EDISON, N.J. (1010 WINS) — The world’s largest indoor go-kart racing course has been built in New Jersey.
Supercharged Entertainment, a recreation company that owns a go-kart track in Wrentham Massachusetts, plans to open its second location in Edison on Dec. 16.
The 131,000-square-foot go-karting facility will be part of a 16-acre entertainment complex.
The complex will feature a two-story arcade, a restaurant, two bars, virtual reality, bumper cars and an axe throwing station, according to the company's website.
“We’re beyond thrilled to show all of New Jersey, and New York and Pennsylvania too, all the exhilarating and insane fun our Edison venue has to offer,” Supercharged Entertainment President Stephen Sangermano told NJ.com.
Races will cost $29 per person or $125 for five.