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Karting centres in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford
Karting, at any level, is challenging, exhilarating fun. At Kiltorcan Raceway Karting Circuit, they ensure that it is also extremely safe. Probably the safest in Ireland. Kiltorcan is a 1000m all weather floodlit circuit. This smooth track can be tackled by all ages on their gap powered karts or hand controls karts. It’s great fun for friends or family. It is open Wednesday-Sunday throughout the year.
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Europe's largest Karting Centre. At Pallas Karting you can experience the thrill of real motor racing first hand at our new kart circuit. Whatever the weather, Pallas Karting has the green light for an action packed non-stop race programme for everyone. Located 1 hr from Galway, Athlone, Thurles, 1hr 15min from Limerick, Portlaoise, 2 hrs from Dublin.
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Interested in a fun day out, corporate event days, developing your rallying skills or are you wishing to have the ultimate off road experience? The track consists of 840 metres of gravel roads which will test your driving ability to the full and your endurance to the extreme. Laps are timed and if you can beat the lap record you get a passenger spin in a rally car on the rally stages. RallyConnection also run a Rally School at the same base. Karts are fitted with a safety roll-cage and have adjustable seats with a rally type harness which ensures that the driver is strapped in securely. Helmets are supplied and must be worn at all times.
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