Things to do at TeamSport Go Karting Birmingham review
Race your family and friends on their 1000 metre track in Birmingham, West Midlands. TeamSport has a number of venues across the UK.
Oldbury is home to the longest elevated section of track in the UK. It has 13 hair raising bends, speedy straights and it is the biggest and fastest indoor circuit in the west midlands at over 1000 metres. An average lap time is 51 seconds and the adult karts can travel up to 40mph. Its minimum age for driving is 8 years old. Their karts run on petrol not electric.
Drivers age 8 to 12 get to use their specially-designed Cadet Karts. Every racer is given a full safety briefing before getting completely suited up. TeamSport also host kids parties for ages 8 to 12. Or you can even purchase go-karting lessons for Cadets (8 to 12 years) and Junior drivers (13 to 16). They also run holiday kart camps throughout the holidays.
Don’t worry if you are novices as there are people on hand to guide you and make sure that this is a fun family-friendly day out. Families won’t have to race with groups of older people. There is a spectator area, bar and plenty of free parking.
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FAQ and Further Information TeamSport Go Karting Birmingham
Eating – There is a food and drink on-site including a bar.
Facilities in brief – Family-friendly go-karting from the age of 8 on a 1000 metre track with 13 hair-raising bends. There are toilets plus food and drinks.
Entry price – *Higher-priced
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher-priced. Prices start from £20 per person. On-site parking is free.
Opening: TeamSport go-karting is open for most of the year. For up to date opening times and dates please see their website for further details.
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