Enjoy the perfect introduction to race car driving as you slide behind the wheel of a stock car that's competed at past NASCAR events. Experience the white knuckle thrill of a lifetime as you get a taste of what the NASCAR Cup race car drivers do week in and week out. Your experience will begin with an hour long 'Stock Car Driving 101' followed by orientation laps with an instructor. Then it's time to put pedal to metal as you climb into the driver's seat ready to burn some rubber on Michigan International Speedway. Feel your adrenaline rise as you are strapped into your vehicle and the engine roars around you. Reach speeds of up to 150 mph as you live your dream of being a NASCAR race car driver and see the world through the eyes of a stock car champion.
All driving participants must be 18 years of age with a valid driver's license.
You are in control on this racing experience that aims to give you the closest experience to being a real racecar driver for the day in an authentic stock car racing experience at Michigan International Speedway. Climb into the driver's seat and reach speeds exceeding 150MPH (actual speeds are dictated by individual experience and comfort level).
This stock car driving event takes place on pre-selected dates during the year however the 2016 dates have not yet been published.
While waiting for new dates to be announced, why not make someone's day with a gift certificate? Your gift recipient can choose their own date once the new schedule is available.
- Registration on arrival
- Classroom instruction covering the car and racing techniques
- Get suited up into your racing gear
- Narrated tour of the track to show you the racing line
- Race car orientation
- 6 race laps with you in full control of the car
I was disappointed in that there were no lap times, avg. MPH, or best lap speed documented. It would have been nice to have some statistics on each drivers experience. Especially for the many partcipants that did this together, it would have been nice to have bragging rights on perfromance.
02 August, 2011