TeamSport is thrilled to be bringing an old disused building in the Victoria Retail Park that has been vacant for almost 5 years back to life. A £1 million major refurbishment is well underway to provide the people of Nottingham with a state-of-the-art indoor go-kart leisure venue by early December less than 5 miles from the city centre.
Race goers can expect a 750 metre professionally designed track with a massive triple underpass and the capacity for up to 16 karts. Thrill seekers won’t be disappointed with plenty of hairpins, banked turns and long straights to gain maximum speed of up to 40MPH. Professional race suits and helmets will be supplied to all karters and of course all race goers will have a full safety briefing before heading out on the track.
In addition to the track, visitors will enjoy high class facilities including; a track-side viewing gallery, purpose built meeting rooms for corporate customers, themed party rooms for children and “Fuel” TeamSport’s gourmet track-side snack bar. With a ride range of specialist events and offers already available it’s also set to be a firm favourite for thrill seeking stag do’s, speed demon students and budding Lewis Hamiltons! Advance bookings are being taken now: 0808 167 6700
And the good news doesn’t stop there. TeamSport has created jobs at all levels, with recruitment of local team members well underway. Appropriately enough, this includes some ‘fast track’ career opportunities for the right candidates. After training, they could progress to become anything from a track marshal to a general manager. In total there will be up to 38 jobs up for grabs at the track
Dom Gaynor, the Managing Director of TeamSport commented, “We are really excited to be bringing the thrill of indoor karting and our latest state-of-the-art track to the heart of Nottingham. We know Nottingham has a buzzing cosmopolitan population and the city attracts visitors from near and far. There is a clear gap in the market for a city based indoor go-kart track and we can’t wait to open our doors to the people of Nottingham.