Octane Raceway, Scottsdale

4.4
Octane Raceway is the first of its kind in Scottsdale AZ, and is privately owned and operated by its founder/CEO, Scott Sanders.

Octane has a third mile track which winds inside and outside. It is the only full time indoor/outdoor track in the United States. We are open for business 365 days a year for public and corporate events. Some of the organizations we have hosted include: GoDaddy, Insight, Southwest Airlines, Honeywell, Intel, Sprint and the Phoenix Suns.

Our European electric race karts go up to 45 MPH, and offer a truly exhilarating experience with zero emissions. A sophisticated, world-class karting facility, Octane has become a Scottsdale entertainment staple – a definite “must do” when visiting the Valley. We frequently welcome celebrity and professional racing guests. Stop by on the right night, maybe you’ll bump into someone famous!
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  • Had a company reward party and it was a blast. Good food, great service, equipment and beverages. I’m coming back with friends and family! (I brought my own motorcycle helmet)  more »
  • Group party (120+) we had a blast, would recommend it to anyone in the Phoenix area. Lots to do even for someone in wheelchair.  more »
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  • Great place to take a group of friends for a fun night out! The karts are quick and the track is cool. It's definitely best when both inside and outside are open so try to go when the weather is nice.
  • Track marshals tend to regulars. You wont enjoy yourself as a first timer racing at this track. They inform you to "move over", "no bumping" etc, by holding a placard if you get in the way of a regular. They will even reduce the speed of your cart if you dont obey. I was getting bumped left and right by regular racers and nothing happened to them. The track marshal should be fair to everyone. I'll stick to k1 or Go Kart World. You'll need to test and get licensed at Go Kart World to drive the gas big dogs that are 45+ mph. At least the track marshals at either locations treat everyone equal. Even the regular "professional" racers get penalized for not obeying them. First and last for me here.

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