Careful on the turns: go-karting on the ice appeared in London

Karting is one of the types of active and extreme recreation. There are enough places in London where you can drive on high-speed cars with friends or family. But the entertainment center QUEENS Skate Dine and Bowl decided to abandon the traditional karting and offered its own version of the popular sport. The main difference is in the ice race track. Thanks to it, fast driving on a sports car turns into a high-speed, and sharp turns become even more tortuous.

Every Sunday and Tuesday QUEENS invites all London daredevils to the ice rink. In one race, from six to eight people can participate. And spectators and fans can watch for free for what is happening and support the participants. The winner of the competition is a racer, who for 20 minutes has drived more laps than others.

If you decide to participate in races, be prepared for intense competition. Sitting behind the wheel, you immediately feel a rush of adrenaline. Do not hesitate to put your foot down, because only in this way you can leave your competitors behind. And for a moral mood you can watch one of the parts of "The Fast and the Furious", because the heat on the ice rink is not inferior to the type shown in movie.

After the race, you can play bowling or billiards and remember the youth near the old slot machines with arcade games. And if you have appetite, check out cafe MeatLiquor, which is located on the territory of the entertainment center. The menu offers a large selection of hamburgers, steaks and salads, as well as dishes for children.

Address: 17 Queensway, Bayswater, London W2 4QP. The nearest metro station is Bayswater and Queensway.

The working time of karting on the ice: the race is held in the evenings on Tuesday and Sunday. You can book a ticket online.

Price: A 40-minute session, including 20 minutes of ice race, costs £35.

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