Capital Karts The UKs longest indoor go karting track London
Unit 1, Rippleside, IG11 ORJ
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: Day Trip Destinations
What we offer
Capital Karts is home to the UK's longest indoor karting track. The karts are top of the range and offer the most authentic racing experience to beginners and those who have already been karting. Many of our staff race in professional and semi- professional motorsport series so can provide hints and tips on how to improve and an insight into motorsport. Our venue is game changing and provides a fantastic experience to all abilities.
What makes us a great choice?
Our current customers come to us as we are the biggest and best. Our quality of track, karts and facilities is far superior to any other indoor track in the UK. The circuit has been designed to the size of an outdoor track but indoors so not weather dependent. Our circuit is larger than the pitch at Wembley.
Group Sizes Catered For
Materials, Resources & Information Provided
N/A - although all pupils will receive a print out of their lap times.
Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions
No restrictions - this is fine,
Risk Assessment Details
We can send any prospect group our company risk assessment. In addition teachers can come down whenever they would like to be shown around the venue and conduct their own risk assessment.
The cost is £30 for 2 x 20 minute sessions.
A supervising adult can go free per 10 pupils
Capital Karts provide helmets, gloves and a race suit, suitable footwear such as trainers is required.
First Aid Information
The majority of our staff are first aid trained and there is always at least 4 first aid trained staff on duty at the same time.
The venue sells drinks and snacks and there is a 50 seat lounge where children can bring their own food.
Accessibility & Disabled Facilities
The venue isn?t suitable for disabled children.
Opening Hours & Information
Every day 9am to 10pm, it is envisaged that any school visits will take place between 9am and 5pm mon to fri
In June this year a school sent 200 pupils over 5 days to us: