Gas-powered cars will soon be replaced by electric cars, which will be replaced by two-person motorcycles powered by nightmares. Catch some combustion-engine action while you can with this Groupon.
$24 for Five Laps in a Racecar ($49.99 Value)
After an orientation, drivers slide behind the wheel of a Winged TQ Midget racecar and reach speeds in excess of 90 mph while lapping the track five times with the supervision and assistance of an instructor who provides a critique after the track session.
Green Flag Driving Experience
Green Flag Driving Experience deals in adrenaline. At its racetrack, novice drivers and advanced rubber burners alike get to feel the heady rush of epinephrine as they man a car that can reach speeds in excess of 100 mph while manning the cockpit of a racecar. Drivers choose their rides from a fleet of TQ Midgets or a selection of Legends cars, 5/8-scale replicas of autos from the Golden Age of American engineering when men were men and cars were powered by miniature locomotives. Before sliding behind their chosen wheel, each driver goes through an introduction and orientation that cover safety skills and handling basics. Then the Green Flag Driving Experience instructors keep watch as their pupils don provided helmets and suits, buckle up, and hit the pavement. Afterward, the instructors provide a thorough critique that helps the budding Andrettis maneuver with even more finesse on their next time around the track.
100% of 124 customers recommend
“Gives a great experience of driving a race car!”
“put driving suits on FAST, if you are in one, you are much more likely to get picked for driving first.”
“Excellent time, Great experience, Great staff. Definitely the adrenaline rush I look forward too. Being an experienced motorcycle road racer this was first time in a...”
“Excellent time, Great experience, Great staff. Definitely the adrenaline rush I look forward too. Being an experienced motorcycle road racer this was first time in a midget car and really enjoyed it . NEXT time you need to let me go faster (lol) Thanks George”