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Dirt-y new indoor kart track opens in Boise

A new indoor kart racing business opened up in Boise. And… it’s a little dirty.

DirtKart Boise opened up in a warehouse space off Cole Rd. in S. Boise earlier this month. The business features an indoor go-kart track lined with dirt in a 12,000 square foot space in a warehouse building.

DirtKart, which started in Spokane, uses Sodi RT8 European racing karts. The karts have a functional top speed of 50 MPH, but DirtKart doesn’t specify how fast its karts go, other than to note “they have 13hp engines. They are fast.”

Customers can pay $20 for 25 laps on the indoor dirt oval track. Other pricing plans include a $89 unlimited day pass. Folks must purchase a $5 “full head sock,” but helmets are included.

They also offer a snack stand with pizza and soft drinks, as well as party packages.

Dirt Kart is open each day from 10am to 10pm at 2929 S. Cole Rd., suite 130.

DirtKart competes with the larger – but dirt-free – FastLane, as well as an outdoor kart track at Wahooz in Meridian.

Don Day - BoiseDev editor
Don is the founder and publisher of BoiseDev. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow. Contact him at [email protected].

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