Got a need for speed? These go-kart tracks in and around Toronto are the fast-paced thrill you’ve been seeking. Whether you want to challenge your friends, pretend like you’re Lewis Hamilton in the Grand Prix, or just want to hit the pedal to the metal and fly, these epic tracks are calling your name.

Here are 5 of the best go-karting tracks to check out around Toronto. Start your engines and make the best racer win!

K1 Speed Toronto

 

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You’ll find this epic track in North York. The go-karts at this spot are fully electric, which allows you to cruise with maximum torque available at all speeds. These “karts accelerate out of corners like a rocket,” according to the description.

“Not only is this thrilling, but our karts more easily accommodate racers of all shapes and sizes, with little to no drop in performance.” You’ll get to zip around at up to 45 km/hour in these bad boys!

Where: 75 Carl Hall Rd, Unit 9

Goodwood Kartways

 

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This track is a bit of a drive, but it’s easily among the best places to race in the province. “Built on over 20 acres of rolling hills, Goodwood Kartways features one of the most prestigious track layouts in Ontario,” says the website.

“With multiple configurations, and over one kilometre of paved racing surface, the ten turn course is Ontario’s premiere one-stop karting center.”

From beginners to expert racers preparing for the big leagues, this is the place to be for a good time and some friendly competition.

Where: 5200 2nd Concession, Stouffville

Centennial Park Mini Indy

 

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This track boasts the longest ride in Ontario at 3 minutes per lap. The outdoor track features banked turns, two long straight aways for maximum acceleration, and a Rainbow Bridge.

The new double-rider karts require a G license to get behind the wheel, but the adult and junior karts do not. whatever your skill and comfort level, you’re sure to have a good day at the races here.

Where: 575 Centennial Park Blvd

Speed City Raceway at Canada’s Wonderland

A trip to Canada’s Wonderland isn’t complete without a race around the track. Speed City Raceway is a thrilling outdoor go-kart track where you can compete with friends at top speeds.

The track takes you around tight corners and over (and under) a bridge, with the Leviathan rollercoaster towering above you as you race. Access to Speed City Raceway isn’t included with your Wonderland pass, but trust us when we say it’s worth it!

Where: Canada’s Wonderland

Niagara Speedway

 

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It’s tall, it’s fast, and it’s open! North America’s largest elevated go-kart racecourse, the Niagara Speedway, is a must for the bucket list. Towering over forty-two feet high, the Niagara Speedway is a world-class attraction that combines the adrenaline-inducing thrill of kart racing with the remarkable experience of a roller coaster ride. See you on the speedway!

Where: 4960 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls