Indy Car: Winners Circle
Drive an INDY Racecar and Reach Speeds of 165 MPH
Price for 1 participant
Your hands are on the wheel of this open wheel INDY Racer as you drive an INDY Car white knuckled all the way for three thrilling 8 minute driving sessions. The program is structured to give you a progressive learning curve, focusing on skill and the overall racing experience.
So suit up, attend the Crew Chief’s Drivers Meeting, and get prepared for three driving laps of a lifetime! As you work on increasing speeds safely with each timed racing lap session, you will receive direct feedback over the 2-way radio with your Personal Racing Instructor. As a bonus, you will pull into the pits after the second racing session, where a pit crew member will change the chip in your race car allowing you to drive faster on your final lap.
So if you are a diehard racecar fan and want a thrilling race experience the Indy Car: Winner’s Circle offered at nine Speedway Tracks throughout the country is your ticket!
What to wear
The race cars are purpose built, full sized, Indy-style Race Cars.
Participants will be required to pay an additional Insurance Fee of $25 and an Ear Bud Fee of $10 at the time of booking.The liability insurance fee releases you from all vehicle damage.
Participants are required to sign a Liability Release Form.
Every driver receives a Graduate Certificate with name, date and top speed plus a Souvenir Racing License for bragging rights.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER 03SG70000H
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
Very cool. Problems were my shoulders were too big to fit the car so not comfortable driving. also, confirmation said it was 4 hours and we would drive 3 8 minute shifts. People wanted to come and watch but not 4 hrs. It wasnt 4 hours. Felt like whoever wrote that didnt actually know about the program. But it was fun.
- Ted Lachowicz - Las Vegas, Tuesday, September 08, 2009
I missed one thing: they didn't have cameras/pictures during the event, so couldn't bring any souvenier from that day. They could have a in car camera also.
- Christian Costantini - Texas, Monday, July 13, 2009
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