve the right to refuse admission and implement bans.
• The race directors decision is final.
• Drivers must be 16+ years of age.
Personal Safety Equipment
• Recommended footwear: trainers or soft shoes.
• Helmets are provided (you may bring your own – it must have a visor fitted.)
• Racing suits are provided for dry and wet weather racing (adults only, children must wear appropriate clothing).
• Protective gloves are provided.
Is this the only kart track in Blackpool?
No, this is certainly not to be confused with another outdoor track at Blackpool, it it only has about 5 corners and would fit into our duck pond. Our karting circuit is over three times the length, has a 9m width. Added to that our fleet of karts are twin engined, it would be like comparing a Fiat 500 with a Ferrari 488.
How old do you have to be?
Karting can start at a young age, we have a fleet of Junior karts too. Height of the drivers is more important, our minimum recommended height is 4’6″ (137cm).
What Events do you do?
We can host Corporate Events, Stag & Hen Do’s, or a range of endurance and grand prix style events for you and your friends. We can also host kids parties. No matter whether you have a small or large group, give us a call: 07977 736207
Do you need any experience or a driving licence?
No, our experienced and friendly staff are there to give you tuition if you are new to karting. We want you to feel safe and take it at your pace, you’re here to have fun ultimately 🙂
Can we just turn up?
Within reason yes, you are welcome to check if we haven’t got an existing long endurance race running. To check call: 07977 736207
What if it’s raining?
I think we’ll just leave it there!!
Some think it’s more fun (sorts the men from the boys), we have wet suits to keep you from getting drenched.
Come and check out the best go kart experience in Blackpool
Visiting Blackpool promenade? Why not accidentally take the family for a stroll up the North Promenade and stumble across our technically challenging race circuit!!
1 Queen’s Promenade
North Shore, Blackpool Lancs.
Give us a call for further information on:
07977 736 207