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Go-cart in Evje

Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer Read more: Gokartbanen bespisning
Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
Go-cart in Evje Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
Read more: Gokartbanen bespisning

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"Motor land" for the whole family with a large racetrack of 1050 metres. Age limit is 15 years. There is also a children's racetrack of 210 metres, double go-carts for handicapped and electic cars for the youngest.

There is a cafeteria and possibilities of barbecue.

The racetrack opens when the snow disappears in April and closes when it gets cold in October.
You vill find us by the roas ( RV 9) 55 km north of Kristiansand and just before Evje.

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Go-cart in Evje

"Motor land" for the whole family with a large racetrack of 1050 metres. Age limit is 15 years. There is also a children's racetrack of 210 metres, dou...

Go-cart in Evje

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