New go-karting track launched at Yas Marina Circuit

Show off your racing skills at the home of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

New go-karting track launched at Yas Marina Circuit

Go-karting just got slammed into high gear – after a brand new racing track was launched at the world famous Yas Marina Circuit.

Motorsport lovers can now hurtle around the same corners as the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel after the all-new North Kartzone Track was given the green light.

Speedsters can tear around the track from January 25, going wheel-to-wheel with friends in even bigger and better karts offering even higher performance.

The new karting track layout will also be used by pro karters in the Rotax Max Challenge.

Petrolheads can get in the driving seat by signing up for a premium karting package, which includes the hire of essential racing gear such as helmets, gloves, overalls and safety covers, plus a safety briefing from highly experienced Yas Marina Circuit instructors.

Racers can also indulge their competitive spirit by checking their times against their pals when they are given a full result rundown at the end of their session.

Drivers must be 18 or over to take part and training shoes are mandatory (no sandals or high heels), but you don’t need to be a racing expert to take part – or even have a driving licence.

Slots are limited, so book fast to get on track for an unforgettable experience.
Dhs170. Jan 25, 2pm-10pm; Mar 8, 8pm-10pm; Apr 21, 7pm-10pm; May 5, 7pm-10pm; May 12, 7pm-10pm; May 17, 2pm-10pm. Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island (800 92/02 659 9800).

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