Go Karting Thailand. Need for Speed

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Go Karting Thailand

Go Karting Thailand. Kart racing is an adrenaline team building event and has been accepted as the most economic form of motor sport available on four wheels.

As a team building activity, it can be performed by almost anybody and is a great opportunity to be used as a low-cost and relatively safe way to introduce participants to motor racing.

Our available go karting packages provide exciting team building activities offering you the best of speed and thrills. The sprint format is a series of short-duration races, normally for a small number of laps. This qualifies for a final, with a variety of point scoring calculations to determine the event’s overall winner.

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Typical duration does not normally exceed 15 minutes. With this kind of event speed and successful passing is of the most importance. The format is usually three qualifying heats, and a final race for the trophy positions.

Go Karting Thailand Endurance Racing

Endurance Racing: Endurance races last for an extended period, for one or more drivers. In general, consistency, reliability, and pit strategy is of greater importance than all out speed. Quite simply, the team with the most laps completed are the winners.

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Trophies are awarded to first, second and third place; not forgetting the champagne for the champion team!

If you are looking for fun Go Karting Thailand event, why not contact us today for a quotation. We are able to deliver our team building events from as little as 6 pax to large groups.

Take a look at our other team building Bangkok, Thailand event testimonials to to see feedback from our valued clients. To be one of the most influential and respected team building Bangkok, Thailand organisations requires the highest level of passion, performance and professionalism.

At relatively short notice, Excel Solutions Asia were able to create an afternoon of teamwork activities that blended challenge and fun with a chance to discover Bangkok along the way and ultimately build team unity. A great job, well done… Kevin McQuillan, British Airways, Regional General Manager, East Asia