We have been anxiously anticipating this opening for some time and now we have finally got all of the details and the prices are surprisingly reasonable!

In August of last year we told you about how a new 'Mario Kart' inspired go kart track was being built at Clifton Hill, an entertainment strip on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Since then much progress has been made on the video game inspired track known as Niagara Speedway.

Construction is pretty much complete and back in April Clifton Hill announced and opening of June 1st. As of right now it's looking like the new attraction is set to open on time and now we know what kind of cash you should be expecting to shell out should you want go for a a spin on the 'Mario Kart' inspired track that is a multi-level, 40-foot spiral track and will be the largest elevated go-cart track in North America and the first of its kind in Canada.

Prices to take a spin around the track were announced on Friday and they are surprisingly reasonable for all the hype on this one. According to NYup it will cost $12 per driver (per 5-minute race) and $4 per passenger and drivers must be between 58 inches and 78 inches tall. Passengers must be between 40 inches and 60 inches tall; to carry a passenger, drivers must be at least 18 years old or the parent or legal guardian of the passenger.

If you a ready to take trip to Niagara Speedway this summer you can get all the specifics on the new track by clicking here.