Ryde-based Wight Karting has used the lockdown closure to their advantage, bringing a whole host of performance and design upgrades to their karts ahead of the attractions re-opening on Monday (12th April).
With COVID-19 restrictions forcing the business to close its doors to visitors in December, the team at Westridge have worked tirelessly to fit new engines, gearboxes and a complete overhaul of the bodywork of 25 Sodi RT8 Karts for the upcoming season.
To ensure a safe reopening, protocols will be in place with temperature testing of both staff and visitors, germicidal irradiation of suits and helmets as well as the standard social distancing measures adhering to Government guidelines.
All bookings will now include complimentary branded balaclava and gloves, giving extra peace of mind of protection and a great keepsake after your visit.
To give peace of mind when booking, Wight Karting are also offering a COVID secure guarantee for refund or deferment on all website bookings, should Government guidelines change unexpectedly.
Cathy Foulkes, owner of Wight Karting, says:
“We are just itching to get back open and welcoming visitors once again and our whole team has been working around the clock to ensure we can optimise the experience of our guests for the 2021 season.
“The safety of both our team and our visitors is paramount. With talks of a 2021 staycation summer, we have already had large amounts of interest for our reopening and we just cannot wait to get back to some form of normality”.