LOCATION: Richmond, VA
Designed to give you the most authentic stock car race day experience possible, this driving adventure arms you with the skills to drive faster than you ever thought possible. Have you got the driving skills to tackle one of NASCAR's fastest tracks - the incredible Richmond International Raceway? There's only one way to find out.
The whole day is set out like a real race day, the only difference here is that you'll get a lot more laps than most pro drivers face in a single race! It all begins with the all important pre-race briefing where your race hardened instructors will take you through racing techniques, from fast starts to even faster passing.
Then it's race time and with three blisteringly fast racing sessions ahead, your adrenaline will be pumping like you never thought possible! The first time you fire up the mighty V8 race tuned engine and unleash 500 horsepower, you'll be amazed at the sheer force of the engine beneath you. And with each hot racing lap and pit stop, you'll be gaining in confidence with every turn as you shave seconds off each consecutive lap.
For those looking for the complete stock car race day experience, this is the real deal!
Hear the V8 engine roar as you power around Richmond International Speedway and get a taste of what it is like to be a NASCAR racing driver. Feel the excitement of sitting behind the wheel and passing the other drivers on the track. All cars are actual race cars previously used in NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Nationwide Series, or Dodge Weekly Racing Series.
Drivers must be aged 18 years and over and have a valid driver's license. All racing suits, helmets and safety equipment are provided.
- Arrival at Richmond International Raceway
- 60 minutes classroom instruction
- Get suited up into your racing gear
- Narrated van ride around the track to show you the racing line
- 3 drill practice laps to get you and the car warmed up
- 36 high speed race laps divided into three sessions
- Between sessions work with your instructor, talk to the crew and observe other drivers