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By Rob Harmon

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Photos by Valerie Grant

Not exactly living life in the fast lane these days? Jason Wright — owner of Xtreme Racing and Entertainment in Broken Arrow — has just the antidote. For heart-pounding fun and excitement, take a spin on one of the largest indoor asphalt tracks in the country, in one of Xtreme’s first-class, state-of-the-art electric race-karts. Up to 50 mph of pure adrenaline rushing through your veins as you speed around the track will make you look at life a little differently.

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“People love the thrill of driving these racekarts,” Wright says. “The electric aspect of them gives you instant torque, so when you step on it, you’ve got full power. It is nothing like anything that’s ever been in Tulsa. They’re not gas powered, so there are no fumes. With the Formula One style track, you get g-force and driving experiences that have never been around here before.” In spite of the rush you can get from the experience, they still keep it safe.

A knowledgeable staff always provides safety instructions before you get in the kart. If they notice anyone is being reckless, they can remotely slow the driver down. Otherwise, with the proper nylon mask and required safety helmet, if you follow all the safety precautions and stay in control, you can get up to 50 mph. With a pricing change, fulfilling your need for speed on a regular basis is more affordable than ever. Platinum

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