Karting Magazine Indoor Circuit of The Year nominee 2016
If Exhilaration, Excitement and Adrenaline are for you...then Redline Karting at the Kurburgring is the place to be!
For amazing racing come and visit Redline Karting at the Kurburgring, the indoor go karting track just a short drive from Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield, Leicester, Lincoln and Doncaster. We are based in the heart of the East Midlands, two miles from Junction 28 of the M1 motorway, on the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire border.
With new owners and name, upgraded premises, shiny new karts and a recently added licensed bar, we can offer an even better all-round experience whether it’s a visit with your mates, a works’ do or a birthday party, Stag or hen do or a corporate/teambuilding event – Redline Karting has invested in the Kurburgring to ensure our customers have the best of everything!
Redline Karting at the Kurburgring is open Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Mondays except for Bank Holidays and by appointment – see opening times here), and drivers can simply book in, turn up, jump in the driving seat and head out onto the track for the ride of their lives.
Ryan Smith, BTRA Truck Racing Champion (2016)
Rick Parfitt Jnr, British GT4 Champion (2013)
Lee Jackson, National Superstock 600 Champion (2012), now racing in the BSB British Superbike Championship
Came here for the laser tag but have been Karting there too. Would recommend to anybody. Reasonable prices, great staff both the track and the laser tag course are laid out really well tooKrisMarina (via Trip Advisor)
Awesome place. There were eleven on us in the party who drove plus four others who were watching. The eleven had a fab time out on the track and I couldn't fault the staff for friendliness and attentiveness.Sheila .J (Via Trip Advisor)
"Great place" Great place. Staff were confident and came over firm but very fair. Will go again. Very exciting to watchjez248 (Trip Advisor)
I took my son as a last minute treat for Xmas eve as it's very local to us and we'd been wanting to go for ages. First impressions from the outside were very different from reality - when arriving it looks like it might be a big empty warehouse but from walking into reception it was clean, bright and welcoming Staff were very friendly and bent over backwards to squeeze us in between two large groups for a 20 mins slot There was a great cafe full of various drinks at reasonable prices (around £1.50 etc so average for such places), lots of helmet and overall sizes to choose from and lockers to keep bags in while you race. We watched a brief safety DVD and signed to say we'd understood it but staff were easy to find to ask questions We were track side within 15 mins ready to race. The track is long enough to feel you have to take a few corners steadily but short enough to learn quickly My son was determined to lap me but with just us two on the tracks I could easily hear him approaching so could pull over a bit to let him pass - they made it clear it wasn't bumper cars so for no contact but staff laughed along with our family banter about who would win and allowed us to get close enough on corners to have a giggle (but not dangerously close!) We both loved the print outs to show the speed of each lap and over all number of laps and also the funny signs in the cafe you could use for photos e.g. 'Loser'....'champion' ....'he cheated' etc All in all the test for me is would I go back? It is expensive compared to bowling or skating etc but at £50 for two of us for 20 mins, in full safety gear, with the place to ourselves and three staff looking after us, with the full 20 mins actually racing, it's brilliant value The place would be great for teenagers parties, staff /team bonding etc due to the fun atmosphere and friendly competitiveness Well done to all the staff for making our Christmas Eve trip such funwednesdayDerbyshire (Trip Advisor)