While there are rules in place at the Niagara Speedway -- you won't total your friend's go-kart with a diabolically-placed banana -- you can still use your imagination. First-person video of the track (above), explains why fully-grown adults should jockey for elbow room on the course:
"The Niagara Speedway is a marriage of traditional go-karts with the added fun and excitement of an elevated coaster styled track," the video's description reads. "Drivers get to test their driving skills along the straightaway, negotiate the hair-pin turns, and climb the elevated ramp as they head for the checkered flag."
While there's no official Mario Kart or Nintendo branding associated with the yet to be opened track, you can head to Japan for this kitschy go-kart tour of Tokyo, where costumes are encouraged. The Niagara Speedway's opening date is still unconfirmed, but in the meantime you should probably brush up on your driving skills.