Bosses at a Clydebank go-karting track say they can't wait for locals to experience their new-look facility after a £250,000 revamp.

The former ScotKart site - which has been rebranded to Teamsport Clydebank -reopened last weekend after closing for a few weeks to allow the improvement work to take place.

Now the John Knox street site has new go-karts, a fresh laser combat site, and an updated bar with a new food menu.

The old petrol go-karts have also been replaced with electric racers that can reach speeds of 40mph.

Akhil Vyas, of Teamsport, the company that operates the Clydebank track, told the Post: "The big difference is petrol to electric, which of course is great for the environment and trying to reach net zero.

"But it's also so you don't come out smelling of petrol."

Mr Vyas added the laser tag area had been vastly improved due to the investment they have put into it.

"And then the third improvement is the bar and seating area is a lot better," he added.

"It was a little bit dark and dingy before, but now we want it to be a place where people can come, chill, have a drink after they race.

"We've got a brand new menu as well so our food offering has really improved as well."

Teamsport took over the Clydebank track in 2018 and immediately committed to investing in the much-loved local attraction.