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K1 Speed is a chain of indoor kart racing tracks nationwide across the United States. K1 Speed also markets its own line of automotive and karting race gear called K1 Race Gear. K1 Speed was co-founded in 2003 by race car driver Boris Said. K1 Speed features European-built electric go karts capable of 40 mph, asphalt tracks, and computerized scoring. Ranging from 70,000 to 100,000 sq ft in size, K1 Speed's facilities are the largest indoor tracks on the West Coast. The chain operates tracks in Carlsbad, Irvine, Anaheim, Ontario, Torrance, Santa Clara, San Francisco, and Sacramento, California, one track in the Seattle, Washington, area, one in Phoenix, Arizona, two in Houston and Austin, Texas, one in Fort Lauderdale Florida, and two brand new tracks in the Chicago Illinois area. Two more tracks are set to debut in San Antonio and Dallas, Texas, in the Summer 2013. Future tracks will be opening in Miami, Florida; Indianapolis, Indiana; Atlanta, Georgia; and San Diego, California.
K1 Speed, Inc., a Irvine, California-based large operator of indoor go-kart racing tracks. Founded in 2003 and led by CEO David Danglard, the company already operates kart racing centers in San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Seattle, the Inland Empire, Fort Lauderdale and Phoenix.
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