Here at Allsports Grand Prix, our number one priority is our customer’s safety. Anyone who fails to follow our Rules and Policies will be asked to leave. We reserve the right to refuse services to anyone we deem unfit.
All drivers must present a KIDS School license or a VALID government issues drivers license. No permits, ID cards or passports are accepted. International drivers licenses we gladly accept.
All racers must come in closed toed shoes, we do not provide any here for rent. To race, everyone will be provided a racing suit, head sock, helmet and gloves. Racers are welcome to bring their own gear and helmets, but they must be full face.
The official weight limit issued by Sodi Kart for the GT4 kart is 250lbs; racers beyond this size will be uncomfortable and unable to race. Kids must be 50 inches tall to be eligible to run our 2-Day KIDS School.
Anyone driving aggressively, beyond their own ability, without regard for our rules or the safety of all involved will be warned or penalized depending upon the seriousness of the incident and any prior incidents. If a driver is removed from any race under these circumstances, no refund will be given.
Anyone displaying any aggression – physical or verbal – towards officials, staff or other participants will be removed from the facility immediately and no refund will be given. We want everyone to have a good time!
Drugs and Alcohol
No one under ANY circumstances will be permitted to race under the influence of alcohol or drugs. We reserve the right to breathalyse anyone who appears under the influence and unable to race.
Waiver of Liability
Everyone signs a full release and waiver of liability regarding possible injury. It is the job of everyone at Allsports Grand Prix to make sure that all of our customers enjoy the thrill and excitement of racing at our facility, while taking every step to ensure that all safety measures are taken. Please remember that indoor Kart racing is very real – it is not an amusement ride or bumper cars, and accidents can happen. The chance of an accident occurring increases greatly if participants do not observe our rules and policies.