The Canadian side of Niagara Falls is now home to the biggest multi-level go-kart track in all of North America, and it looks amazing.

The Niagara Speedway is a 5-story track that is like something out of a video game and is slated to open to the public on June 1.

The track's highlight is a 5-story, 40-foot high spiral track and coaster-style elevated sections of track.

The attraction is inspired by the Mario Kart video game, except you won't find any banana peels, turtle shells or King Koopa on the track.

Prices were just announced to be $12 for a 5-minute ride, and $4 per passenger(you must be at least 18 years old to have a passenger).

All drivers have to be at least 58 inches tall and shorter than 78 inches.

Take a first-person view of the Niagara Speedway:

Here's what the completed track should look like, this video is from a similar track in Branson, Missouri:

Learn more about the Niagara Speedway and Clifton Hill at CliftonHill.com.

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