Following a period of closure due to the lockdown, TeamSport Indoor Karting, Dockland’s premier go-karting track, is set to reopen its doors on 4th July 2020, with thorough COVID-19 precautionary measures in place to continue to keep customers safe whilst they’re having fun.
Thanks to new state-of-the-art, Ozone sanitisation equipment, installed at every TeamSport track, all items of clothing that racers are required to wear, including helmets, race suits and gloves, will be sanitised before being issued to each customer. This in conjunction with increased additional race wear having been purchased means that customers will now have freshly sanitised kit for their exclusive use for the duration of their visit. Customers are also welcome to bring their own racewear and helmet as long as it complies to the required safety standard.
Once out on track, racers will continue to be able to enjoy the thrill of karting just as they would have before. Popular ‘Ultimate Race Experience’ sessions are a great opportunity to improve your driving skills and lower your lap time and for those who love an offer, ‘3-4-2’ sessions provide great value for those looking to get even more time on track. Some race events however, such as kids birthday party packages, will be unavailable initially, due to the current social distancing guidelines.
To keep racers refuelled drinks and snacks (excluding hot food) will be readily available and customers will be required to pay for items with a card as a cashless payment policy is now in place throughout TeamSport venues.
Dominic Gaynor, CEO of TeamSport Indoor Karting, said:
“The whole TeamSport team are delighted to be reopening and we’re looking forward to being able, to share the joy of go-karting again.”
“We understand that in the current climate people will be concerned about COVID-19, in regards to both their personal wellbeing and that of their family and friends, and would like to reassure customers that we have put in place a set of thorough precautionary measures to keep our customers and crew safe. Our karting experience out on track remains the same exciting experience; being in a kart, racing round corners and having a great time is what karting is all about, and we hope people will come with family and friends to experience the fun.”