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waivers required to participate all activities

Why do I
need a

There are many reasons that a company will tell you is the reason why they have guests sign a waiver prior to participating. The simple truth is that we want every person who is planning to participate to be very clear on what is required from them, as well as having a clear understanding of the potential risk involved. When it comes to kids our main goal is to confirm that each child’s’ parent is completely aware of the activity their child is about to participate in. While it would be much more convenient for us to allow just anyone to race, the safety of our guests is more important than the money we would make. Also in order to give our junior drivers the ability to actually competitively race one another we do increase the speed of the karts as well as allow for more actual racing between drivers. All of this is done with an massive increase in safety such as multiple marshals watching races, smaller race sizes, and a challenging, yet not complex modified Indy oval track.

Adult Waiver

Driver MUST be 18 years of age or older and have valid government id to prove this (passport, driver’s license, state id card, etc). Work ID’s, club membership cards, and any other id’s issued by other businesses are NOT valid. Be prepared to show id when you sign up in the facility. Also, the driver must meet all the requirements listed in the waiver. The waiver is only good for one day unless you become a member. Minimum height for an adult is 62 inches tall (5ft 2″).

Youth Waiver

A youth is defined as someone who is under 18 years of age. While certain participants who are considered Youths may be allowed to operate the faster karts on the faster track, they still must fill out the Youth Waiver. Youth waiver can only be filled out by the following individuals:
Parents or another adult who has been given permission from minor’s parents to sign as the minor’s Responsible Party.