Drivers sit only an inch or two off the ground in karts that are said to go 40 miles an hour. Eight minute races may seem short, but at between 20 and 30 seconds per lap (my best time was 23-some-odd seconds, Karen’s was at least a second faster), you’ll get plenty of chances to skid out at every turn. We each bought two races for $18/each (with $2 coupon), which turned out to be all we needed.
RJ has always believed that racing is a microcosm of successful business management. “To succeed in both racing and business,” says RJ, “requires strong leadership, teamwork, attention to detail, a competitive spirit and a focus on performance.”
I have more than a few problems taking pleasure in the racing, but at least I don’t need the pretense.