LOCATION: Stafford Springs, CT
It's a high speed race to the checkered flag as you enjoy 15 searing racing laps in an authentic race proven stock car. Fire up the engine and thunder around the infamous Stafford Motor Speedway in a raw racing machine from the NASCAR Late Model series.
Seasoned veterans will give all the racing theory you need to find that perfect racing line, but out there on the track, it's just going to be you and your sheer driving skills. Have you got the game to push yourself and 500 horsepower to the limits? There's only one way to find out as you thunder down the straights before sweeping off the banks and reaching full racing speed.
Slide into the driver's seat for an exciting experience to remember. Stock car adventures don't get more authentic than this!
You’ll drive NASCAR style Late Models at Stafford Motor Speedway where many of the great stars of NASCAR learned and honed their craft. There’s a reason why the drivers at NASCAR’s highest level look forward to going to NASCAR’s shortest tracks, and many of them sneak away on their off weekends to go back and race a NASCAR style Late Model at a short track. It’s the sensation of speed and the lightning quick reflexes that combine to make short track racing such an exciting racing experience.
In 1997, Stafford Motor Speedway resurfaced the entire 1/2 mile speedway. A multipurpose Media Facility stands sentry over the famous half mile and the track is completely wired for national Television coverage.
Drivers must be aged 18 years and over and have a valid driver's licence. All racing suits, helmets and safety equipment are provided.
These race cars do not have doors. All drivers must have the ability to climb through a 15" high by 28"wide window that sits 35" from the ground. Must be at least 5' tall and maximum height is 6'4". Waist and chest can be no bigger than 52".
- Registration on arrival
- Classroom instruction covering the car and racing techniques
- Get suited up into your racing gear
- Narrated van ride around the track to show you the racing line
- Practice laps to get you and the car warmed up
- 15 race laps with you in full control of the car
- Racing is divided into session with pit stops and briefings in between