Go-Karting For Executives

TREND High-performance karts are replacing golf on corporate outings

HOW IT STARTED Popular in Europe, they were brought to the U.S. by Swedish driver Stefan Johansson, who opened a track in Indianapolis

JUDGMENT CALL In the age of NASCAR, it should have a decent ride

Tires squeal. Engines rev. No, it's not NASCAR or Indy. It's the sound of a new generation of high-performance go-karts, which are gaining popularity as an alternative to golf and tennis at those spirit-building corporate outings. At F1 Boston, one of the nation's classiest tracks, companies are shelling out an average of $15,000 to $20,000 to...

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