Allsports Grand Prix, Dulles

3.8
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Not your average go kart track at the amusement park or beach. What we do is racing and has been described as the most fun you can have with your clothes on. If you have the need for speed and want to experience the thrill of racing bumper to bumper with your friends, then we are the place for you.

Our go-karts are racing chassis that have been modified for indoor use, are gas powered, and can reach speeds up to 40 miles per hour! Because of the nature of racing, we require that every racer posses a valid drivers license and be wearing closed toe shoes in order to participate.

KIDS SCHOOL: Not old enough to have a license? Sign up for our Kids driving school! We offer the Kids school on the first two weekends of every month, please contact us to check for availability.

CORPORATE/GROUP PACKAGES - We do offer event reservations at our facility. There are different group packages to accommodate up to 100 drivers and different racing formats.

Micro Grand Prix Option 1 & 2 (6-11 drivers) - $55-$65/person

Mini Grand Prix (8-11 drivers) - $99/person

Sprint Heat Racing (12-20 drivers) - $95/person

Team Racing (16-100 drivers) - $105/person

For addition information about our group packages, please call or resort to our website.
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  • But expensive for the short amount of time they get to ride. We would go a lot more if the smaller cars for their age group was somewhat less than the bigger cars. As it is, we will go once or twice a...  more »
  • Overall a terrific experience. The track was very fast, making for intense racing, but it was still very safe and smooth. The technology is up-to-date and lap times are shown on a scoreboard every lap...  more »
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  • I admit - I have been going for several years. It is a wonderful way to get your racing experience in a safe an fun manner. Even though it is an indoor track - don't worry about getting bored. This is not one of those race setups where you do monotonous laps over and over again, skill really comes into play. You can expect as you get better to take between 3-5 seconds off your lap time. If you have children below driving age, it is a great way for them to race and have some fun (after they take the two day course.) Both of my kids did it when they were 13 (I think a good age to start would be 10-11), and have been racing with me ever since. We are lucky to have such a nice track in the area. I have been to the Summit point outdoor site, and like this track better.
  • We had a great time here for a bachelor party. Unfortunately I don't have enough time to write a proper review, but it was a lot of fun. Call ahead and get the trophies. It would have probably been more fun if we all weren't so hung over... but what can you do?

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