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Wanna race? NEED 2 SPEED is Reno's premier karting destination. Our climate-controlled facility features high performance karts on a twisting road course. We use environmentally-friendly electric karts which are available in both adult and youth...more
I took my daughter here because she was here a few weeks before our trip with her mother. She said it was fun and wanted to race again. The cars go pretty fast and they have a nice facility and track. She got to race...More
Our family went for my grandson’s 8th birthday and we all couldn’t help laughing and smiling as we raced around the track, trying to pass each other. My grandson was so excited that he had lapped me twice! It was such a fun activity for...More
Our 10 year old daughter had a terrible experience. Despite the sign NO BUMPING, some of the kids riding did not comply with the rule and staff seemed not to care. My daughter got bump twice by the same teenager, and the second time she...More
Thank Dina L
Chris U, Manager at Need 2 Speed, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2018
Dina – Thank you for sharing your experience at Need 2 Speed. Safety is our top priority, so I was concerned to read about your daughter’s experience. We do have a strict no bumping policy and reserve the right to remove drivers who do not...More
My son and I were in Reno for a conference and decided to try out the track since we had some extra time one afternoon. We race a lot at K1 (another electric kart track) and we found the staff, track, and karts all excellent....More
I stopped by on Saturday morning to check out the facility. It looked great, so I signed up. The karts are new and quick, and the staff are fantastic (very attentive).
Much Better than the K1 faclities I have visited.
The “Finger Roller Coaster” was FANTASTIC! You “scribble” a coaster ride with your finger as wild as you can, then the computer turns it into a virtual track. Then using an Oculus 3-D Virtual Reality headset, you ride your coaster. The seat platform rocks with...More