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Funniest Toronto Go Karts Puns, Quotes & Jokes

Here, we bring you some of the funniest Toronto go karts puns, quotes, and jokes from across the globe. Which one is your favorite?
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Had enough of reading funny go-kart jokes?

Come on down to Grand Prix Kartways Toronto, and experience the fun, laughter, and magic for yourself. Go-karting is one of the most action-packed family friendly days out, so come down and indulge in some go-kart therapy!

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Rain does not bother us with Go Karting in Toronto!

It’s April. What are you going to do on a rainy day? There’s a great alternative to the kids zoning out in front of the television. And an great way to end the whining “There’s nothing to do…” Indoor go karting in Toronto style is the best way to spend a rainy day. And the best place for indoor go karting in Toronto?  GP Kartways!

The GP Kartways indoor go karting track is protected from the weather so you can race anytime. It also uses all-electric go karts so it is safe and environmentally friendly. No fumes, less noise, More fun!

GP Kartways 47,000 square foot facility includes the highest rated track in the area a 600-foot straightaway – the longest in indoor go karting Toronto. It includes hairpin turns, chicanes, short, medium, and long turns so your kids will feel like they are at a real race. It even has an authentic atmosphere. GP Kartways built its raceway to look like a real city track, lined with panoramic views, grass infields, lamp posts, fountains and street signs. There is even a realistic looking grandstand mural with thousands of cheering fans.

There is something for everyone at GPK. Children 10-years old and 48” (122 cm) tall can participate in the indoor go karting in GP Kartways junior karts. For adult karts you must be 52″ (132 cm) tall and 16 years of age. But – if you have little ones who are not yet ready for indoor go karting, there are lots of other things for them to do.

A six-lane slot car track lets you have race fun without getting behind the wheel. And in GP Kartways new Kinected Interactive Centre, anyone can get take to the track in a race simulators. There are also billiard tables, foozeball, air hockey, bubble hockey, and Xbox 360 console stations with all the latest games.

All that fun is sure to work up an appetite. But you won’t have to go out in the rain to feed the crew – GPK’s Trackside Café has fast food, snacks and beverages the whole family will enjoy.

You can also do a little shopping at GPK – we offer a full line of merchandise including racing caps, shirts, jackets, and custom helmets, along with rare model cars.

Is the weather forecast calling for rain? Don’t worry – spend your day at GP Kartways! Come out and see for yourself today.

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What to Expect From Your First Toronto Go Kart Experience

If you’ve never driven a Toronto go kart, you may not know what to expect. At GPK, you will find that your experience is very close to a real race environment.

When you walk through the doors of Grand Prix Kartways in Toronto, you will feel like you’re about to enter a real race. Your first step is to register at one of the computerized kiosks to get a Toronto go kart driver’s VIP pass, or a spectator ticket. Then you will either go to the spectator gallery, or you will “suit up” to drive your Toronto go kart. This includes a racing balaclava – a hood that fits over your head and neck for hygienic purposes. Then you pick out your helmet. You can also buy or rent an authentic racing uniform, gloves and other accessories from the pro shop.

Then it’s on to the track. You can choose one of our state-of-the-art electric Toronto go-karts. These Italian made Go-Karts are replicas of actual Formula One cars and are the best available in the industry in terms of performance and safety. Our karts are electric – keeping GPK clean and safe. Unlike gas-powered karts, there are no fumes and very little noise. And they include remote control shut-off, capable of stopping all karts at once for on-track protection from pile-ups. Because the GPK track is indoors, you can race no matter what the weather is doing outside.

You will really get into the racing spirit when you see Grand Prix Kartway’s Formula One style indoor road course. Part of a 47,000 square foot indoor facility, the track was designed to be fun and challenging. It includes hairpin turns, chicanes, short, medium, and long turns. And it includes the longest indoor high-speed Toronto go kart straightaway at 600 feet. To give it an even more authentic feel, the raceway is lined with panoramic views, grass infields, lamp posts, fountains, street signs, and more to make you feel like you are in a real race. There is even a realistic looking grandstand with thousands of cheering fans.

Your friends can cheer you on from the open-air track-side Pit Zone Café that offers a variety of food and beverages along with wide screen televisions.

After you cross the finish line in your Toronto go kart, you will be presented with a comprehensive diagnostic printout of the race results. And you can earn bragging rights when you get home and look up your times on our daily and weekly race results website.

