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Sykart Indoor Racing Center Tukwila

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Sykart Indoor Racing Center
17450 West Valley Highway
Tukwila
WA
98188
Tel: 425 251 5060

Where are we going today?

Vroom Vroom....rev those engines, because the race is about to start! Grab those helmets....let's go!

Sykart Indoor Racing Center is ALL about those engines, and giving you that amazing karting experience in a safe, and indoor environment. Sounds perfect!

For kids over 8 years, you get to experience what it's like to be an F1 racing champion, as you cross the chequered flag. Whether you have booked as a group of friends, or just a walk-in family wanting some spontaneous excitement, Sykart Indoor Racing Center are the ones to make that happen!

There are a few types of racing that you can choose from, when you arrive at the venue. The Youth Track is perfect for those younger kids, over 50" tall.

These 6 minute races are perfect to give them enough of a racing experience, where they can race their friends (or make new ones in the process!)

For those who are a bit more serious about the karting adventure, Endurance Racing is perfect where you challenge yourself to a 30 minute non-stop endurance race.

Haven't raced much before? Sykart Indoor Racing Center have you covered too! They offer Basic Driving School on weekends where those younger drivers can race on the full-speed track, and really hone their skills. They also receive VIP membership as a result!

By learning flag signals, kart controls, safety, and basic driving techniques, it's a great way to build their confidence, and then maybe one day they will be conquering the Endurance Race!

Don't let the weather keep you from having the time of your life, rain or shine, come in, strap your helmet on and experience the thrill of indoor racing with Sykart Indoor Racing!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsWalk in $19
  • ChildrenYouth Track $12, Junior Racing $19
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

11am - 11pm Mon - Sat / 11am - 10pm Sun

All year round

I'm Hungry!

They sell basic concessions and drinks at the center.

Healthy Eating!

Keep a bottle of water in your bag so you stay hydrated!.

Any Top Tips?

Try to go on a weekday afternoon before 6pm as this will result in the shortest wait times, and the most enjoyable Jr. Racing experience!.

Doing our bit

They offer you safety briefings, and make sure everyone is looked after as safety is their no. 1 priority!.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff about any restrictions or special needs you may have and see how they can help.

Can I get one of those?

Can you have a birthday party? Sure! There are fun packages to choose from so the birthday boy/girl and friends can have a great racing themed celebration!.

More information

Kids can race on the adult track by completing the basic driving course.

What people are saying?

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    Awesome place with great staff that will talk with you about small talk, or even help you understand the more complex dynamics of racing while you're waiting for your next race.

    Karts were well maintained, track was pretty challenging, and the competition was tough.

    They even let me park my semi - truck on their property to race for a few hours.

    I will definitely return any time I'm in the neighborhood!

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    Great staff!!! Technical racing. Best pricing around.
    Get to know the staff, become a regular and you will shave seconds left and right! Not a regular racer? It's a friendly environment with karts that go like piss and may scare you into forgetting that the pedal on the rights more fun!!!

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    I spend too much time here. :D SyKart has both 6 and 9 hp karts, and while the qualifying requirements for the 9 hp karts are difficult, this is right in line with their goal of making more skillful drivers. And let's be honest, having 50% more hp makes the driving a lot more demanding, so you really want to know what you're doing before you jump into a whole new realm of performance.

    The track is always awesome, and the layout changes from time to time. Right now there's a really good mix of tight, technical turns and sweepers which require...Read More

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    I agree with a some of the negative comments on here, but I wanted to add my two cents... The place is really hit or miss on service. My first time I was there, I was given no direction on what to do after I initially paid. I sat by the TV and watched the safety video run through a few times, expecting someone to escort us to the racing area like any organized place would do. But I had to figure out that I needed to grab a helmet and walk to the pit lanes myself. Not a disaster, but still not the best first impression of the place. However, then...Read More

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    When we arrive we had seen a "big"small girl take off full speed straight into a wall. We had some fun. we were shown a video but no one knew it was on so we all missed it anyways it was about safety or something not important the carelessness of safety made more fun for our experience no really this place is alright

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by Kristopher Dick

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I spend too much time here. :D SyKart has both 6 and 9 hp karts, and while the qualifying requirements for the 9 hp karts are difficult, this is right in line with their goal of making more skillful drivers. And let's be honest, having 50% more hp makes the driving a lot more demanding, so you really want to know what you're doing before you jump into a whole new realm of performance.

The track is always awesome, and the layout changes from time to time. Right now there's a really good mix of tight, technical turns and sweepers which require at least as much courage as skill.

by Cameron Oriard

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I agree with a some of the negative comments on here, but I wanted to add my two cents... The place is really hit or miss on service. My first time I was there, I was given no direction on what to do after I initially paid. I sat by the TV and watched the safety video run through a few times, expecting someone to escort us to the racing area like any organized place would do. But I had to figure out that I needed to grab a helmet and walk to the pit lanes myself. Not a disaster, but still not the best first impression of the place. However, then the race track marshall was very good and organized and made up for it. Then the second time I was there, I was give instructions on what to do after I paid, then the track marshall was lazy and careless. Hit or miss. I like the track and karts they offer so I'll keep coming back. But anyone else who is less of an enthusiast likely won't come back for some of these reasons.

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