We are ecstatic to announce that selected events will start to resume from the 4th of July!
Some extra measures are in place to help with the current Covid-19 situation. PLEASE READ BELOW:
If you are currently experiencing any of the Covid-19 symptoms as stated by the Government (High Temperature, a New Continuous Cough this means you’ve started coughing repeatedly) please DO NOT visit Qleisure. If you have been in close contact with someone with these symptoms or if anyone in your household is showing these symptoms, please DO NOT visit Qleisure.
Spectators will NOT BE ALLOWED under any circumstances. For minors we will allow 1 adult per child. It is important to keep the overall numbers down on site wherever possible, this will lower the risk of cross contamination.
Please remember that we are an outdoor activity venue with plenty of space therefore we will be asking everyone where possible to please keep at least 2 meters between each other.
PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS and as per official advice make sure you wash for at least 20 seconds. Our facilities will be regularly cleaned and sanitised but please do your part and WASH YOUR HANDS.
Our Bar and Restaurant will be ***CLOSED*** until further notice
Cash WILL NOT be accepted until further notice. This is a precaution to protect our Staff and Customers. Our vending machine still accepts coins.
A new customer ‘one-way’ flow has been added to our site from arrival in our car park all the way through to your exit. We have split each section into Zones, please follow in order and help us to help you keeping everything moving smoothly. A full description can be read below.
Please avoid any social contact such as hand shakes, high fives, hugging and kissing.
Helmets are sanitized after each use, overalls, gloves and balaclavas are washed after each use and we will wipe down all surfaces and computers between customers.
We will be sure to keep our ‘ears and eyes’ open and monitor the situation as close as possible. We will listen to all advice and act in an appropriate manner.
Arrivals and on site one way system. Please help us to help you and ‘go with the flow’.
Zone 1 – Car Park / Arrivals
There is plenty of space in the car park so please park in a space away from other cars if possible. We ask you to please stay in your car if you arrive early and only proceed to zone 2 at your allocated time. Please note that at this stage we cannot offer lockers. Spectators are not allowed unless you are accompanying an under 18yr.
Zone 2 – Entrance
Our entrance is located at the back of the car park through the large wooden gate. You will be asked to wait here until one of our staff members meets and greets you with a thermometer then please follow the queuing system to Zone 3. Please stand on the designated marks on the floor. Please note that we will not allow entry to our site if your body temperature is above 37.5 degrees.
Zone 3 – Driver/Activity Registration
Each driver will need to sign in on our computer kiosks. Due to social distancing we will only allow 4 people at one time to do this. Please keep your distance by following the arrows and only proceed forward when there is space to do so.
Zone 4 – Racing Equipment
After registration, proceed to collect your racing equipment. You will be given Race Overalls, Gloves and Balaclava. All equipment will have been washed at the recommended temperature, clean and sprayed with a sanitizer spray. Rest assured that we will be washing all equipment after each single use.
We ask you to know your sizes beforehand to stop any unnecessary contact with equipment. We recommend to then go outside and put on your race equipment in the fresh air with plenty of space, if this is not possible due to weather then we will use the driver briefing room to get changed.
Zone 5 – Driver Safety Briefing and Helmet
Once you are wearing your race overalls, gloves and balaclava we will allow you to sit in the Driver briefing room. Please do not move the chairs as these are positioned at a safe distance, we will allow a maximum of 15 drivers and 1 staff member. Do not remove your balaclava, please keep this covering your mouth and nose.
Once the briefing has finished a staff member will ask you to leave 2 drivers at a time so we can keep a safe distance between each person. Collect a crash helmet then follow the arrows to the pit stop and only move forward when there is space to do so.
Our helmets are disinfected with 70% alcohol based anti-bacterial spray after each use and then sprayed with a sanitizer spray for extra comfort.
Zone 6 – The Kart Track
All Karts will be sprayed with disinfectant so you will be entering a clean machine. You will be greeted by a staff member who will make sure your helmet is securely fastened. They will confirm your name and tell you which Kart number is yours. At this stage it is important to keep the flow moving so please jump into your Kart and await further instructions. Once all drivers are seated a marshal will check that you are comfortable and do a safety brake test.
Zone 7 – De Brief / Dress Down
Once your Karting session has finished we will ask you to remain in the Karts, once all Karts have come to a controlled stop we will turn off the engines. A track marshal will ask you to exit the Karts and then please follow the marshal to our dress down area. It is important to keep all race equipment on until instructed to take it off including your crash helmet. Once you are in the correct area you will be asked to remove all racing equipment and place it into the correct bins.
Zone 8 – Exit
The exit back to the car park is located at the large black steel gates. Please drive home safely and come back soon!