Aston Martin Driving Experience
Drive an Aston Martin Vantage in Las Vegas
Price for 1 participant
This Super Car Driving Experience is the Ultimate Aston Martin Driving adventure. During this two-hour, 5 Lap on-track racing experience, you will get behind the wheel and drive an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, one of the world's most elite supercars.
Your Aston Martin Racing Adventure starts at the track where you will receive an overview of the vehicle from your Instructors, instruction on how to drive a Vantage S at top speeds, safety information and a review of the track racing line. You will then discover the track as a passenger of our Porsche Cayenne for a Discovery Lap with on-board instruction. Once the full briefing is complete, it is time to get suited up, put the pedal to the metal and drive an Aston Martin Vantage for five action packed laps.
Discover for yourself what makes this vehicle so thrilling - a perfect gift for any auto aficionado or Supercar fan.
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Participants are required to sign a Liability Release Form.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1321-003
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
So, while I'd be driving an Aston Martin (my dream car, even if it's not my desired model), I was concerned that 7 laps wouldn't be enough (I purchased an additional two laps at the venue). However, I was wrong! It was awesome! The instructor did a very good job of getting me to drive the car much faster than I thought I'd be able to, especially when I stopped trying to out-think it and started following his instructions. The instructional portion of the event was not too long and was engaging, and being driven around the track in a Porsche Cayenne was surprisingly fun (I couldn't believe an SUV could hold the turns that well). The only issue I had was that I didn't feel I drove well enough. Of course, I want to go again!
- Josh Wickham - San Jose, Thursday, April 24, 2014
Very well organized event. We got there early for the first session and were encouraged to sit in the cars, which was fun. The preview lap gave us a feel for the tight bends and the racing lines and my instructor helped me gain speed which each lap. The only improvement I would ask for is a longer straight where you could really wind the cars up.
- Philip Gadd - Las Vegas Speedway, Friday, December 09, 2011
Driving the car was terrific: the instructor was great, the car was great, the course was not what expected, small, but very enjoyable. The pre-drive instruction was excellent. Karim was great, projected his voice into the hanger very well. It would benefit to show an instructional video of the in-car experience during the briefing. The other instructor was excellent technically. The course tour in the Hummer was terrific. Well done to everybody in the core and important parts of the event. But there is a lot of 'hurry up and wait' and chaos surrounding the event. It was difficult to hear the track people call your name when your turn came for Hummer ride, or when your turn came to drive the car. It was great to see all the vehicles, you actually spend more time see the cars then being in them (Very Fast Pace). It's very hard to get use to vehicle a track and get the full appreciation of what it can do in less than 10 mins. Yet with that said it was a major blast!
- Chris Thomas - Las Vegas, Wednesday, December 15, 2010
* Driving the car was terrific: the instructor was great, the car was great, the course was great.
* The pre-drive instruction was excellent. Karim was great, projected his voice into the hanger very well. The other instructor was excellent technically, but really ought to use a microphone: it was very difficult to hear him.
* The course tour in the Hummer was terrific.
* The ride-along event in the Corvette with Roman was terrific.
* Well done to everybody in the core and important parts of the event.
* But there is a lot of 'hurry up and wait' and chaos surrounding the event. It was difficult to hear the track people call your name when your turn came for Hummer ride, or when your turn came to drive the car. The PA system music was tinny and intrusive, and the PA would have been better used to call people to the Hummer or the cars. And more shade would have been nice. There were two 'tented' areas from which you could see the vehicles and listen for your name, and they were crowded or you could stand in the hanger and not see th cars or hear your name being called: that wasn't enough.
* But that is minor quibbling: the car part of the event was superb.
- Seamus Moran - El Toro, Wednesday, August 18, 2010
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