Karting is the safest, cheapest and, arguably, the best avenue into motorsports for those with the desire to compete, yet lacking the financial means to get into a top-tier series. Sadly, it’s also a dizzying sea of classes, chassis, engines, tyres, tracks, rules, and affiliations, some of which are tightly controlled by global organizing bodies. So finding the right guidance in and getting the most for your money can be tough. That’s where Whistling Morans comes in.
Whistling Morans is taking karting to a new level in Kenya, We shall tell you where to start, how much you shall need to budget for, where you can save some money, and where you should take a deep breath and hand over that credit card.
All services that shall be provided
Well equipped pit bays to all racers with power outlets for charging batteries, computers, phones, and other necessary equipment.
A typical use 100L compressor, which will have outlets to all the pit bays.
Individual storage compartments/containers, which will be hired out at a charge should you wish to store your equipment at the track for easy access during working hours.
A shop for kart gear, spares, and souvenirs at the track. New and Used Professional Karts will also be available for sale/hire at the kart shop. A washing bay for karts will also be accessible by all karters who wish to clean up their karts after testing/racing before storage.
Specification: Go Karting at Whistling Morans
10 Minutes, 15 mins, 20 mins, 30 Mins
Cadet (6-11 yrs), Commercial, Proffessional
Racing kart, safety gear, equipment, tools and fuel
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KSh 1,500 – KSh 4,000