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Tampa Bay Grand Prix, Tampa
(3.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We did the 3 races for $39, plus tax. One 14 lap is $16 for adults. Plus a $5 pp racer card fee, which is good for one year. There are two different tracks, one a bit longer, one a bit faster, but bot...  more »
  • Went on Saturday for a birthday party with a group of friends and our kids. Had an absolute blast! This place is fun itself being 50mph karts, but the staff really allow this venue to be an adrenaline...  more »
  • The indoor track was fun and loud. The cost for two boys to race 3 times was $60. We took son and a friend for his birthday. I saw someone get caught in the "track." The track is not permanent. It app...  more »
Google
  • This has gone from a 5 Starts about a year ago to now having 2 stars..... Here is why.... Their go kart have seen better days..... Majority of their go karts are not smooth and they are extremely bounce when you are on the throttle.... I have taken my radar gun to see what the top end speed is, since they advertising 50 mph..... The speed is no where near that top speed of 50 mph... I got one car at 27 mph.... However the employees say the radar is wrong, and the stand by them doing 50 mph.... The radar is correct..... It is correct just over 1/2 mile away up to 300 mph...These karts are not as advertise..... So now we can talk about the maintenance issues of these karts???? The last few times we have been here in each of our races there has been 1-3 karts breaking down.... Not just in our race's but every race we watched.... So Don't expect a clear 14 laps without issues it will not happen.... Just expect breakdowns and long stoppage times to replace some of their karts.... Also you PAY for X amount of laps..... You get mixed in with different skilled level drivers.... So many of the do not get their X laps because they get lapped..... But they paid for X amount of laps.... I feel bad for these people..... Hint........ Go with a group of 10 people so you have the track to yourself..... Try to have all the people in the same skill set or at least in the same mindset.... You will have a much better time than when random people are just racing with you.... The staff has improved from our last visit... Still thinking of opening up my own Go Kart indoor facility.... Just because this can truly be a fun thing to do on a rainy day... I will never down score for the long wait time because that is expected when you have a large amount of people wanting to race....
  • Lots of fun but the karts are in pretty rough condition with some not being nearly as fast as others which kind of ruins the competition aspect. Staff is really unprofessional, crashing karts through barriers and into each other. For the price I would expect a more refined experience.
  • Like many reviews stated, some of the staff are very disrespectful. The karts are in bad shape and they seem to turn off, or lose power at times, as I've seen this happen twice. I recommend racing with friends as some people on this track can't drive worth anything. There are no bumping signs EVERYWHERE, but when someone rams into a kart at full speed or causes an accident, nothing is done. Nothing. Not a thing. Why have the signs everywhere if you don't enforce it? People will try to put their kart between a kart and the wall with an inch of space. They drive better on the streets, and that's saying something. I saw one large accident and was part seprate chain pile up due to people not knowing how to pass. If you absolutely have to come, race with friends.
  • These go-carts are crazy fast! The races are fun and very competitive, hoever no contact is strongly enforced. Staff was good but very young. Prices are fair, I would recomend checking their specials to get the most out of you time there.
  • Whoa, this is a blast...I brought my GoPro camera and attached it to one of their helmets that had a mounting base already on it...have put the videos on Youtube and love to watch the action from my drivers seat... A little warm inside the racing area but you soon forget the heat when you're traveling at 50 mph...is a work out and I was sore after working hard to make it around the track...there are 2 tracks btw...both are challenging and fun...