Indoor Go-Kart Racing in Inverness
Indoor Go-Kart Racing in Inverness

Indoor Go-Kart Racing in Inverness

Looking for an action-packed experience in Inverness with friends or family? Then head along to Inverness Kart Raceway, the Highland’s number 1 indoor karting centre! Designed with the help of professional drivers, the 320-metre track will have you zooming around tight bends and long straights. You can compete with up to 9 karts at one time to get the full experience of the race.

Where can I go Go-Karting in Inverness?

Get ready, set, GO...Karting! at Inverness Kart Raceway and put the pedal to the metal as you compete for the fastest time around the track!

For kids 8-15 years, the session will consist of two 5-minute heats, followed by a 10-minute final! Children aged 5-8 can still get the experience as they hop into the passenger seat of the dual car and are driven around by one of their marshals! Adults can choose from three different packages! If you’re looking for just a quick session, then go for a sprint race – which is a 10-minute practice followed by a 25-lap final. If you think you have what it takes to be the best, then enter the Grand Prix! – two 15-lap heats with a 30-lap final! And if you want to get really serious, then try the marathon of the “10-mile monster” – a 10-mile endurance race to see which of you can get the best average lap-time! Add some competition to your time off, add Inverness Kart Raceway to your Stack today!

  • Junior | £22.50 | 2 x 5-minute heats + 10-minute final
  • Adult | sprint race – £30 | Grand Prix – £40 | 10-Mile Monster – £44
  • Add pizza to any package | £10 – serves 4
  • Monday – Friday | 13:00 – 21:00 (school term) | 10:00 – 21:00 (holidays)
  • Saturday | 10:00 – 21:00
  • Sunday | 10:00 – 20:00
  • Available for stag/hen parties

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