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COTA KARTING WILL OPEN NOVEMBER 27th
HOURS OF OPERATION
RULES & REGULATIONS
FORMS & WAIVERS
HOURS OF OPERATION
November 27th – December 20th
Thursday–Friday 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM
Saturday–Sunday 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM
December 21st – January 3rd
Monday-Friday 5:00 – 10:30 PM
Saturday-Sunday 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM
No walk-ups allowed. Must book ahead of time in order to race.
Want to host a private event?
Throw your next party or corporate outing into high gear with private suites, food and drink packages, and karting for groups of all sizes. COTA Karting is the perfect spot to unleash your guests in a fun, competitive environment. Give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
- Please arrive no more than thirty minutes prior to your karting session
- No refunds are issued for missed sessions
- All racers will be briefed by a COTA Karting pro before hitting the track. Please adhere to your briefing instructions prior to and during your race
- Close toe shoes are required for all racers
- No bumping, spinning out, or reckless driving
- Helmets and head socks are required and provided by COTA Karting
- Consumption of alcohol before driving is strictly prohibited
- Poor behavior or foul language will result in loss of karting privileges
FORMS & WAIVERS
All drivers under the age of 18 MUST have a signed parental consent form. If their parents are not in attendance, the form must be notarized.
Can I race without any previous karting experience?
· Absolutely! COTA Karting caters to all experience levels from novice to expert. We offer different classes of karts to our guests to facilitate the best experience at every level (see kart classes listed below).
How long is each race? How many laps do I get?
· All heats are 10 minutes long.
· The number of laps completed in a single heat is completely up to the driver, our fastest drivers can reach up to 10 laps in a heat.
How is the driver's performance measured?
· Our drivers are measured by fastest lap time completed in the heat, not by position.
· Times are displayed digitally around the track after each race, time sheets are given out when available.
What should I wear to kart?
· Closed toed shoes are required. High heels are not permitted.
· No loose clothing (scarves, ponchos, over-sized garments)
· Long hair should be pulled back or tucked into shirt.
Do I need a notarized consent form for my child to participate?
· Drivers & Passengers under the age of 18 must have a signed & notarized COTA Karting Parental Consent Form with them or on file if a Parent or Guardian is not present.
. If a parent or authorized guardian is present, they must be responsible for signing the child's digital waiver at check-in.
Why do I sometimes experience sputtering with my kart in a race?
· All Karts are governed for your safety. When an incident occurs on track (around you or not) staff will govern the speeds of the karts to ensure the incident has been cleared/corrected before karts return to maximum speed and the race can continue.
How can I book a party or event at COTA Karting?
· Call our store front at 512-655-6301 or simply email email@example.com! We love parties and we love speed, let us help you combine the two and make your next event one to remember!
Circuit of The Americas and COTA Karting has introduced enhanced sanitation protocols to promote safe, socially-distant fun in the midst of the current pandemic. These protocols are aligned with city and federal recommendations for cleanliness and safety during this time
In addition to standard cleaning procedures, COTA Karting will:
- Add new signage to staging areas to promote social distancing.
- Shift to a pre-registration only model (guests on-site can register through their phones) that is a 100% cashless operation. Only credit card will be accepted.
- Participants should arrive no more than 30 minutes before their race start time.
- Disinfect the karts after each individual use.
- Disinfect helmets after each use through our new Ride Safe UVGI Helmet Decontamination Unit.
- Limit non-participatory spectators and encourage guests to wear masks prior to boarding