Octane Raceway is an indoor kart racing venue in Phoenix near Sky Harbor International Airport. It's a large, modern facility that exudes excitement as soon as you walk in the door!
The main attraction here is, of course, kart racing. Up to 50 drivers can race on each of the two indoor quarter-mile tracks every hour with up to 10 karts racing at a time. Each race is more than three miles, and lasts about 12 minutes, or about 12-16 laps. Everyone can race, from the first-time racer to the experienced league racer. The adult karts can reach up to 45 mph.
In addition to the tracks, Octane Raceway’s 113,000 square-foot facility also houses colorful and appealing group meeting space, a billiard room, lounge, pit competition area, arcade, rock wall, Segway Performance Course and the Trackside Bar and Grill.
Octane Raceway opened in 2003. It was formerly known as F1 Race Factory. In 2005 drivers from nine countries met here to compete in the very first Indoor Kart World Championship.
The name was changed to Octane Raceway in 2011. Octane claims to be the largest indoor kart facility in America.
All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.