Fan Experience

F1 karting experience to open at Spurs stadium next month

A new Formula 1 karting experience will open to the public at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on February 6, with tickets going on sale later this week.

F1 Drive – London will be situated below the South Stand at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The experience is launching as part of a 15-year strategic partnership between Tottenham and F1.

It will be the world’s first in-stadium electric karting facility and will house London’s largest indoor track. Separate tracks will be made available for adults and juniors, with the facility having received accreditation from the National Karting Association.

Tickets will go on public sale at 10am on Thursday via, with an exclusive pre-sale for Tottenham season ticket holders, One Hotspur members, premium members, F1 Unlocked members and those that previously registered for early access opening on Wednesday.

F1 Drive – London will feature exclusive features such as DRS technology, engine sounds and an 18cm LED steering wheel display, with audio commentary from David Croft and Naomi Schiff. The facility will also include an F1 fan zone with VR5 full-movement racing simulators, an F1 show car, a pit-stop challenge, authentic racing memorabilia, a celebration podium and a DJ booth.

Fans can book a range of exclusive event experiences, including corporate packages, group bookings and tailored one-to-one coaching sessions.

The facility will include three different track layouts: Future Stars, Sprint Track, and Super Circuit. Future Stars is designed for younger drivers, Sprint Track is aimed at racers of all abilities, and Super Circuit is the most technical and longest of the three tracks and will feature practice and qualifying laps.

The wider partnership between Tottenham and F1 will aim to create apprenticeship and career opportunities for local young people and bring greater diversity to the motorsport industry. As part of this, the ‘Mechanics Box’ will allow local school students to take part in live technological demonstrations and STEM workshops.

The partnership further expands the offering at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which opened in 2019. While primarily serving as the home of Tottenham, the stadium also hosts regular NFL games and music concerts, and has previously staged boxing, rugby union and rugby league matches.