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How much does it cost to have your kid practice Go Karting?


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My thread about letting your kid practice motor sports seems to be a success, and most people there say they would let or even encourage their kid/s to get involved into such an activity, so the next question is... how much does it cost to give a kid a shot at some of the cheaper options, like go - karting? How often do those things break down anyway?

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Here (Seattle Washington USA) we have both indoor and outdoor tracks. Since Seattle has rain 9 months of the year many stick to the indoor tracks. Over all I find it pretty reasonable and a great family building activity.




Lots of fun for everyone. $6 for your annual license and training, then $19.99 for 14 laps. They do have custom packages.


Another Indoor Track - http://www.traxxracing.com/


Yet some of us also like the real world outdoor tracks where you do have to deal with the rain and the slick track conditions.




Pacific GP has what I consider one of the best outdoor tracks around. They also have wet weather clothing and helmets that you can use. 


Here is their pricing info:

Non-Member Pricing

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  • $35 first session
  • $25 each additional session, same day
  • $3 head sock fee, if using our helmet.
  • Optional – you can use your own DOT full face helmet.
Member Pricing
  • $25 per session
  • $3 head sock fee, if using our helmet.
  • $50 annual Membership pays for itself in no time with all the benefits and discounts!
  • Optional – you can use your own DOT full face helmet.
Member Benefits
  • $10 discount on the first session, each day (Regular price $35)
  • $10 discount on every League Race
  • Free rental session every 10 sessions (10 PGP Rewards points)
  • Special discounts and offers for Members only throughout the year
  • Memberships valid for 12 months from date of purchase so you receive year-round discounts!
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I had a small budget and managed to get a decent go kart for cheap. However, I had to do some work to the go kart, but when your neighbor is a shop foreman for an asphalt company it tends to make it a lot easier. As far as practicing, I own a farm, so he has plenty of space and time to practice.

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