Ready, set, go!
Pegged as the “world’s largest” of its kind, an indoor go-kart track in Edison, New Jersey is slated to open in December.
“The total combined track length is over a half-mile long,” Supercharged Entertainment said on Instagram. “The maximum track width is 26 feet, with 13 left turns, 12 right turns, and 10 elevation changes.”
The race track will include four passing lanes at its widest points.
Located on Route 1 South next to Topgolf Edison, the go-karts will reach speeds of 45 miles per hour for experienced drivers over the age of 15, the company added on its Facebook page.
The entire building complex spans 131,000 square feet and is also expected to include 19 axe-throwing lanes, an arcade with 140 games, an immersive virtual reality area, bumper cars, a tower ride, a restaurant and two bars.
Supercharged Entertainment hopes that the multi-level track will become a vacation destination for travelers arriving from the Newark and New York City airports.
“The owners are always looking to do things bigger and better,” Malcom Jones, general manager of a company facility in Massachusetts, told NJ.com in an interview. “The lot (in Edison) was just what we needed. It really just boiled down to its close proximity to Newark and New York City.”
Beyond the go-kart arena in Wrentham, Massachusetts, the company has another one in Connecticut.
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