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New Jersey Motorsports park, Millville

Categories: Outdoor Activities
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3.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • I was surprised with a bachelor event a week before my wedding with a day of clay shooting and go kart driving with five other individuals. We had initially planned for ten but only had six commit day...  read more »
  • Went to the races today,it was all good BUT wish they would have speakers,PA..announcing the start and ending of races...the main snack bar/was closed... Overall it was nice,just didn't know the start...  read more »
  • We went to the TransAm race today. Food concession was closed and only a table setup with hot dogs, hamburgers and chicken, a snack bar and that's all. No race announcements at viewing areas around tr...  read more »
  • I took my grand son for his first trill show he had a blast we got there 1 1/2 before gates opened but they still let us on.Talked to the drivers watched some racers go on the track.the workers there where great the place was nice and clean... Can not wait to go back grandson loved it was there to the end and he was asleep in the car in about 1/2 hour on the way home. Thank you for a great time my grandson will not forget about this day out Christopher Harper
  • Well you have to do a lot of walking. It's more of the Grand Prix kinda of racing. Very hard to see!!! Expensive to get in. They have a restaurant and go-karts. You have to take a driving course to drive the go -karts. And it's not cheap.
  • Came here for bachelor party with clay shooting and go-karting. Everything went great, we shot clays first and then drove the karts (probably the right order). Our group drives real cars on track, and we've all done lots of karting, and we agreed that this was the best kart track we've been to. They had lunch and beers for us after which was perfect. Overall a great experience, and an easy drive to Atlantic city that night. Can't say enough about how wrong all these other reviews are.
  • This review is only for the “F1 karting” experience only. We arrived and asked for the Grand Prix racing package (with practice, qualifying race and race). We were told that wasn’t available, you could only by sessions and that this package was for the month of May. Well, it’s July, we came with a group, and it’s on their website boldly prominent so right off the bat that’s a ding against them. Then we find out there is no timing or scoring – every single other place that is semi-serious about these have timing and scoring so you have an idea how well you did. I’ve done these karting type places in Jersey City, Canada, Egypt, in Ukraine, and they all give you timing and scoring sheets afterwards. Next the cars. These cars are nowhere near as fast as they claim on the website (55 mph). Some background here…I’ve raced go karts for several yours when I was younger, sprint Yamaha karts that went 85-95 mph, prior to 10 years racing cars from Formula Ford, Formula 2000 to Formula Atlantic. I’m certainly no Ayrton Senna but I’ve been around race karts enough to know that there was no way these went 55 mph, more like 30-35 mph in my estimation. Also the karts were poorly maintained and there were very slow ones and a couple of fast ones. I got the slow ones twice and it was so bad I had the gas floored all the way around the track and never let up on the gas nor used the brakes the entire time for both sessions. My nephew who is a complete novice was able to walk away from my kart on the straights even after spinning off the track in front of me at the end of the front straight (and no, he is no budding Schumacher, on one of the previously noted tracks where the karts are actually fast I’ve lapped him 3 times in a session, more than once). I would say do yourself a favor and go to a different track if a fun karting experience is your desire. Until they maintain and keep a good tune on these karts and have them truly capable of going 55 mph anyone with a modicum of skill will feel cheated. I know our entire group did.
  • Went to see the monster trucks. Had a great time
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