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401 Mini-Indy Go-Karts

37 Stoffel Dr, Etobicoke, ON
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401 Mini-Indy Go-Karts, Etobicoke Reviews (2)

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By gokartcritic on Mar 24, 2010
401 Mini Indy Go Karts DO NOT abide by their own zero tolerance for bumping and t-boning
I wanted to inform all future potential customers of the policies that are posted at the 401 Mini Indy Go Kart located at 34 Stoffel Drive, and the fact that they are NOT enforced - this is with respect to the zero tolerance for bumping policy. I signed up to participate in a 20 lap race in the new faster go karts. There were others on the track who I did not know, and was bumped at extremely high speeds not only from behind, but also from the side (t-boned). I was cut off at a high speed, at which point the go kart swerved sideways, and I was t-boned twice. I received a huge bruise on my side, and neck pain. My brain also felt like it received a good jostling. The track staff did nothing to stop the drivers who t-boned me, and were also not willing to compensate me (e.g provide a refund). Just warning folks out there to be careful.
Comment by JerryGertsma on Sep 28, 2010
I wanted to inform you that you are a BIG baby. you are RACING a vehicle around a track. how dare you demand a refund.

learn to enjoy yourself and take some responsibility. if it was too difficult for you then GET OFF THE CART.

people like you annoy me.
By Sinbad on Jul 30, 2009
Decent Fun
Went to 401 Indy for my soon-to-be brother-in-laws bachelor party.

It wasn't much of a bachelor party - LOL, but it was still fun to hang out with the boys and see who rules the track.

This isn't your average go kart track. These little babies can fly. The track isn't a simple oval either. It's got a lot of twists and turns and a couple of decent straightaways.

I think they put some kind of sticky syrup on the track to aid in traction. A lot of us were pushing these little race karts, but no one ever lost control.

I like the fact that at the end of the races, you get a printout with all the requisite details.

It's not something I would do every week - or every month. But, I can see myself going there a couple of times a year.

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