Just make sure you check your helmet. My 15yr old son went over there with some friends a couple of weeks ago. One of his friends crashed into the barriers and his helmet flew off and made a mess of his face. The visor sliced through his eyelid, and he ended up with 30+ stitches in his face and a very black eye. From what my son said none of the staff checked whether they were wearing harnesses or whether their helmets were secured, before they started the race. Both his parents are lawyers
After learning of the above accident my 11 yr old son told me that during his birthday party at MB2 in December, he forgot to strap himself in and none of the staff picked up on it. Fortunately he had the sense to stop after 1 lap and strap himself in.
If they don't improve their safety checks, they won't be in business much longer.