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Mini GP Racing

Go Karting and Driving, Activity Centres, Indoor
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Drivers start your engines and take to our pinnacle 14,000 sqft indoor race track. You have the choice of fulfilling your action-packed day on our Mini Motos, Mini Quads or Drift GoKarts.

You can hire our bikes or bring your own. Want to see who the overall winner of the family is and race against your kids? You can at Mini GP Racing, you’ll be pleased to hear there are no age limits, just a weight restriction of 70kg. Mini GP Racing welcomes all racers aged 4+, they can start off with the choice of electric quads or drift go-karts and the older riders have the choice of the 70cc petrol quads or mini motos (depending on prior experience)!

All new riders receive a full health and safety briefing and they have a dedicated Professional track Marshalls on hand to help you out and give you tuition on track. Mini GP Racing are the perfect host for unique birthday parties too! With 10 spectacular party packages to ‘Rev' your special day up or they can tailor make a package to meet your desired needs. Last but not least, if you want to progress and master your riding skills, Mini GP Racing also hold academies for beginners whether that be for the quad bikes or mini motos! They’re an approved academy for grass root development for professional motorbike racing. So, start your engines!

Opening hours

Monday and Wednesday Closed
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 16:00 - 21:00
Saturday and Sunday 09:30 - 17:00

During school holidays:
Tuesdays to Friday 10:00 - 17:00



Unit 1a Thornhills, Beck Lane,
West Yorkshire,
West Yorkshire,
HD6 4AH,

Phone number

07904 532525


'Arrive & Drive'
Mini Quads
£13.50 for 15 minutes
£22.50 for 30 minutes
£32.00 for 45 minutes
£38.00 for 1 hour

Drift Gokarts
£15.00 for 20 minutes
'Bring & Rides'
£25.00 for 1 hour
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