Go karting in Teesside
Welcome to the world's longest kart circuit, managed by the current owners since 1998. Previously called Langburgh Circuit, it has since become the home of the British 24-hour kart race and has been developed into a multipurpose venue for karts, bikes and cars. Our karts are hand-built racing karts, built to give you the full experience of speed, reaching up to 60mph hour on the long straights of the Teesside Circuit. As the home of the Pro-Kart and the 24-hour race, we are uniquely placed to give you the thrill of karting at the highest level.
Open from Wednesdays to Sundays
Teesside Autodrome operates seven days a week with karting ruling the roost from Wednesdays to Sundays. On a typical weekend we will run an average of 15 Iron Man races with between 15-35 drivers from all over the country. That’s a staggering 1,200 individual drivers racing every month, and the numbers keep adding up. Over 2,400 minutes of endurance racing takes place over a busy month, 60 sets of trophies are given out, and 200 early-bird breakfasts are served. Needless to say, all this experience leads to an enviable safety record and happy customers.