RPM Raceway on Thursday announced it will unveil state-of-the-art multilevel karting tracks at its Jersey City location on Jan. 24.
Known as “America’s ultimate all-electric indoor go-kart and entertainment destination,” RPM said it knows racing better than anyone in the region.
The upgrades to the Jersey City location are part of a six-month, multimillion-dollar renovation, resulting in three newly designed unbeatable tracks.
Combined, the new tracks create RPM MEGA-TRACK — the world’s longest at over 2,200 feet with a 72-second lap time.
RPM Raceway said to celebrate the newly renovated tracks, new and returning guests are being offered 50% off all entertainment and food from noon to 10 p.m. Jan. 24-26.
RPM Raceway’s drivers will conquer a newly designed, unbeatable track consisting of three levels of vertical elevation, lightning-fast straightaways, 90-degree hairpin turns and spiraling ramps racing enthusiasts and thrill seekers will love.
Its two new tracks can accommodate up to 16 adult racers and 12 juniors, doubling its capacity while significantly reducing wait times. Additionally, guests will put the pedal to the metal in an all-new fleet of OTL Italian electric adult and junior karts with digital dashboards, paddle shifters and speed boost capabilities — the latest technologies in electric kart racing.
“We are excited to officially unveil the future of indoor electric go-kart racing at our Jersey City location,” Eyal Farage, co-owner and CEO of RPM Raceway, said. “Twelve years ago, our family introduced the greater New York area to kart racing as a form of experiential entertainment. This next-generation, multilevel racing concept is not only incredible, it demonstrates our passion and commitment to improving the overall entertainment and hospitality experience of our guests. It’s fast, it’s fun and we are confident our guests will love it. We look forward to providing the longest and best kart racing experience in the world.”