LOCATION: Stafford Springs, CT
Strap in and prepare for the fastest fun you'll ever have on four wheels as you drive a real race primed stock car around Stafford Motor Speedway. Harness the incredible power of a NASCAR-style stock car for three fast and furious driving sessions and touch speeds that would make your mom faint!
You’ll have no lead car to slow you down and you’ll also be encouraged to pass other cars on the track, just like the pros on race day, which means this is as close as it gets to being in a real NASCAR stock car race.
You'll receive expert instruction in all aspects of racing theory, but track side, it’s going to be all down to you. Can you hold your nerve as you seek out the perfect racing line and blast an authentic highly tuned stock car around the track?
This is an unforgettable stock car racing experience and will leave you on the ultimate natural high!
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.
- 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
- 20 race laps with you in full control of the car
- Racing is divided into session with pit stops and briefings in between