Karting in Brussels


11 Jan 2012, 05:01 Last Updated: 07 Jan 2014, 11:01

Go-kart racing is practically a compulsory stage in the life of every Formula One pilot. This leisure activity is now something we can all enjoy as a family, with friends, or colleagues. In Brussels there are three clubs for both beginners and more experienced pilots.

Just a stone's throw from the Drogenbos Carrrefour in Uccle, City Kart caters for both indoor and outdoor competitions, using go-karts and mini-motorbikes. The club also offers free breakfast every Saturday and Sunday morning for all rentals of two times fifteen minutes.

On the outskirts of the city, at Groot Bijgaarden, the Brussels Kart covers over 500 metres of turns and chicanes - as well as a straight of 80 metres, to put the pedal to the metal!

Lastly, the Brussels Kart Expo has the longest track out of this selection, (750 metres), with an indoor-outdoor circuit, only open from May to September. This centre also provides go-karts for disabled drivers. In general, you need to count about 15€ per quarter of an hour of racing, covering rental of go-kart and overalls/helmet. The three centres mentioned all run training sessions for children and serve food.

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