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Sandown Park: Variety of Challenging Corners

May 13, 2010 by  
Filed under Karting Tracks

Sandown Park is a Nice track to drive with a good variety of challenging corners. The setting is very picturesque too as it is tucked right in the middle of Sandown Park Racecourse, so as a result the track is sometimes closed to let the horses have their go! A wide range of race formats to suit all tastes.

Price guide (per person unless stated otherwise)
Arrive-and-drive
30-minutes £42.00
60-minutes £65.00

Exclusive events
Daytona Triple (1 driver/kart)
5-minutes practice plus 3 x 10-minute races
GP Circuit £52.50, 15 – 30 drivers

D-Cup (1 driver/kart)
5-minutes practice plus a 25-minute race
£57.50, 15 – 30 drivers

Daytona 40 (1 driver/kart)
10-minutes practice plus a 40-minute race
Indy Circuit £70.00, 10 – 14 drivers
GP Circuit £70.00, 15 – 30 drivers

Min Prix (1 driver/kart)
5-minutes practice, 3 x 8-minute heats and a 10-minute final
Indy Circuit £75.00, 10 – 14 drivers
GP Circuit £75.00, 15 – 30 drivers

Daytona 60 (1 driver/kart)
10-minutes practice plus a 60-minute race
Indy Circuit £85.00, 10 – 14 drivers
GP Circuit £85.00, 15 – 30 drivers

Grand Prix
5-laps Practice, 3 x 5-lap heats, 8-lap semi-finals, 10-lap final for top 10 drivers
Indy Circuit £70.00, 20 – 60 drivers
GP Circuit £70.00, 25 – 60 drivers

Daytona 60 Teams (2 drivers/kart)
10-minutes practice plus a 60-minute race
GP Circuit £130.00, 15 – 30 teams

Daytona 90 (2 – 3 drivers/kart)
15-minutes practice plus a 90-minute race
GP Circuit £185.00/team, 15 – 30 teams

Daytona 2hr (2 – 4 drivers/kart)
20-minutes practice plus a 120-minute race
GP Circuit £225.00/team, 15 – 30 teams

Daytona 2.5hr (3 – 5 drivers/kart)
15-minutes practice plus a 150-minute race
GP Circuit £255.00/team, 15 – 30 teams

Daytona 3hr (3 – 7 drivers/kart)
30-minutes practice plus a 180-minute race
GP Circuit £285.00/team, 15 – 30 teams

Daytona 6hr (4 – 10 drivers/kart)
35-minutes practice plus a 360-minute race
GP Circuit £405.00/team, 15 – 30 teams

Open events
DCup (1 driver/kart)
5-minutes practice plus a 25-minute race
GP Circuit £42.00

Grand Prix
5-laps Practice, 4 x 5-lap heats, 8-lap semi-finals, 10-lap final for top 10 drivers
GP circuit £50.00

Daytona 40 (1 driver/kart)
10-minutes practice plus a 40-minute race
GP Circuit £57.00

Daytona 60 (1 driver/kart)
10-minutes practice plus a 60-minute race
GP Circuit £62.00

Junior events
Junior 30, for 6 drivers £305.00
Junior 60, for 12 drivers £550.00
Arrive-and-drive £32.00

Please note: UK Go Karting Ltd. reserves the right to vary any price at any time to take account of:
a. Any alterations in the specifications upon which the reservation is based.
b. Any variation in the original reservation made at the request of UK Go Karting Ltd.
c. Any extra cost borne by UK Go Karting Ltd as a result of any government legislation or EEC regulation.

How to find the Circuit:
From London
Travelling from London, take the A3 towards Guildford/Portsmouth and then take the A309 Kingston Bypass
to Esher. You will travel across one roundabout and one set of traffic lights. When you reach the Scilly
Isles roundabout, bear left onto the Portsmouth Road.
At the next set of traffic lights turn right into Station Road- (Café Rouge is on the corner). You will find Esher
train station on the right-hand side. Travel under the railway bridge and then take the first left into Lower
Green Road. You will come to another railway bridge. Travel under it and simply follow the race-course
fence on the left-hand side of the road to the top of the hill. Our entrance is on the left hand side. You will
see signs for the Golf Club, Skiing and Karting. The Karting track is next to the Golf Course

From the South
Take the M25 to junction 10 for the A3 towards London. The Esher turn off the A244 is two exits after J10
from the M25. Turn left on to Copsem Lane which will then turn into Claremont Lane, You will come to the a
set of traffic lights travel across these and the second set. Stay in the middle lane and go straight across.
The road then splits into three. You need to stay in the middle still and go through Esher Green, you will find
the Wheatsheaf pub on the right hand-side. Our entrance is the next right. You will see a sign for the Golf,
Skiing and Karting the kart track is next to the Golf Course

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