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Rye House Kart Raceway

rye-house-kartingAt the Rye House Kart Raceway you can experience the adrenalin-packed thrill of high speed karting on one of the UK and the world’s most renowned carting circuits. Many top class racing drivers have developed their skills by racing at Rye House, with Lewis Hamilton the most famous graduate of our youth racing clubs. The Raceway caters for both those who wish to develop their skills through regular racing practise as well as catering for events such as children’s parties, corporate days out, team building events and stag and hen parties.

“Rye House has always been a great circuit run by great people who have been incredibly supportive throughout my career. This is where I started and let’s hope that for every one of you, this could be where your career begins too” – Lewis Hamilton.

The circuit is one of the older race tracks anywhere in the world and has played host to hundreds of national and international events over the years. Many stars of F1 and other racing disciplines have developed and hone their skills on the Rye House circuit, a demanding track which challenges even the best drivers. Sections such as the ‘Reg’s Elbow’, ‘Pylon Complex’, and ‘Stadium Bend’, are the stuff of legend amongst karting enthusiasts the world over.

Rye House has recently acquired a brand new fleet of top-of-the-range Gt2 Karts for both Gp and Endurance racing. Each month there are several dates where hire drivers can compete against each other in open races. As well as the top-notch karts, racesuits, safety helmets etc are all available to hire. We only ever provide hire equipment which is of top quality and in the best possible condition. Feel free to turn up on any of the published Open Race days to test yourselves against other drivers of all abilities.

There is also the Prokart endurance events which take place on the second Saturday of each month and last for a full three hours plus qualifying period. These events are always fun and friendly despite running to a rule card and enjoying a competitive element.