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Blastacars is the ultimate drift-karting experience and the perfect place for children to experience action-packed drift karting in a safe and controlled environment. Our exciting, 220 metre long track specialises in wide corners where overtaking is a breeze and drifting the entire track is an exciting challenge!

With birthday party rooms, BBQ and outdoor area plus large arcade room, we have something to keep the whole family entertained. Located in Auckland and Hamilton, minimum age 8 years and minimum height 1.2m.  Check our website for more on Blastacars for kids and our special, family-orientated karting sessions.

Children at Blastacars
Minimum age 8 years and minimum height 1.2m

To ensure all our customers are safe and having fun we endeavour to reduce the amount of children + adult race mixes whenever possible. 

~ family-orientated race sessions 10am-12pm on Sundays and 12pm-5pm on weekdays.
Bookings are essential.

~ children are not permitted to race on Saturdays.

~ children can race anytime with a booking of 10 or more drivers (can be a mix of adults and children). These groups must spend a minimum of $200 per race session (15 minutes) and must pay the difference if they arrive with fewer people than the agreed 10 drivers. The booking of 10 drivers must agree to race with the children in the safest possible manner.

~ if you bring your child to Blastacars and there are no bookings or other racers you are welcome to race. (Our quieter times are 12pm - 6pm weekdays)

Blastacars Birthday Parties

$30 per head.  30 minutes racing.  Minimum 8 racers.
Blastacars is the perfect place for birthday parties, and even better with this deal!
Valid for a minimum group of 8 (parents included).
Children racing need to be aged between 8 to 12 years (children must be at least 1.2 metres tall).

Participating adults wishing to join the racing pay a discounted rate of $50 for 30 minutes.

Included

  • Party room hire including BBQ use. (You provide your own food).
  • Race-themed décor.
  • Free ping pong and foosball.
  • Drift training and briefings from our friendly staff.
  • Winner's trophy or medal.
  • Up to 7hp karts depending on skill level.

Email auckland@blastacars.co.nz for more information.

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More at Blastacars
Come out to our West Auckland track and one of Auckland's most exciting and fun leisure activities!
As well as our 220m track we have plenty of parking, a large and sheltered outdoor area that's ideal for BBQs, we have arcade games, race simulators, free Foosball and more plus a private party room for your next function or kids' party!

Prices: from $20 for children and $35 for adults.  Each race session is 15 minutes and muliple sessions may be purchased. 
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