The unique layout of Sutton's twists and turns underwent several evolutions during the planning stage. Using influences such as the never ending curve at junction 2 of the M69, the track evolved into a form that would make the most use of the small land space it had to operate within. What emerged was a challenging, technical circuit which would put experienced drivers to the test and still provide thrills for the unacquainted. With the intimidating turn one requiring a bold approach and the final corner demanding you hang on to your kart, Sutton has built quite a fan base with a reputation of a small track that feels way bigger than it actually is.
A race track is only as good as the machinery in which you drive it with. We also understand how important it is to you that every driver gets an equal kart. Nobody wants to show up for a great battle with your friends only to get stuck with the runt of the litter. That's why at Sutton we pride ourselves on only using the most up to date equipment. Unlike other centres which continue to run with the same old weathered machinery, Sutton has gone through three brand new fleets in the last 6 years.
Our current karts came fresh off the wagon in early May 2016 and are the latest iteration of Sodi's GT4-R race kart. On a track that demands handling finesse, twin engines would have been overkill and the solid Honda 260CC strapped to the back allows the driver total control. Along with diligent maintenance from our expert mechanics, it's no wonder why Sutton's karts have gained a reputation for being one of the most equal fleets in the country.