There are only two instances in which it’s legal to drive at 200 miles per hour: racing around a certified track and outrunning a 199-mile-per-hour construction horse. Satisfy your need for speed with today’s Groupon to Rusty Wallace Racing Experience. This Groupon is valid for Rusty Wallace Racing Experience’s track adventures at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. Choose between the following options:
- For $64, you get a four-lap shotgun stock-car ride-along experience (a $129 value).
- For $199, you get a 12-lap The Shootout racing experience (a $399 value). The Shootout customers will be responsible for an optional additional insurance fee ($60).
Experiences are currently scheduled for the following dates:
* Wednesday, October 19, 2011
* Thursday, October 20, 2011
* Tuesday, May 15, 2012
* Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Rusty Wallace Racing Experience engages adrenaline glands with real-life rubber-burning packages. With the shotgun ride-along, need-for-speeders can hop aboard an authentic stock car and share four laps’ worth of in-the-action views with a professional driver. Each steely steed’s Triad Racing motor has seen action in real races, and high-speed pivots on 11-inch Goodyear tires fling cries of exhilarated delight from riders.
The Shootout racing experience allows participants to don a custom Oakley racing suit and tear around the track’s spine-tingling turns, just as a professional racer or ambitious afterhours janitor would. After 45 minutes of classroom instruction familiarizes soon-to-be drivers with the course’s corners, students get to take the wheel for 12 invigorating laps, during which passing is allowed, leaving their hair mussed, their eyes bulged, and their torso coated in corporate sponsorships.
Rusty Wallace Racing Experience
2013 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Rusty Wallace allows amateurs to feel first-hand how a real race car rumbles as its tires scorch a professional speedway. Participants can either ride shotgun with an experienced driver or hop behind the wheel to tackle the track themselves. For more of the genuine experience, drivers don the full array of safety gear before climbing or vaulting through the window, including a sleek racing suit, helmet, and HANS neck-protection device.