“Great Place to Race” from some of our visitors!
This is a great time in a well organized facility. The carts are fast and fun. Easy walk from City Center/Vdara. Would go back for sure the next time we are in Vegas. Best to call ahead rather than drop in. Occasionally they get busy with booked parties. Way more bang for your buck than shelling out $1000 at the LV Motor Speedway for a few laps in a Vette or something.
You must view a training film first, because these are very high speed carts. A guaranteed thrill if you like this sort of thing. By the time you finish your laps, you’ll feel like you’ve working out at the gym. Very exciting and a great rush. ;lkHave at it!Fast Lap Indoor Kart Racing was amazing. The staff was extremely friendly, and they ensured that my family and I had the best time possible. We especially enjoyed the fact that the karts were gas powered, it allowed to us to get the whole real racing experience. We had a blast and I would definitely recommend visiting Fast Lap on your vacation.
I went with my 16 year old niece. She has her drivers license. I’m in my mid-50’s, and, after one race, realized I have absolutely “aged out” of this kind of thing. Very hard, hot, uncomfortable, and physically draining. This is not the same as going to a track and “racing” a sports car- this is a real down-and-dirty mix-it-up with a bunch of other drivers going as fast as they can, willing to pass you on the right or left, and bump you if they have to. It seems very sketchy, with regards to safety- we saw a kid with flip-flops allowed to race, his essentially bare feet just inches from the completely exposed tires. Why more folks are not hurt here is a mystery to me. So why give it a good rating? My niece LOVED it! I sat out the other races, took photos of her, while she totally smoked the guys and men trying very hard to beat her. So for kids of driving age, say, from 16 to 22, this place is great.
Just one major tip: bring your own water, and plenty of it. They don’t even have a water fountain here- instead charging $3 or so for a bottle from a vending machine. And, did I mention it is not air-conditioned? Really, really hot in there.