Indoor go-karting circuit

The largest indoor track and most powerful go-karts in Switzerland.

Conveniently located along the main road between Lausanne and Bern, the Payerne go-karting centre offers a wide range of packages to suit all tastes and budgets. You can also head to LauraPark, the indoor amusement park, play a round of mini-golf, take a spin on a mini-motorbike or quad bike and much, much more besides. A thrilling day out with family, friends or work colleagues guaranteed!

Choice of 2 circuits

At the Payerne go-karting centre, racing aficionados can satisfy their need for speed with an adrenalin-fuelled sprint round one of two circuits (one indoor, one outdoor). Drivers must be 8 years or over and at least 1.3 metres tall.

With a completely covered 900m track spread over an area of 8,000m2, the Payerne indoor go-karting circuit is the largest in Europe, with go-karts able to reach maximum speeds of 70 km/h. It is also the only track of its kind with a banked corner.

In May 2013, the centre opened its outdoor “Grand Prix” circuit. This 7-metre-long and 920-metre-wide stretch of asphalt snakes through the surrounding parkland, allowing drivers to reach a maximum speed of 80km/h. A must for anyone who likes living in the fast lane!




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