With a fleet of 32 electric Sodi RTX racing karts from Europe, Octane Raceway assures you that you will always have the best performance vehicle indoor karting has to offer. The most advanced indoor Go-kart in the world, the Sodi RTX boasts an innovative and unique design with major technological advances, including:
- Center mounted motor for superior balance, handling and acceleration.
- 10,000 RPM for maximum torque and a top speed of 45 MPH.
- Powerful ENGEC engine.
- Optimized light weight chassis.
- Disc brake system with LED brake lights.
- Dynamic seat, pedal & steering wheel adjustment.
- Zero emissions.
ALL DRIVERS must sign a liability waiver and be ready to race with closed-toe shoes. Drivers under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign their waiver or have their parent or guardian sign a waiver online before their visit.
ADULT DRIVERS must be at least 4’6″ tall and 16 years of age with a valid photo ID.
JUNIOR DRIVERS must be at least 4’6″ tall and there is no age minimum. Octane Raceway does not have two-seater karts.
The indoor/outdoor Go kart track at Octane Raceway is 1/3 mile long, the track layout is carefully designed with the driver in mind to offer different challenges and deliver the ultimate racing experience. Beginner and experienced racers alike battle for position through the switchbacks, using the straightaways to gain speed and edge in front of their competition. Stop by Thursdays to race the track backwards!
ARRIVE & DRIVE RACING
This is the most popular way to race at Octane and is available on a walk in basis during our opening hours. When you arrive you will first need to register at the kiosk at the front desk. Once you are registered, a front desk associate will assist you with signing your liability waiver, purchasing your racing, and then scheduling you and your guests into the first available race. You can check our Calendar of Events before visiting to check for any possible track restrictions or closures.
Racing at Octane Raceway is scored in a Fastest Lap format, where the driver get in the karts in a random order and race for a set number of laps. The driver with the best lap time wins the race.