Satisfy your need for speed with 50 hot racing laps behind the wheel of a NASCAR-style Late Model race car at San Antonio Speedway, Texas only high-banked ½ mile paved racing track.
This is a dream drive like no other and with 50 laps behind the wheel, you’ll be driving a red hot stock car racing machine further than most pro drivers travel in a single championship race! Just imagine that feeling when, in full race gear, you fire the mighty V8 engine into life, slam the pedal hard to metal and unleash 500 horsepower of dream machine out onto San Antonio Speedway! As your lap speeds increase, your lap times will drop like a stone, with your pit crew urging you all the way through the radio in your helmet. You'll need to work hard to find that perfect racing line as you push Man and machine to the limit to take the checkered flag
Instructors will give you the racing theory but have you got the driving skills to put it all into practice? There's only one way to find out – stop dreaming and start driving!
You’ll drive NASCAR style Late Models at San Antonio 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.
Drivers must be aged 18 years and over and have a valid driver's licence. All racing suits, helmets and safety equipment are provided.
This experience takes place on the following dates during 2013:
- 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
- 50 race laps with you in full control of the car
- Racing is divided into session with pit stops and briefings in between