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karts line up on the grid for gird night at k1 speed

Grid Night

2024 Schedule


Monday, February 26th. 5pm to closing*

Monday, May 20th. 5pm to closing*

Monday, July 29th. 5pm to closing*

Monday, September 23rd. 5pm to closing*

Monday, December 16th. 5pm to closing*

Bring your friends and see who can finish first during Grid Night at K1 Speed!

What is Grid Night at K1 Speed?

Grid Night places an importance on racecraft rather than outright speed. You may be able to put together a hot lap out of the 12 laps you get, but are you consistent enough to pull away from your competition? Can you handle the pressure of somebody racing right behind you, lap after lap? Can you study your opponent for their slow spots and set up an overtaking move without bumping? This is what Grid Night’s going to expose from our racers.

The Grid Night Format

When you start your race, we’ll roll everyone out to the starting grid of the track.


Then, it’s time to RACE. When the green flag drops, you’re going to want to pass anyone that’s in front of you. If you are in the racer in front, you’re going to want to keep everyone behind you. The entire 12-lap race is for position, so passing will be important right from the start.

Want More?

If you come out for Grid Night and are hungry for more races of its kind, then start racing in our Challenge GP league series. We have three different classes of Challenge GP leagues: Adult, Teen, and Junior.


These championship races are held once a month and gives you qualifying laps and race laps for position. Points are tallied up as the season progresses, and our top three winners receive some great prizes, including a chance at competing in our World Championship! Plus, it’s a great chance for you to meet other dedicated and passionate K1 Speed racers – like yourself!


For more information, click one of the buttons below!

Racing Tips to Get the Most from Grid Night

  • During the race, remember you’re going for position – not lap times. If need be, take a racing line that’s more defensive than fast and make sure you keep that racer behind you.


  • If you can’t get around a driver because they keep protecting the inside line, try to find a way around the outside. Or try to fake a dummy to the outside and see if they move to block. If they do, then steal the inside line from them and make the pass.


  • If you’ve got two turns that switch from left/right or right/left then get on the outside of your opponent for the first turn, so that you’re lined up perfectly in the inside for the second turn and make that pass.


  • Can’t find a way around a driver? Don’t get frustrated and start bumping them, or even worse, dive-bomb into a gap that’s rapidly closing. That’s sloppy and lacks skill. Play the smart game instead and make them nervous. Fill their peripheral vision by moving to the left and right behind them. This kind of pressure can force a mistake and allow an opportunity for you to pass cleanly.