Lights out, and away we go! You do not need a billionaire dad like Formula One drivers Nicholas Latifi, Nikita Mazepin or Lance Stroll to get a seat in a Daniel Ricciardo-designed kart at Optus Stadium’s new pop-up attraction.
As little as $60 will buy you the opportunity to race at up to 60 kilometres per hour around the Stadium Park Karts circuit, which is 730 metres in length and takes you through the Stadium Station corrals, under both railway platforms, and through the Victoria Park Drive underpass, offering incredible views of Optus Stadium and Matagarup Bridge.
Anyone over 140 centimetres in height can take a Ricciardo Kart for a spin, and the Stadium Park Karts administration tent has a McLaren Senna GTR on display. Only 75 McLaren Senna GTRs will be built, and unfortunately, they cost considerably more than $60 to put on the road.
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