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Andretti Indoor Karting – tickets, prices, races, what to wear

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At Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, visitors can experience the adrenaline rush of racing electric go-kart races around hairpin turns, up and down elevation changes, and long straightaways.

Most visitors reach the 150,000 sq ft entertainment destination in Orlando for go-karting, but Andretti also offers 20+ arcade games, a ropes course, VR racing simulators, a two-level laser tag arena, and twelve bowling lanes.

Andretti Indoor Karting has three unique racing tracks and four races suitable for visitors of different age groups.

This article shares everything you must know before booking your racing tickets at Andretti Orlando.

What to expect at Andretti Karting in Orlando

The junior karts at Andretti Orlando go up to 15 mph (24 kph), and the Adult karts go up to 35 mph (56 kph).


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Racing tracks at Andretti

Orlando’s most famous indoor go-karting destination has three tracks that offer different challenges. 

Depending on their age and height, visitors qualify for racing on the tracks. 

Track 1 is a road-course-style single-level track for Junior drivers.

Track 2 is a multi-level track with 25 feet of elevation changes and a scenic ‘bumped-out’ turn with a view of Universal Blvd.

Track 3 is a fast road course style track with elevation changes, six banked turns, and long straightaways.

Races at Andretti Karting Orlando

Andretti Go-Karting offers four kinds of races to its visitors.

Adult Race

The Adult Race is a seven-minute heat on Track 2 or Track 3. 

Adult Races are for drivers at least 54” (137 cms) tall and either 18+ yrs old or 15+ yrs old with State-Issued Driver’s License or Permit. 

The racers must not exceed the weight restriction of 300 lbs (136 kg).

Intermediate Race

Andretti’s Intermediate Race is a seven-minute heat that primarily takes place on Track 3. 

Intermediate races are for drivers at least 54” (137 cms) tall and at least 12 years old. 

The racers must not exceed the weight restriction of 300 lbs (136 kg).

Junior Race

The junior race is a six-minute heat that takes place on Track One. 

Junior races are for drivers at least 48” (121 cms) tall and at least seven years old. 

Mini Mario Race

Mini Mario Race is a 5-minute heat that takes place on Track One. 

Mini Mario Races are for drivers aged between four and six years and those who are at least 36″ (91 cms) tall.

The racers must not exceed 90 lbs (41 kg) weight restriction.

Meaning of flags at Andretti

Color of FlagMeaning
Green FlagGo!
Yellow FlagCaution, Slow Down
Red FlagSTOP! There could be an accident on the track
Blue Flag w/orange stripeMove over & let faster drivers pass
Checkered FlagLast Lap, slow down and proceed to Pit Lane

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Timings at Andretti Orlando 

On weekdays Andretti Indoor Karting opens at 11 am, and on weekends at 10 am.

From Monday to Thursday, it closes at 11 pm. 

On Friday and Saturday, the go-karting destination closes at 1 am, while it closes by midnight on Sundays. 

How to reach Andretti Racing

Andretti Indoor Karting and Games is at 9299 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32819. Get Directions


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Andretti Indoor Karting tickets

Friends race at Andretti Indoor Karting
Image: Andrettikarting.com

At Andretti go-karting, racing is Arrive and Drive, which means guests are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. 

That’s why booking your tickets for go-karting races at Andretti Orlando much in advance makes sense.

On the ticket booking page, you can opt for only the go-kart races or club it with other activities such as Arcade Games, Laser Tag, etc. 

As soon as you book this ticket, a voucher gets emailed to you. 

On the day of your visit, you can skip the lines at the ticket counter and exchange your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the starting line.

Once you reach the track, the driver gets a 5-minute video detailing the proper use of the equipment, kart operation, and the essential rules and procedures.

And you are ready to race!

Important: Adult tickets are valid for guests 18+ or 15-17 with a state-issued driver’s license/permit.

Cost of package 1
(go-karting only)

Adult ticket: $26.5
Child ticket: $16

Cost of package 2
(karting + arcade time)

Adult ticket: $37
Child ticket: $26

Cost of package 3
(karting + arcade time + 2 more experiences)

Adult ticket: $64.5
Child ticket: $54


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What to wear for Andretti Orlando

If you are visiting the racing tracks of Andretti in Orlando, it makes sense to dress up appropriately because certain restrictions apply to ensure the safety of the racers. 

Flip-flops and sandals are not allowed on the tracks, and all drivers must wear flat, closed-toe shoes.

Skirts are not recommended, and guests must wear shorts or pants.

Long hair should be pulled back into a ponytail and tucked into your shirt. 

Racers with loose or flowing clothing or scarves are not allowed on the tracks.

Personal helmets must be Department of Transportation (DOT) approved with a full face cover and visor.

Go Karts at Andretti Racing

At Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, racers get Biz Kart Ecovolt GP, the best model of electric karts available.

These karts are powerful, ergonomic, safe, and environmentally friendly.

They pack enough torque to offer an unprecedented adrenalin rush during your race.

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