Stockcar Speedway Driving
Experience 12 Exciting Laps on a NASCAR Speedway
Price for 1 participant
This thrilling Track Day provides racing fans and thrill seekers with the chance to sit behind the wheel and drive a real 500-plus horsepower Sprint Cup Style racecar around a 1 Mile Track!
Your Stockcar Driving Experience begins with a one-hour Drivers Meeting where you will be given instruction on driving techniques, safety procedures and everything you need to know to prepare you for this racing adventure. Before getting behind the wheel, you will take a narrated van ride around the track to learn the racing line. Once the Driver’s training session is complete, it’s time to suit up, strap in and put the pedal to the metal! Before you hit the track, a crewmember will buckle you in and check your radio. When the thumps up is given, it’s time start your engine, hear that V8 roar, and enter pit lane. Next, it's time to take the Checkered Flag!
So, grab the wheel and prepare for the ride of your life as you race around the track for twelve electrifying laps. This Racing experience is the perfect unique gift for every NASCAR fan!
What to wear
Participants are required to sign a Liability Release Form.
Insurance is available for an additional $70.00 and may be purchased on the day of the event. The policy covers damage to the racecar resulting from driver error and is subject to a $1,000.00 deductible.
Practice laps are included in all packages and are used to get the car warmed up and to get the participant comfortable with the car and up to speed quickly. For example, if a package for 26 laps is selected, then the first 4 laps will be run as warm up and drills and 22 laps will be run under the green flag for a total of 26 laps.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1405-001
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
My first experience on a NASCAR venue in any capacity came with a Christmas gift of the Stockcar Speedway experience. When I arrived, the sound of the cars first heightened my senses. First, there was an instructional 45 minute class which was extremely helpful in increasing the safety factor involved. Then I had the opportunity to drive a high powered race style car on the track. Just the idea of flooring the accelerator of a car and exceed more than twice the highway speed limit without fear of the law was great. I opted for the ride with the professional driver and got an excellent feel for what the capability was of the car. That portion showed me that the car is more capable than the maximum I would try. I am sure these cars are set up with amature driver parameters so I believed I couldn't get into too much trouble using common sense. I also opted for the additional laps, a must if you go out there. The 8 laps on the standard package is only an appetizer. If you think about it, a one mile track will take you 30 seconds to circle averaging 120 mph, which you can achieve. 4 minutes is too short of a time to enjoy the adrenalin rush of someone elses 500 horsepower under your control on a race track. Since most people only did 8 laps, I was able to do an additional 8 laps without any other cars on the track. That alone was worth every penny I paid. I only wish they would have provided a print out of my driving information like each lap time, avg. MPH, & top speed, as an additional souvenir of my day. Nonetheless, this is an A++ activity all speed junkies restrained by legal limits and societal norms who have watched others drive fast on television, in movies, and as spectators at race tracks, should experience.
- Stephen Proctor - Richmond Intl. Speedway, Tuesday, May 14, 2013
First, anyone without experience should do the ride along. I did not, and drove like a rookie without a clue. (which I was) It took 10-12 of my 16 laps before I started feeling comfortable and punching the gas. I realized I was way slow when I started getting passed. Without the ride along or experience, I had no idea what the turns were supposed to feel like or the speed or anything else. Once I got a little comfortable I did better, but a short time later my ride was over. I will likely do this again, but I will do the ride along next time so I have a better feel for the in car experience, so maybe I can put the pedal to the metal and get a truer racing experience.
- John - Milwaukee Mile, Tuesday, September 13, 2011
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