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Here's What The New 3-Level 'Mario Kart' Track Outside Montreal Looks Like (PHOTOS)

It's a karting track for adults!
Senior Editor

Start your engines! Race driver Alex Tagliani has posted new progress shots of the enormous go-kart structure coming to Sainte-Thérèse on the North Shore.

The TAG E-karting & Amusement Centre will feature a three-level, indoor course that Tagliani says will be the first of its kind in Canada, and it looks like something straight out of Mario Kart.

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The course is built to accommodate children and adults with separate tracks, plus an additional option to combine them to form a "super track" of .5 kilometres, according to a November news release.  

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In total, there will be "six course choices, each of which can be completed clockwise or counterclockwise."

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Tagliani says the centre is for "thrill seekers who want to let off steam and get their adrenaline flowing."

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"The TAG E-karting & Amusement Centre will be the new generation recreational centre of choice, an exhilarating place for an outing with friends, colleagues, or family."

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The 65,000 square-foot centre will also include "a laser tag game arena, six axe-throwing lanes, six bowling lanes, a Triotech 7D interactive cinema, interactive trampolines, a multi-sensory virtual reality experience, numerous state-of-the-art arcades, and an interactive children’s wall."

It's set to open in spring 2021.

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