If you want to test your racing skills and feel the thrill of a real Formula One race in a Toronto go kart, race on over to GPK today!

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Team Building in a Toronto Go Kart

Team building is a great way to reduce stress, say thank you to customers, introduce new ideas to your company, or motivate your sales force. Team building works on the basic premise of bringing people together to work on a project or activity outside of the workplace to help them connect in new ways. It allows people to bridge communication gaps that might be present in the workplace, and gives them opportunities to support each other in a group activity.

One of the most exciting and enjoyable team building activities is Toronto go karting. It has all the elements for a successful team building event – fun, competition, challenge and creativity. An indoor track, like the one at GPK, is an ideal location too – your event can be held no matter what the weather brings, and our safe and environmentally friendly electric Toronto go karts make everyone feel comfortable. Racing is a great way to introduce friendly competition. Employees can form groups to work as teams, make decisions about team colors and racing strategies. They can cheer each other on as they race toward the finish line.

The best thing about a Toronto go kart team-building event at GPK is the atmosphere. The 47,000 square foot facility includes a go kart track that is designed to feel just like a real race. It includes hairpin turns, chicanes, two straighaways, and shot-blasted concrete that gives excellent grip, cornering and maximum performance. The Toronto go karts at GPK are Italian built to look just like Formula One racing machines. Before the race, team members will suit up in authentic race gear and get a lesson in track rules. To make it authentic and exciting, your Toronto go kart race will include professional announcements as racers take their starting positions, and commentary during the race, grid starts, post-race victory laps. A podium celebration and trophies round out your group’s race experience.

After you’re done racing, your group can enjoy food and beverages in our Trackside café with sports events shown on wide-screen televisions. You can also use our private catering and meeting room services for groups from 10 to 200 guests. And to add even more fun to your Toronto go kart event is our arcade with a slot car track and video games.

You can choose from a hourly, half- or full-day Toronto go kart event with pre-reserved race times or private race sessions.

Call GPK today to plan the best team building event you can imagine. See you at the track!

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GPK Supports Green Fun with Toronto Go Karts


You could say that all the Toronto go karts at GPK are green. Environmentally green that is. GPK believes in environmentally responsible fun. That why it features only electric go karts.

Gas go karts in Toronto not only emit emissions and pollution into the environment, they put drivers at risk as well. Because the kart is open, riders are exposed to the toxic exhaust. And gas go karts that are raced indoors are even more dangerous since gasses can’t escape easily and stay in the building’s air and ventilation system. Because they don’t run on gasoline, GPK’s Toronto go karts have no emissions to hurt the atmosphere, and no fumes to hurt your lungs like gasoline-powered go karts in Toronto. There is no threat of gasoline fumes or fire hazards. They run on car batteries that are plugged into chargers. Electric karts reduce noise pollution too – they are much quieter then gas-powered karts, so they are easier on your ears.

GPK also likes electric karts because they require less maintenance than gas-powered karts, and can easily be kept in tip-top shape. They can be fine-tuned, allowing all the GPK Toronto go karts to run at peak performance. And they will run within tenths of a second of each other. And, because they are inside, you can race no matter the weather.

But don’t think the Toronto go karts at GPK are slower than gas-powered karts. Just the opposite is true – electric karts are faster and reach top speed quicker than their gas counterparts. Electric go karts produce the equivalent of 18 hp compared to 6.5 of a gas-powered kart. Electric motors create more torque and accelerate quicker. Safety is also an advantage of GPK’s electric Toronto go karts. All karts are fitted with electronic controls including remote speed limiters. The track attendant can remotely slow or stop all vehicles on the track via radio control. This remote speed control can also be used to limit young riders to a slower operating speed, while a race consisting only of adults is permitted a higher speed.

Get behind the wheel of a Toronto go kart at GPK and you’ll feel like you’re at a real racetrack. Everything from the Formula One style karts to the landscaped track simulate a real race experience. Race announcers, and print-outs of your race results add to the atmosphere and the fun.

If you’re looking for a fun, safe and environmentally friendly activity for your church group, office or organization, come check out the electric go karts at GPK today.

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Women Take the Lead in Toronto Go Karts

Top Row: Danica Patrick, Sarah Marie Fisher, Alison McCleod. Bottom Row: Ashley Taws, MaryEve DuFault.

