Bali Go-kart

    Burn rubber in a Bali go-kart grand-prix with your mates. Super-fast 60 kmph karts. Closed track - private to you and your crew.
    Bali Stag - Go-kart
    USD 29

    Highlights:

    Easily the best value of any daytime activity in Bali. Enjoy flying past as your mates spin off into the tires around the track.

    • Super quick go-karts
    • Full grand-prix track with challenging and fast corners
    • Grand prix style event with practice, qualifying and grand-prix final
    • Safety instruction and equipment
    • Transport to and from your accommodation
    • Beers on the bus on the journey home

     

    What Happens:

    These karts can shift. They have a top speed of 60 kmph and the track is designed with long sweeping turns so that you can keep the pedal to the metal. You’ll be feeling the g-force as you try to hold the go-kart to the racing line while flying around bends at top speed.

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    And, there’ll be no muppets getting in your way either. With Ludih, the track is completely closed to you and your crew. You have it all to yourselves. So you can go as fast as you like and focus completely on proving that you are the king of the track.You’ll start with a practice session, then on to race qualifying, a semi-final and grand final. When the dust settles and the smell of burning rubber and petrol has lifted, you’ll have a chance to talk about it over a few beers that we provide for you. And, after your Bali go-kart grand prix is over, we don’t leave you stranded at the track waiting for a taxi. With Ludih, return transfers in our air-conditioned bus are all part of the deal.


    What’s included?

    This Bali Go-kart activity includes :

    • Transportation to and from the track in our air-conditioned buses
    • Safety equipment: helmet and racing jacket
    • Whole track is completely closed to the public
    • Exclusive use of 60 kmph racing go-karts
    • 4 sessions in the kart: practice, qualifying, semi-final and grand final
    • Starter, race marshals and chequered flag
    • Drinking water
    • 3 beers each after the races have finished

    Itinerary

    • 12:15 p.m. Pick and up depart for go-kart track
    • 1:15 p.m. Get changed; safety briefing and instructions
    • 2:30 p.m. Practice, qualifying and races
    • 4:00 p.m. Depart go-kart site and enjoy some beers on the journey home
    • 5:00 p.m. Arrive at accommodation or villa party

    Price: US$29


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    Questions and Answers

    What is the race format?
    Your group will be divided into groups of up to 8 racers. Each racer will have up to 4 sessions in the go-kart with each session lasting around 5 minutes. Fast racers will complete up to 10 laps of the 400m circuit in 5 mins. The 4 sessions are:– Practice– Qualifying– Semi-final– Grand-finalAfter qualifying the line-ups for the semi-final will be formed with pole and forward grid positions going to those who were fastest in qualifying. For groups of more than 16, there will be 3 or 4
    semi-finals. The fastest 8 from all the semi-finals will qualify for the grand final and a chance of glory.

    Is it dangerous?
    The track takes reasonable safety precautions and has tires surrounding the track to stop you when you spin. However, this is still classified as a somewhat dangerous activity particularly if you are reckless. You’ve been warned. Drive fast but drive safe.

    Is there insurance?
    You aren’t insured. So you’ll be liable for any damage you cause to yourself; to others; to the
    go-kart or the facilities at the track.

    What go-karts are used?
    These are 200 cc, 6 HP go-karts that travel up to 60 kmph. The exact specifications are:– Honda GX200, 4 stroke engine– Max speed 60 kmph– 35 mm chasis– 44 mm axle– rear disc brake– full adjustable pedal positions– aluminium wheels– impact absorbing body work– adjustable seat– italian made body work (Morac)

    What to wear or bring?
    Importantly: wear closes shoes. Flip-flops / thongs do not provide adequate protection to your feet. You must wear closed shoes. Other than that wear shorts and a t-shirt. And bring some
    sun-screen.

    What safety equipment is provided?
    You’ll be given a race helmet with a visor and protective race suit.

    Where is the track located?
    Jimbaran in the south of Bali. It is a 40 – 60 minutes drive from Seminyak depending on traffic conditions.

    Is lunch provided?
    No. Eat before you come.

    Are refreshments provided?
    Yes – drinking water is provided to all guests. After the races are complete, we’ll provide you with 3 beers.

    Are there lockers for our valuabes?
    Yes

    Are there showers?
    No.

     


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