Leisure Go Karting in Kuala Lumpur / Petaling Jaya
and Shah Alam Malaysia
and Shah Alam Malaysia
Mobile : 6012 3695862
Go Karting Shah Alam
Package Price Per Person Adult: RM 285.00 Minimum 4 persons
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As a fairly new sport in Malaysia, Go Karting has gained enormous popularity. We are able to offer the public a safe and controlled environment to experience the 30 minute adrenaline rush from karting.
30 minutes of Go Karting activity and adrenaline rush
Air conditioned vehicle
Return Transfers (Hotel-Go Kart Circuit)
English Speaking Driver/Guide
Complimentary Pick up/Drop Off Service from major hotels in KL / PJ / Shah Alam
Tour & transfer as per itinerary
This package excludes:
Additional Hours at Go Karting
Tips to Driver/Guide
Outdoor activities are subject to weather conditions and may be reorganised to best meet operational situations
Please purchase Personal Travel Insurance prior to the tour
Minimum age is 8 years old
Should there be a group, they will split into 2 teams. All of them will play at the same time
All participants are encouraged to wear sports–related apparels. Sports shoe is a Must!
Please bring along Change of Clothes, Towels
Karting in Malaysia...
The sport grew globally and reached the shores of Malaysia ( then Malaya ) at the end of the 1960s. The most popular category of karting in Malaysia today, remains at Sprint Karts. This is due to its simpler design and also the shorter and far more simple tracks they run on. It was a common sight for go-karts to be run on closed public streets during our various States' public holiday throughout Malaysia in the seventies & eighties. Races held in car parks were also common, as some will remember.( like the Asia Jaya carpark in Petaling Jaya )
"The purest form of motor racing" - Ayrton Senna
The sport of karting is governed by CIK/FIA ( Commission Internationale de Karting / Federation Internationale de L'Automobile ) , which controls the type of karts and engines available today, to ensure a regulated competition & healthy growth to the sport worldwide. The most popular category of karts are the 100cc engined karts ( Sprint Karts ), producing 27 - 29 hp and capable of reaching a top speed of 120 kmhr to 140kmhr ( depending on gearing & track ). Seated at only 100mm above the road surface, the speeds seem much higher in a kart! Age of kart drivers ranges from 7 - 70, so there is almost no age limitation on who can participate.
Kart Drivers in Formula 1.....
Kart racing is often very close & exciting as the techniques of driving and competing are more emphasised rather than equipment superiority. As such, it is no wonder that many of today's best Formula 1 drivers started out in karting. For example, drivers like Alain Prost, Michael Schumacher, Mika Hakinnen, Nigel Mansell, Johnny Herbert and the late Ayrton Senna, all started their racing career in karts.
Competing in karts require intense concentration, lightning quick reflexes, stamina and controlled aggression. Knowledge of kart setup and also engine fine tuning while driving are some of the technical skills required of the driver. It is not uncommon to know that some of the best F1 drivers use the kart as a training tool in their winter season, to keep their reflexes sharp....just like Schumacher here on the right.
The sports also teaches responsibility, good sportsmanship and respect for machine and fellow competitors; all excellent personality traits to have in an individual. This is recognised by our Sports and Youth Ministry ( Kementerian Belia & Sukan Malaysia ) and hence their sponsorship of the KBS Ford Malaysia Kart Prix Series.
Perhaps the biggest bonus of kart racing is its relatively cheap competition cost as compared to other forms of motorsports racing. This also encourages wide variety of participants and it is common to see drivers from the same family competing, like the few father-son teams who race regularly at our Shah Alam Stadium Circuit. Also observed is the friendly environment at our kart track which promotes multicultural & international level friendships amongst the drivers & teams.
At our Shah Alam Stadium Circuit, the races are controlled by the local kart club; the Kelab Kart Selangor & Wilayah Persekutuan ( KKS ). For a more comprehensive of the categories of Sprint Karting races which KKS sanctions, please refer to our Kart Classes & Rules page. ( Click on the icon below )
Yes, we want you!....in kart racing!!!
The sport of karting is always keen to recruit more drivers, members, supporters and even spectators, so please drop by at your local track and have a friendly word with some of the karters. We can definitely offer you some free advice on how to start in this exciting sports, so please visit us.
Do drop by our track in Shah Alam!