About Kart Sport Canterbury
Kartsport Canterbury provides the facilities for an exhilarating karting experience
for people of all ages and interest levels.
Whether you are 6 or 60 years old karting can be a sport the whole family can enjoy.
Wednesday – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Saturday – 09:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday – 09:00am to 5:00pm
Use of the track outside these times is forbidden. Track closed 25th April and 25th December.
- 23rd May 2021 – Memorial Club Day
- 20th June 2021 – Club Day
- 25th July 2021 – Club Day
- 22nd August 2021 – Club Day
- 25th/26th September 2021 – Garden Cities
- 31st October 2021 – Club Day
- 21st November 2021 – Enduro Club Day
- 12th December 2021 – Derby Day
Becoming a Kartsport Canterbury member and getting your Kartsport Licence grants you access
to our track and facilities on our listed practice days and the appropriate documents to enter our club
Once you begin improving, the opportunity to travel around the country to other Kartsport tracks arises.
Please message us via email if you have any inquiries or questions.
When Art Ingles built the first "go kart" in 1956 and roared around the car park of a supermarket next to
his speed shop in America,
little did he know that 40 years later if you had not raced karts the chances of getting into or being competitive
in any open wheel sport or even tin top racing were going to be pretty slim.