Octane Raceway

Phone: (602) 302-7223
Address: 9119 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 (SHOW MAP)
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Octane Raceway opened in 2003, the first of its kind in Scottsdale AZ, and is privately owned and operated by its founder/President, Scott Sanders and a small local investment group.

Octane has a third mile track which winds inside and outside. It is the only full time indoor/outdoor track in the United States.

We are open for business 365 days a year for public and corporate events. Some of the organizations we have hosted include: GoDaddy, Insight, Southwest Airlines, Honeywell, Intel, Sprint and the Phoenix Suns.

Our European electric race karts go up to 45MPH, and offer a truly exhilarating experience with zero emissions.

A sophisticated, world-class karting facility, Octane has become a Scottsdale entertainment staple – a definite “must do” when visiting the Valley. We frequently welcome celebrity and professional racing guests. Stop by on the right night, maybe you’ll bump into someone famous!

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Our celebrity visitors include……
Nascar racers Rusty, Mike and Kenny Wallace, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Clint Boyer, Casey Mears and Bobby Labonte; Indy 500 racers Arie Luyendyk, Adrian Fernandez and Buddy Rice – who raced at Octane’s inaugural race.

Professional sports players include Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, Drew Bledsoe, Matt Hasselbeck and Robert Griffin III; Hall of Famers Warren Moon and Steve Young. UFC star Brock Lesner.

Musical guests include Puddle of Mudd, 3 Doors Down, Toby Keith, Five Finger Death Punch and 2009 American Idol Tour Members.

We have been voted “Best Of Phoenix” by the New Times in Entertainment and Karting/Racing four times, and have earned the distinction of “Best Family Amusement” by Ranking Arizona several times.

 

EXPLORE OCTANE

Looking for something fun to do in Scottsdale? Having the distinction of being the only indoor/outdoor kart racing venue in the U.S., we celebrate 12 years of great events and racing in 2015. We have something for almost everyone:

With so many entertainment options under one roof, it’s no surprise that Octane Raceway has been a favorite destination for years for celebrities, racing enthusiasts, and most notably, our adrenaline-packed corporate outings and team building events.

Octane Raceway is open for both group events and public racing daily, and is open 365 days a year. Public racers may arrive and drive, or call ahead for group reservations for parties of 10+ racers. Octane Raceway is available exclusively for group events before or after regular business hours, and is the perfect destination for company team building activities, and a variety of theme parties including Grad Night, bachelor/bachelorette, company holiday outings, and more!

Octane Raceway opened in 2003, the first of its kind in Scottsdale AZ, and is privately owned and operated by its founder/President, Scott Sanders and a small local investment group. Octane has a third mile track which winds inside and outside. It is the only full time indoor/outdoor track in…

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  • Payment Options: American Express, MasterCard, Visa
  • Working Hours:
    Monday: 11 AM to 10 PM
    Tuesday: 11 AM to 10 PM
    Wednesday: 11 AM to 10 PM
    Thursday: 11 AM to 10 PM
    Friday: 11 AM to Midnight
    Saturday: 10 AM to Midnight
    Sunday: 11 AM to 8 PM

About Todd

Todd Navin – Owner and Publisher of Navin Media Group. Mr. Navin has launched several successful websites in the Scottsdale area including OldTownScottsdale.com and UpTownScottsdale.com and the "NEW" addition to the family - Back Pocket Guide. The printed "Scottsdale Dining Edition" will be available for the Winter 2016.

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