RacingThe High Speed Euro Gran Prix karts are the fastest and most dynamic vehicles that are available at the Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix, or anywhere else in the state of Nevada. Having high-performance components that are inspired by full-size racing cars, these modern models can reach a maximum cruising speed of 47 MPH. Participants must be at least 14 years old to get behind the steering wheel of the High Speed Euro cars. Click to buy your Las Vegas monorail pass. Two tickets allow you to race for up to six minutes on these fast karts. A single ticket provides access to five minutes of racing on a traditional go-kart. A 54-inch minimum height requirement is enforced for the Euro High-Speed, Sprint, and Go-Kart tracks. You'll also need to buy at least one ticket to enjoy the Sprint Kart Speedway, which has sharp turns and curves that simulate top-tier tracks worldwide. Young children can have some fun on the Kiddie Karts, which have a minimum height requirement of 38 inches. Children only need to present one half of a ticket to get into their designated racing zone. If you want the best deals for all-day fun, buy the Mega Ride or Mega Ride Plus wristbands, which offer unlimited rides on both the go-kart tracks and amusement rides. Additionally, the complex offers the Starting Grid, Qualifier, Victory Lap and Winner's Circle season passes that are valid for up to 90 days.
Rides, Games and FoodThe Mini Gran Prix has several amusement park-style rides that keep young kids occupied while their older siblings, friends and family members hit the tracks. The Dive Bomber includes vintage airplanes that gracefully glide and spin in the air. The Dragon Roller Coaster and Tornado Twister provide more extreme thrills than the Dive Bomber. . At the Super Fun Slide, kids use potato sacks to get good traction along a colorful slide with bumps and contours. An arcade center offers additional fun near the rides. Skeeball, air hockey and mini basketball are some of the games that are available at the indoor gaming center. Winners can redeem their tickets for cool prizes, such as toys and memorabilia with themes of Las Vegas and racing. Hungry racers and arcade players at the facility can eat signature pizza pies, such as the Gran Prix, Go Kart and Just Cheese. Having thick crusts and multiple blends of cheese, the pizzas are perfect for families or large groups. Wings, tenders and boneless ribs are some other shareable items that are on the menu. You can also order classic American sides, like cheesy breadsticks and crisscut fries. Custom cakes are available for birthday parties and other special events.
Visiting Las Vegas Mini Gran PrixThe Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix is located just off Summerlin Parkway and Oran K. Gragson Freeway in Las Vegas, NV. You can enter the venue's outdoor parking lot from Rainbow Boulevard. Running southbound and northbound along this boulevard, the RTC 101 bus can drop you off near the racing complex. Following westbound and eastbound routes on Vegas Drive, Bus line 209 also stops within walking distance of this family-friendly attraction. The ride from Downtown Las Vegas and this facility normally takes approximately 20 minutes. Additionally, the Las Vegas Strip and McCarran International Airport are within a 30-minute drive of this racing playground.
Location: 1401 North Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 89108
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