What You'll Get
Life in the fast lane is fun and exhilarating, unlike life in the turning lane, which is full of metaphors, life lessons, and challenging obstacles that lead to personal discovery. Indulge speed senses with today's Groupon: for $124, you get a speed pass and snack from Team Stradale at the Autobahn Country Club in Joliet (a $249 value). Groupon holders also receive a 10% discount on future programs. This program is available to all licensed drivers 18 years and older.
Team Stradale's audacious instructors bestow thrill-seekers of all types with high-octane driving adventures at the Autobahn Country Club. With each mentored one-hour speed pass, developing drivers experience the member's perspective as they strap in and ride along with a driving pro in a personable, high-performance BMW. After a brief orientation, drivers can swap seats with instructors and hop behind the wheel to jockey their motorized pony around the North Circuit track. After dalliances with dispatch, Team Stradale tempers adrenaline rushes with a boxed snack containing an apple, snack bar, and bottled water for each attendee. Groupon holders also get a 10% discount off of any future racing programs, such as performance driving school and fuzzy dice for dummies.
Team Stradale's full-service, high-tech racing facility utilizes 12,000 square feet of garage space to house more than 52 cars, including Mazdas, Ferraris, and rocket-powered Model Ts. The shop's high-definition digital alignment machine, trained mechanics, and off-site winter storage keep roadsters comfy all year long. During each visit, clients enjoy access to a private member lounge with an F1 driving game, kitchen, big-screen TV, and plush locker rooms.
About Team Stradale
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must be 18 or older. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.