At over 10,1000m2, Berlin's biggest go-karting track is in Neukölln. The legend of the man who'd go on to be a record-breaking Formula One world champion, Michael Schumacher, is almost folklore here. The speedster from Kerpen picked up his skills in a go-kart. Go-karting still enjoys uninterrupted popularity among parents and children today.
Between 4.5 and 6.5 HP
After an introduction to the vehicle and the rules, everyone can start together in Neukölln. Children must be at least 10 years old and 1.40m tall. Only the carts are different: junior Schumachers have to make do with 4.5HP (these machines can still reach 60 km/h though), while adults are allowed to handle 6.5HP. Everyone pays at least €11, but there are group tickets available from €25.