WATCH: Qatar Living goes karting at Losail Circuit Sports Club

WATCH: Qatar Living goes karting at Losail Circuit Sports Club

By QL Videos

Team Qatar Living ventured out to the Losail Circuit Sports Club (LCSC) to take on its newly-modified track, which presents some new challenges to adrenaline junkies.

The upgraded track has some exciting new twists and turns which are sure to leave karting enthusiasts with an unforgettable experience. 

Before you get in on the action, the LCSC staff will brief you on what to expect and offer some advice to help you make the most of your experience. 

Gather a bunch of friends or make it a family thing and head out to the circuit for a memorable experience. 

The LCSC track is open on Thursdays and Fridays from 5 to 10 pm.

The price for Adult Karting for a 15-minute session is QR 125, which includes a mask.

For a 5-minute karting session for kids, the charges are QR25 per child. 

There is a separate karting track for kids.

For the adults' karting, the minimum age is 15 years old and any participant under the age of 18 needs permission signed by a legal guardian for the karting activity.

To take part in the Karting it is compulsory to bring a helmet along for safety reasons, if not available, the circuit can provide you one.

Also, at the kids' karting track only participants from 8 to 14 years old are allowed.

It is compulsory that one of the parents of the kid or a legal guardian signs a permission before and bring the QID of the kid.

As for the dress code, wearing an abaya or thob and sandals or high heels or open shoes are not allowed.

To register for karting at LCSC, you will need to bring your Qatar ID or passport.

For more info, visit www.circuitlosail.com

or follow Losail Circuit Sports Club on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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