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Rusty Wallace Racing Experience - Stockton 99 Speedway

10-Lap Racing Experience or 3-Lap Ride-Along from Rusty Wallace Racing Experience (Up to 51% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Oct 27th, 2013.
  • Limit 1/person, may buy more as gifts. Limit 1/visit. Valid only for option purchased and listed location. Online reservation only. 8 day cancellation notice or $50 fee may apply; 7 day notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must be 18 or older w/ valid driver's license to drive; must be 17 or older for ride-along option. 6'6" height max. 52in waist max. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Sessions non-transferable. Optional $1,000 max property damage financial liability cap available from merchant before driving for $60.

Questions and Answers 2 questions

Q:

Who do I contact to set up an appointment to redeem my Groupon? I purchased the 10-lap racing experience.

Jennifer C.  asked on  Dec 12, 2012

A:

When you open your Groupon, it will include redemption instructions under the "How to use this" section.

To access your Groupon, please sign into your account at http://www.groupon.com. Once you are signed in, you will see your name at the top of the deal page. Put your cursor over your name and your account menu will drop down. Here you'll be able to find your Groupons in the section called "My Groupons".

You can view and print a Groupon by clicking the "View Voucher" button and get all the information you need to properly redeem it.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 13, 2012

Q:

For the 10-lap racing experience, what stock of car do we get to drive?

Erica S.  asked on  Dec 6, 2012

A:

Hi Erica, For the rides we use NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide cars. For the drives we use NASCAR Late Model style cars, they are very similar to the ride cars. They are still built from the ground up for racing, jig built tube chassis, 11 inch racing slicks, caster and camber built into the front end, locked rear, with aftermarket racing shocks and springs, built to race from day 1. The difference is the cars are a little lighter and easier to drive at the shorter tracks that we go to, Stockton is a true short track at 1/3rd of a mile and the heavier NASCAR Sprint Cup cars are very, very hard for a novice to drive there whereas the Late Models are just perfect there. Thanks, Mark @ RWRE

Mark E.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 6, 2012

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