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Octane Raceway celebrates 19th anniversary with $19 specials

Posted 9/26/22

Arizona’s indoor-outdoor, high-speed kart racing track and entertainment venue, Octane Raceway, will celebrate its 19th anniversary Oct. 3–6 with big deals and discounts on racing, axe …

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Octane Raceway celebrates 19th anniversary with $19 specials

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Arizona’s indoor-outdoor, high-speed kart racing track and entertainment venue, Octane Raceway, will celebrate its 19th anniversary Oct. 3–6 with big deals and discounts on racing, axe throwing and virtual reality.

Octane will celebrate the occasion with “19” as the magic number:

  • Two high-speed kart races for $19 (Normally $42)
  • VR games for $19 per session (Normally $45)
  • One hour of axe throwing for $19 (Normally $25)

New to Octane in 2022 are the state-of-the-art axe throwing lanes. Not the typical spray-painted cork board experience, guests can choose from digitally projected images of zombie heads, tic-tac-toe, Connect Four or a moving bullseye to unleash their inner lumberjack.

Online reservations are encouraged up to 48 hours in advance and can be made online at www.octaneraceway.com.

Octane Raceway first opened in October 2003, spearheaded by CEO Scott Sanders, a Valley local and avid racing fan who was introduced to indoor go-karting in his many years of corporate business travel. His vision in 2003 was to build an entertainment venue with corporate meeting spaces and additional entertainment to appeal to multiple demographics.

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