Young racers (11yrs – 17yrs old, min. 4’9″ in height) are able to secure their LMK Annual Racing License by taking our Junior Driver’s Program. No prior racing experience required. Training begins with a safety briefing going over all the basic rules and race flags they will see during a live race. Once the safety briefing is complete, they will be introduced to their driving instructor(s) who teach the the proper racing line, braking, turn-in and track out/acceleration points. Practical racing fundamentals are then reinforced with a series of on-track exercises and lead-follow sessions. This allows the Juniors to better understand the safety and technical elements of racing before entering a real 10-minute wheel-to-wheel race finale.
As a side benefit, this program provides your teen an opportunity to develop the proper car control skills needed to safely drive on public streets, and will do so in a safe and controlled environment. In addition, they will have a fun and exciting time racing their peers.
Anyone under 18 years old must have a parent or legal guardian sign for their waiver at the track. If the primary guardian will not be with the minor during the day of the class, they can print out a Minor Release Form
Please bring in this form filled out and signed when you come to race.
Required to wear: Closed-toed shoes & Masks (if unvaccinated)
- Classroom Session
- Track meeting w/ Instructors
- Two (2) On-Track Sessions w/ Driving Objectives
- Real 10-minute race
What do I get?
Schedule ( 1h 30m )
30 Minutes prior to class
Safety Instructions + Gear Up!
Slow Lead Follow
Learn the lines of the track
Fast Lead Follow
Pick up the pace around the track while maintaining all the fundamentals learned so far
Race with other Jr drivers while being evaluated by your instructors
Why LeMans Karting Greenville - Spartanburg?
- Adult & Junior Karts
- 3 Tracks Including MegaTrack
- All Required Safety Equipment Included
- 4 Meeting/Party Rooms with A/V
- 10,000 SF Lobby with Games & Seating
- Impact-Absorbing Track Barriers