Go-Karting

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Go-Karting is an exciting and exhilarating recreational motor sport. Enjoyed on both indoor and outdoor circuits, it can improve co-ordination, concentration and reaction times. It is also accessible for a wide range of people with differing health conditions, including those with visual impairments or who use a wheelchair.

Go-Karting involves indoor or outdoor track driving of open-wheeled vehicles, usually around a circuit. Go-Karts tend to be easy to drive as they have four wheels and only two pedals - the accelerator pedal to speed up and the brake to slow down and stop.

Go-Karts have a low centre of gravity as they sit very close to the ground, which makes it less dangerous as the vehicle is more likely to spin than flip over if you go too fast!

Our physios will attend the sessions with you and work alongside instructors who will provide a full safety briefing as well as guidance and practice on driving the Go-Kart. Participants are usually provided with overalls, helmet and gloves too. Go-Karting is a fun activity for people who like a challenge, are competitive, want to learn a new skill, and enjoy driving and speed.

Improves coordination, concentration and reaction times.

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