PowerPlay’s second two-level indoor karting entertainment complex opens in Bibra Lake on 22 November 2022.
The first PowerPlay opened in Joondalup two years ago with state-of-the-art super-fast electric karts and it proved to be an instant hit with young and old with over 150,000 racers clocking up over 1.5 million laps.
Now speed-demons and thrill seekers can get their fix in the southern suburbs with the Bibra Lake track open seven days per week from 10am to 9pm.
CEO Glenn Macneall, a three-time Asia Pacific Rally Champion, said that PowerPlay’s model of competitive fun and pure entertainment takes the thrill of racing and makes it accessible to everyone.
“All you need are closed shoes, a $4 balaclava that you buy and keep, and a healthy dose of competition.
“There’s no fumes, no dust, no fighting the weather or the elements – PowerPlay is completely indoors, air-conditioned, clean, quiet and a whole lot of fun,” said Macneall.
“PowerPlay has been popular for work functions, birthday celebrations, and groups of friends – it’s for anyone who likes an adrenalin rush.
“We knew PowerPlay would be a hit in Perth – there’s nothing like it anywhere else in Australia, and we are beyond excited to open our second centre in Bibra Lake.”
PowerPlay karts are instantly responsive with six kilowatts of power capable of a maximum speed of 70 kilometres per hour – there’s no lag and no fumes.
The Bibra Lake two-level track is a little wider than the one in Joondalup, great for fast cornering and ‘power slides’ and has a similar layout featuring hairpin bends, sweeping corners, a bridge and a tunnel. It also has a larger arcade games area.
Events that spur on healthy competition are planned for Bibra Lake including the popular “Lights Out”, after dark racing just using track lights and the kart’s headlights, and with the music up loud, it adds another dimension to racing the clock.
PowerPlay electric Sodi karts are imported from France, the track is imported from Italy, the Electronic Safety System is imported from The Netherlands and the electric timing system instantly displays who’s fastest on the big screen.
“The world-class safety system at PowerPlay can slow karts, set maximum speeds, which is great for young racers, and we can instantly shut off one or all karts at once, if required.”
PowerPlay karts have adjustable seats and pedals, F1-styled steering wheel, working headlights for the tunnel, brake lights, a roll bar and four-point safety harness.
The PowerPlay track design and cutting-edge electric kart technology create a powerful, reliable, ergonomic and fun electric karting experience.
Race the clock and earn bragging rights at PowerPlay to see who’s fastest. Races for children aged 10 to 16 years have a slower maximum speed.
As well as being open to the general public, PowerPlay is available for private functions, corporate bookings, team building days, parties and events and has a capacity of up to 100 people with catering available.
Open seven days per week 10am to 9pm, PowerPlay is located at 7 Sobek Pass, Bibra Lake, off North Lake Road.
PowerPlay Joondalup is just 20 minutes from the CBD and two minutes off the freeway at 136 Winton Road, Joondalup.
Book now at powerplayperth.com.au