What is the difference between Closed events, Open events and Drop In?
Open event: Race for groups of 12 or less. You are put together with other groups on the track.
Closed event: Race for groups of 13 or more. You have the track for yourselves.
Drop In: Race without booking in advance / appointment. You are always welcome to swing by Racehall to check and see if the track is available. Book the race you want and start racing whenever the track is clear.
Which clothing should you be wearing?
In the winter half of the year we strongly recommend that you bring warm clothing, including gloves and warm footwear. It is always possible to borrow a racing suit and gloves, if you have forgotten any of these items.
You can easily become sweaty in the summer half of the year due to the heat. We always recommend that you bring an extra t-shirt this time of the year.
What is the minimum age and height?
The slogan at Racehall is Gokarting4All and we want to make sure that everybody have the possibility to get out and compete.
For that reason we don't have any age requirements for DROP-IN, but there is a natural height limit for the different karts.
At DROP IN (10 minute drives), there are no minimum age, but we have a minimum height requirement of 120 cm. At an OPEN EVENT, the minimum age is 15 years. At a CLOSED EVENT (minimum rent is 12 karts), the person who rents the track, has full responsibility of participants below 15 years.
Height limits at DROP-IN:
Adult karts: Minimum 150 cm.
Childrens karts: Minimum 120 cm.
We also offer a Twin-kart with two seats which allows passangers as low as 90 centimeters to be a passenger with a person above 18 years.
OPEN & CLOSED EVENTS:
At OPEN EVENTS we have an age limit of 15 years.
At CLOSED EVENTS it is the person who has booked the event who holds the responsibility if there are drivers below 15 years of age.
Is it possible to attend gokarting lessons at Racehall?
We are offering the Racehall racing school a few times every year, where an experienced coach will teach techniques and give some tips and tricks.
Why do you have to wear a helmet sock when you are racing?
The purpose of the helmet sock is to keep a high level of hygiene in the helmets.
Is it possible to drive your own gokart at Racehall?
It is not a possibility to drive your own gokart at Racehall, because we are only allowing our own gokarts to use the track.
Is the briefing necessary if you have been driving at Racehall before?
The briefing is always compulsory at any race of ½ hour or more. We are sometimes changing our procedures, and this way we are guaranteed, that all drivers have received the same important instructions.
What is my plastic Driver's Licence used for?
It is a driver's licence, which you must bring along every time you are going to drive at Racehall.
Why do you apply for a Driver's Licence?
The Driver's Licence application is a certificate that serves as a disclaimer.
This means that Racehall is not liable for any person- or property damage, which you or a third party may have caused during the use of the rented gokarts. The same applies for any injuries you may have suffered as a consequence of accidents caused by other drivers, or injuries inflicted by you on a third party.
There is no reason to go into panic due to this. The security of our track and gokarts are very high. The track is made of giant Flexi-Track material, which means that if you should collide with the barrier, it will absorb the impact and prevent an immediate stop. The gokarts have very high security equipment as well, which includes metal frames, head restraints and harness belts.
Persons below 16 years of age who arrive without parents or guardian still need to sign a Driver's License application, which has to be brought along with the signature of a parent or guardian.