Whether you’re an experienced racer or a complete novice, kart racing is always a challenging and thrilling experience that leaves you wanting more. At Unser Karting and Events, our goal is to provide a world class karting experience to all of our racers. That begins with top of the line go karts running on a professionally designed course, accurate lap timing, and well-maintained safety gear and equipment. Our customer service is the best in the industry, and we strive to make life long customers of each and every person who walks through our doors. Visit us today and discover what indoor kart racing is all about.
Arrive and Drive Racing
Our Arrive and Drive program is designed to get you from the front desk to the track as quickly as possible. We provide all the equipment necessary, including race helmets, racing suits, even an optional neck restraint similar to the ones the pros wear. Please wear closed toe shoes! A standard race lasts approximately 5 minutes, with most drivers completing 10-12 laps and driving 2.5 to 3 miles. We also encourage you to take advantage of our longer 7 minute races during non-peak hours, which run Monday through Friday from 10am until 5pm.
The Sodi RT 8 Go Kart
Our gas-powered karts provide a level of subtle throttle control that electric karts just can’t match. Capable of achieving speeds of 50 miles per hour, there’s plenty of power and maneuverability for even the most seasoned kart drivers. On top of that, our rigorous maintenance program, and relatively short kart life cycle, ensures that all of our karts meet the highest standards for performance and safety. There’s also no need to worry about air quality or smelling fumes in our indoor facility. Unser Karting’s ventilation and filtering systems are the most advanced in the industry, providing clean air and an environmentally friendly approach to karting.
New Racer Training – Quick and Easy
All first time racers will attend a 10-15 minute classroom training session before heading to the track. Our presentation covers most of the basics including: kart operation, track layout, safety, race rules and flag signals. Racers are encouraged to ask questions, although there’s nothing too extreme or hard to understand here…just making sure everyone feels comfortable before heading upstairs to the track.