For serious adrenaline junkies of all ages, the fabulous Rye House circuit is built with a view to nurture both new talent and develop the more mature racing drivers of the future. Drivers and spectators alike can soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the newly refurbished reception and hospitality area that offers an indoor ultra-modern purpose-built environment, this exciting hub includes a comfortable seating and viewing area for spectators and a café and licenced bar in a hospitality zone for all visitors.Continue reading
Here are a few pointers on how you can get involved in competitive kart racing from 5 years old!Continue reading
Throughout 2017, Rye House have run a series of Development Sessions to enable junior racers, 8-15 years old, the opportunity to take the next step into the world of motor sport. Due to it’s success & high demand for more, we’re running one last session for 2017 on 29th December! Read on to see how this special event unfolds for just £39.99Continue reading
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How amazing is this!!!
Lewis Hamilton was being interviewed this weekend at the Monza GP about his fantastic qualifying lap (beating Nico by 0.5 secs!). Lewis puts most of it down to his dad’s teaching at Rye House. We’re humbled he can remember his roots even though he’s in the dizzy world of F1! Cheers Lewis… now go and bring that 4th World Championship back to blighty!!!
Don’t worry Lewis, the pond has gone now!!!Continue reading
All of us at Rye House Kart Raceway are really looking forward to hosting tomorrows “Fathers Day” event with our fiends at Teens Unite Fighting Cancer.Continue reading
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As you may have seen earlier this year Rye House Kart Raceway became a partner of UH Racing, the University of Hertfordshire’s Formula Student racing team, to support them as they developed their brand new car, UH19.Continue reading
So, Its the last week of October (2015) and Josh has been saving his pocket money as he want a go kart. This all started a few months ago when he came to me with (another!!!) Youtube video, this time of some stupidly expensive battery powered kart, yes it had a handbrake and was kind of cool, but it was £400. You read that right, FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS.Continue reading
Here are a few pointers on how you can get involved in competitive kart racing step by step starting out from the very first time you get in a kart all the way to owning your own and racing at national level.Continue reading