Party Earth Review Indoor Karting’s claim of being the most advanced indoor go-kart track in the world may very well be accurate, but it’s doubtful glowing technology claims will ever compete with the adrenaline-pumping excitement of burning... ... read full review
Ctra Laurea Miro, 434
08980 Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Barcelona
93 685 75 00
M–Th 6am–midnight, F 6am–3am, Sa 10am–3am, Su/holidays 10am–midnight
SANT FELIU DE LLOBREGAT, SPAIN –
Indoor Karting’s claim of being the most advanced indoor go-kart track in the world may very well be accurate, but it’s doubtful glowing technology claims will ever compete with the adrenaline-pumping excitement of burning rubber.
The experience is not for the faint of heart, as navigating hairpin turns across the enormous indoor track while crammed inside a tiny go-kart will certainly get anyone’s blood racing and hands shaking.
Each race lasts about ten minutes, and though rubbing chassis is all part of the fun, racers who crash too hard into another kart will likely be taken off the track for their own – and everyone else’s – safety.
Even if patrons have go-karted before, they probably haven’t done so on a track of this size – 5,000 square meters laid out in a huge industrial-sized hangar – or where the karts boast 270cc engines and racing suits and helmets are required.
Afterwards, racers can check out their time sheet and then hang out at the bar for a little nerve-settling beer with friends, although they should be wary of heading back to the track afterwards and potentially earning Indoor Karting’s first drunk-driving ticket.
Mostly local men and the occasional British bachelor party, all ages.
Small restaurant open 8–11pm offers pizzas and sandwiches. The best way to get to and from the area is by cab. Look for the Mimi card for a 20% discount on karting.
€17/ten-minute race, plus €3 registration fee. Cab €40 round trip. Food €8+.
Wear something light. Dress code: no open shoes (sandals, flip-flops) allowed.