The Wallingford track, which was recently remodeled, is 63,000 square feet and there is competition at every turn. Christine Iwerks, from Meriden said, "you definitely have to use your abs and your hands and your arms and you know going around the corners and it was really fun, like nothing I've done before." "This is definitely different than the Berlin Turnpike type experience, you know they go 40 mph and it can be very competitive," added kart racing enthusiast Andre Normandin. And, at least while you're racing at On Track, they say it puts the brakes on the stresses outside, "you know you're all tense and you come here, you do a couple races, and you got a big smile on your face and you're happy after that -- it's a great experience," Tyrrel said.
The course is open every day to racers 8 and up. Kids under 18 need their parents to sign a waiver. For more information go to ontrackkarting.com