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How old do you need to be to race?

A driver needs to be 48" tall and 8 years old to 13 years old to safely operate a junior kart and 57" tall and at least 14 years old to race an adult kart.

What do I do when I arrive?

Every driver needs a racing profile and must sign a race waiver before your first race at Speedeezz 2. You can create your personal race profile in advance online, or if you prefer, when you arrive at Speedeezz 2. Once you have finished your profile, sign your waiver, and purchase your races. You are then placed in the next available heat.

When I purchase multiple races am I automatically signed up for multiple heats?

No. When you finish your race, if you want to race again you will need to return to the front desk to sign up for the next available heat.

Can I transfer my race credits to another racer?

Racing credits are transferable to other Drivers/ Racers but they also do not expire.

Is it possible for adults to race with junior racers?

Only in our Family races are junior karts and adult karts allowed to race together. Customers that are not family can get very competitive when not family. Envision a subcompact car being hit by a large SUV. Because safety is always our primary concern.

Can I bring my own food or use my own caterer?

No! We offer a great selection of Hot items, snacks and drinks at the concession stand. This is great option for you because you don't have to worry about the food. To make life even easier for you, we can provide a list of local caterers we frequently work with you rent the whole facility for three hours or more. If you would like a completely care-free event, we can handle your catering for a nominal fee.

How many can race at one time?

We can accommodate 6-8 adult karts or 5-6 junior karts in one race.

How long does one race last?

Depending on your speed level, a race can last between 5-8 minutes of actual race time on the track. When you factor in your time in the pit, you can estimate a race lasting 10-12 minutes.

Why is the length of a race determined by the number of laps and not time?

It is not unusual to have to halt a race briefly for a variety of reasons. Rather than guess how much time needs to be put back on the clock, by using a set number of laps as the determining factor we believe our system is a lot better system.

Why don't you have a license fee like other tracks?

We don't believe that other facilities provide anything of value for a race license. When you add in the cost of the license to the cost per race at other facilities, we believe you will appreciate that the cost of our races is a terrific value compared to our competitors.