Karting in Spain

Karting in Spain

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All the Karting companies

Company San Javier (Murcia)
Go-Karts Mar Menor
8€ per person
14 Prices
6 reviews
Company Playa De Sant Joan (Alicante)
Eventos Multiaventura
30€ per person
6 Prices
2 reviews
Company Soto De Dueñas (Asturias)
Karting Soto de Dueñas
12€ per person
7 Prices
24 reviews
Company Villaviciosa De Odon (Madrid)
Asupark Karting
11€ per person
4 Prices
2 reviews
Company Paracuellos De Jarama (Madrid)
Club Karting Paracuellos
13€ per person
7 Prices
Company Fresno De La Fuente (Segovia)
Centro de Ocio Luis Miguel
28€ per person
10 Prices
2 reviews
Company Sant Feliu De Llobregat (Barcelona)
Indoor Karting Barcelona
15€ per person
17 Prices
8 reviews
Company Rivas vaciamadrid (Madrid)
Karting Rivas
12€ per person
15 Prices
53 reviews
Company Playa De Gandia (Valencia)
Los Bestias Playa Gandía
35€ per person
10 Prices
1 Feedback
Company San Bartolome De Tirajana (Gran Canaria)
Parque del Motor
15€ per person
5 Prices
Company Vic (Barcelona)
Circuit d’Osona
15€ per person
9 Prices
3 reviews
Company Los Santos De La Humosa (Madrid)
Karting Club Los Santos
9 reviews

Karting experiences

Tips if you are going to do Karting in Spain

In Spain there are hundreds of the karting circuit, all over the peninsule that are the answer for those who don’t conform with watching the races on television. In them, you will have the opportunity to know how is it from the perspective of the pilot behind the visor of the helmet. You will carry out the races with great atmospheres so you can feel like an authentic drive of fast cars since the moment you enter through the doors.
1. Here, you can really step on and reach high speeds

How many times have you heard that a road is not a race track? Well, a karting track fits precisely that definition. There will no need to feel scared when taking the car to its limit and lengthening the braking to gain time in each curve. The tracks are designed to drive safely, both track width, as per the condition of the asphalt and its loopholes. If you respect the main norms and rules, you need to be very rough to crash into someone or something and, even that way, you will be wearing a helmet and additional safety equipment so you don’t found in the middle of a dangerous experience.
Here, you can really step on and reach high speeds
Drive even though you don’t have a driving license
2. Drive even though you don’t have a driving license

The long wait of reaching the age of adulthood to put behind a wheel is over. You can drive a kart since 4 years old! The trick is in choosing a car with an adaptable engine and power to your age. For the little ones, there are kid’s versions and separate race tracks from the adult’s so they are not in danger. From the age of 8, they will be ready to feel the power of the one-seaters, around 200 hp and, from the age of 15, approximately, they will have access to motors that can reach up to 270 hp. In any case, you’ll feel the high speeds whilst on the asphalt. Oh! And those cannot wait to introduce their kids to the world of karting, there are two-seater karts to share with the little ones that cannot drive alone still.
3. Show you are the fastest one

To ride without references can be really boring from the second lap. With the objective of challenging yourself and see your improvements, the circuits have timekeeping systems that will record your timing of every lap, so you can add it to the next lap. To compete can be more fun, with a group of friends in a bachelor party or beat that workmate that always steals your stapler. The karting companies will create a Grand Prize with all the characteristics of the international competitions. You will carry out several laps to arrange the starting positions, you will participate in a race and, the fastest, will get on the podium to champagne shower the losers.
Show you are the fastest one
Bad weather is not a problem
4. Bad weather is not a problem

There are karting race tracks and indoor tracks which the only thing is to choose between one or another during raining days. The ideal thing can be yo visit both types of circuits since each one has their own advantages. The outdoors usually have longer routes and will give you the opportunity to know how the temperature and light of the different moments of the day influence your driving. The indoor are a unique lighting and decoration show that is worth knowing.
5. Rest in the cafeteria

This type of facilities provide a variety of services, so you can pass a day with the family or eat with friends whilst checking the timesheet. The bars are build with views to the race track, so you don’t miss anything that is happening in the circuit whilst you ask for something to drink. There are also the perfect place for those who just prefer to be just a spectator.
Rest in the cafeteria
When is the best time to go to a karts circuit

The facilities for karting open everyday, except some who take a rest, usually, at the beginning of the week in particular cases, and do it all year. They have a wide availability so you can reach at any free moment you have. Normally, from Mondays to Fridays, you will find them open during the afternoons, whilst on Saturdays and Sundays they will receive you since the morning so you can stay until the night.