Formula 11 Karting is all set to open its doors for motorsports enthusiasts from 1st December 2022 in Noida.
Noida has become home to one of India's largest go-karting facilities – Formula 11 Karting, by Snow World Entertainment. Spread across 4.5 acres of land, the track is 700 metres long and 8 metres wide, with 11 sharp twists between each lap's halfway point. An international consultant who has worked on six Formula 1 racetracks has helped design the track.
The partnership between Formula 11 Karting and SODI World Series (SWS) has resulted in the availability of state-of-the-art SODI RT10 and SODI RT8 karts equipped with 270cc Honda engines, which ensure speeds ranging from 40 to 100km/h. Automatic transponders for connected kart engagement, real-time racing data through steering wheel display, and auto speed governors are some of the kart features on offer.
Starting 1st December, the Formula 11 Karting facility located at Worlds of Wonder, next to The Great India Place Mall, Sector 38, Noida, will be open to the public. The facility will remain open seven days a week, from 11 AM to 1 AM. There are further plans for a national expansion, which include the opening of three additional experiential facilities in Pune, Mumbai, and Bangalore between April and June 2023.
On the launch of Formula 11 Karting, Prasuk Jain, Managing Director of Snow World Entertainment, stated, 'We are very excited to introduce Formula 11 Karting, a brand-new karting entertainment venue that everyone can enjoy. Formula 11 Karting is a dream project with an experience to remember where you will feel the rush in your head, anxiousness to explore the thrills of an unexplored journey and get high-quality hospitality services. Motorsports fans and non-fans won’t want to miss it. Designed to capture the heart and soul of go-karting, the next step for the brand is the Formula 11 World Karting Championship – which will put India on the global map of go-karting, plus give access to the fundamental level of experience needed to nurture young talent with professionals for better opportunities, greater diversity, and routes into the sport'.