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K1 Speed, Orlando

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  • I had my sons birthday party at this place. They were extremely professional, accommodating and courteous. They handled a party of 12 with ease. The front desk staff were efficient. The on site manage...  more »
  • K1 is a nice place for a few hours of fun. The facility is large and clean. The cars are electric which is nice in terms of avoiding fumes that come with gasoline powered cars. They advertise 45 mph c...  more »
  • This is the second time I go there with my son. It's a good place to get together with him and have some fun. The track has a good design and security. The only buy is that the karts are not all in th...  more »
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  • Nice place, forced to buy an annual license for $11 on top of your carting fee. I only go once in a while, so i find that ridiculous. They will retard your kart if you become too competitive and in return staff will lower your lap times and others will pass you. I went the the Austin location and the track is large. Here it's two mini tracks...for the price for a race it feels like a rip off being on a smaller track. I give it 2 stars because of price vs race tracks and controlling the carts speed. I think its the whole point of going. Otherwise, it's some clean fun in a very nice/clean building inside and out.
  • So much fun! The add we received in our email stating 4 races for $44 was misleading as it didn't state 'per person' we thought all 4 of us could race for $44. Other than that it was awesome! Nothing like the rinky dink carnival go karts
  • It looked cool from the lobby, but we didn't get to actually ride the karts. They said all ages and all abilities were able to ride, but apparently you have to be taller than 4ft to ride. They don't mention that anywhere except on-site, so it was a useless trip. If you get lost looking for it, it's right next to Simcom and across from a big paint factory with bright red trucks out front. Looked fun, and they have pool tables for those who aren't karting, but make sure you and your friends are 4'1" or taller before you make the trip.
  • Wish track was bigger. Prices are so so. Karts are pretty fast. I'm 6 ft 1in and 275 pounds and I fit in the karts just fine.
  • Fun place for kids and adults. Carts do go fast. Races last approximately 10 minutes, which is good because IMO it's a little pricey.