We’ve talked about how many professional race car drivers got their start racing Toronto go karts. Many of those driver are female. More girls are seen on Toronto go kart tracks every day, beginning their race careers at a very young age.

Danica Patrick, the most successful woman in the history racing and the only woman to win in the IndyCar Series, started her career in go karts when she was 10 years old. She wemt on to win several World Karting Association track championships.

Another go-karter, Sarah Marie Fisher is the youngest and only IndyCar Series team owner. While growing up, she raced quarter midgets and karts to win the World Karting Association Grand National Championship in 1991, 93 and 94.

Two famous female Canadian racers also started their careers in Toronto go karts. The driver with the most wins in USAC history, Canadian Alison McCleod developed a passion the Toronto go kart track when she raced her first go kart at age 7 in Mississauga, Ontario. NASCAR driver and fashion model MaryEve DuFault grew up in a racing family in Canada and caught racing fever at the young age of 4. She moved up to open-wheel racing and eventually the ARCA circuit. She often talks about how physically demanding racing is – even in go karting.

Toronto go karter and professional driver Ashley Taws was first also began racing at the age of nine, when her father brought home a go kart for her brother. Ashley and Doug Taws shared the kart alternating weekends, racing at the Toronto Kart Club. In her first year, Ashley placed seventh. The next year, she placed second at the end of the season. At age 12, she was named Toronto go kart Rookie of the year. She finished that season with a Canadian Grand National Championship. She broke into professional racing in 1998 and is best known for her hot pink car she drove in the Formula 1200 competition in 2001 racing on the “Be Anything With Barbie” team.

Grand Prix Kartways is doing its part to promote women in Toronto go karting. It partners with Sweetie Girl Racing to present SGR’s Ladies Driving Clinic Series each year. This great program for age 10 and older gets girls on the track and teaches them all the basics of karting, whether or not they have driven a Toronto go kart before. Clinics are held on Saturdays and Sundays from held from September to May.

Toronto Go karting at GPK is a great way for girls to break into the race world. Come take a ride around the track today. And who knows, maybe you will be crossing the finish line at Indy one day.

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How about a Toronto Go Kart Party!

Are you running out of ideas for your child’s next birthday party? With the popularity of racing, and especially indoor go karts in Toronto, a Toronto go kart party is perfect for all ages. GPK has the ideal facility to your hold birthday party. Here are some great ideas from invitations to party favors that will make your Toronto go kart birthday party fun and memorable.

Invitations with a racing theme can be found at any party store, or you can make your own. A cute idea is to send homemade Pit Passes. You can individualize these with each child’s name and possibly their photo.  You could also make Toronto go kart driver’s licenses the same way. Invitations can be made with checkered flag paper – just cut a square and write or print the invitation info on the back. You can also make a card in the shape of a steering wheel, writing the details on the hub or around the wheel. If you’re really creative, cut a card in the shape of a Toronto go kart racing helmet. Fold it over so there is a visor to lift up with the party details underneath. You can do the same thing with a car and a paper door that open to reveal the party info.  Here is some wording…

Start your engines…
Get into gear and race over to (NAME’S)
Toronto Go Kart Birthday Party
Pit Stop: Address
Race Time: 2-5pm
Register with the Race Marshall contact: Tel xxxxxx

GPK has the best go karts in Toronto a variety of options for Toronto go kart birthday parties including pizza, burgers, hotdogs and other kid-friendly food. You may bring your own cake for your party.

You can make this race-themed cake from an easy kit, or think of your own. Cupcake decorated with race flags are an easy and fun idea as well.

Décor and Prizes
GPK will provide table décor in a go kart in Toronto raceday theme. You can provide race inspired favors or prizes. How about serving beverages in personalized water bottles the guests can take home? Trophies, NASCAR Pez dispensers, Hot Wheels cars, stickers or temporary tattoos with race motifs, keychains and trading cards with famous drivers make great prizes and favors. GPK’s go kart in Toronto merchandise store has racing caps, shirts, jackets, and other items as well. You can use GPK’s Toronto Go Kart winner’s podium to take pictures of each child to send with thank you notes after the party.

Other activities
Along with racing on the GPK track, there are a lot of other activities for party guests and parents. The track-side Café and VIP Lounge shows live racing and other sporting events on big screen TVs. The arcade zone features billiard tables, foozball, air hockey, video games, and an 8-lane slot car track. Because GPK is an indoor Toronto Go Kart track, your party will be a hit no matter what the weather brings.


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