The E-85 go karts that round the track at LeMans Karting aren't your average kiddy vehicles. They top out at speeds of 42 miles per hour. The striking speed is largely thanks to the fact that LeMans go karts aren't powered by electricity, but rather a blend of ethanol and gasoline that's made almost entirely from corn. This eco-friendly alternative to standard gasoline actually makes less of an impact on the environment than recharging an electric go kart every day—and fuels heart-pumping races at LeMans Karting.
The go kart track in Fremont invites drivers to zoom around its curves as quickly as possible during the Time Attack race. Face off against up to 12 other go karters as you zip around the track for 15 to 20 laps, attempting achieve a faster time with every round. You can also get the blood flowing with a Sprint Race, which actually pits you against other drivers, not yourself. At the end of the 15-minute race, the first kart across the finish line is crowned the winner.