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Track Days

Does your child want to be the next Lewis Hamilton, Sebastien Vettel or Danica Patrick? Maybe they’re wanting to follow a career as a motorsport engineer or technician?

Whatever their future ambitions may be, at Midland Karting we are working on nurturing the next generation of motorsport enthusiasts, fans and experts.

Our Track Day events build on our years of experience in delivering tuition sessions to children aged 8-16 years of age.

We don’t just give them a helmet and a ‘racing line’ to follow. Our sessions provide expert guidance on important aspects such as good ‘race craft’ and the theory of motor racing.

After a period of classroom-based learning, drivers will head out onto the circuit to put it all into practice under the watchful eye of our tutors. Drivers will be given one-to-one trackside guidance and feedback throughout, before heading out onto the circuit for one final time – a race against their fellow students, to see who’s learnt the most and who’s the quickest.

The typical itinerary for the morning is as follows:

09:15 – Arrival

Drivers arrive with parents/guardians. Outstanding balances are paid, disclaimer forms are completed and signed by parents/guardians.


Drivers are escorted to briefing room where Instructors will be introduced. During this time, each driver will watch our Health and Safety briefing video and kitted out with appropriate racewear for the day.

10:00 – RACE CRAFT

Learn the fundamentals of motorsport – including vehicle control, flags and signals, braking, accelerating, cornering and – most importantly, for some – overtaking.


Skills learnt in the classroom are brought out onto the circuit for the first time. Individual feedback from the instructors will be provided to each driver to ensure maximum knowledge is obtained

11:30 – RACE

The theory and lessons learnt in practice are brought into a fun-but-competitive race, with post-race podium celebration.

12:15 – LUNCH

Enjoy a hot lunch with refreshing drink to quench the thirst of an action-packed morning.


Parents/Guardians return to collect the drivers


As an additional reward, all participants in our Track Days benefit from an annual Membership, providing them with 10% off future bookings.

Important information

All drivers must have a completed driver waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian to participate in the Track Day. Drivers must ensure they arrive in good time as the Track Day will begin on time without exception. Spaces are restricted for safety and quality purposes. Circuit membership valid for the remainder of that calendar year and may be withdrawn at any time. Please speak to a member of the circuit sales team for additional information.

Event Information

  • £40 per driver*
  • Min. Age: 8 years
  • Group size: 1+
  • Circuit: Family
  • Karts: BIZ Karts

*Price does not include the cost of a balaclava, which can be purchased on the day or in advance.

^The minimum height is a guideline. In the interest of safety, the race manager will make the final decision on which karts can be used for your event based on driver heights.

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What does this event include?

  • Full safety briefing
  • Kart familiarisation
  • Race suit, gloves and helmet
  • Wet-weather suit (if required/appropriate)
  • Catering*
  • Group/Session photography*

* Must be booked in advance. An additional charge may be applicable.

Frequently asked questions

We request all events are booked at least 24-hours in advance. We do not typically offer “arrive-and-drive” sessions, so please contact the circuit by telephone if you wish to visit today.

Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee circuit availability without a booking.

You can check circuit availability at any time by visiting our online booking portal, available and up-to-date 24-hours a day.

Karting is an all-weather sport and we rarely face conditions requiring us to cancel events. We will always keep our social media channels updated in times of poor weather. Please contact us if you are concerned.

All safety equipment is provided free of charge – this includes race suit, helmet and gloves. A small fee is required for paper balaclavas, or a reusable option can be purchased.

You are advised to wear clothing appropriate to the weather conditions, along with sturdy closed-toe footwear. We do not permit high-heels or sandals/flip flops.