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Exotic Car Racing

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by stackinchips, Jan 31, 2013.

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  1. stackinchips

    stackinchips High-Roller

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    So I'm headed to Vegas in May with business partners. We've already determined that we will be doing the exotic sports car racing. Does anyone have any experience with any of the outfits in Vegas? Looking at exotics racing and world class driving. Does anyone have any experience with either of these companies or any others? Any feedback would be appreciated.
     
  2. dfalk

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    I'm doing the Exotics Racing in March for the first time. I'll let you know how it goes. Pretty excited to drive the piss out of that Ferrari.
     
  3. gubilxix

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    I did the Ferrari F430 package at Exotic Car last September. They run a class operation with approximately 20 different cars to choose from.

    It was the highlight of my Vegas trip as I had always wanted to drive a Ferrari and the folks there made it an exciting experience. They conduct a brief class first and then take you and two others for a quick lap in a Porsche Cayenne before they fit you for a helmet.

    The professional driver that I had riding copilot with me was outstanding and actually encouraged me to floor it coming out of each corner.

    As a bonus for any Cobra fans, the Carroll Shelby museum is a five minute walk across the parking lot, filled with his cars and various merchandise for sale.

    I took the limo round trip from Fashion Valley Mall on the strip which was a great and reasonable way to go. Plan about three hours at the strip if you also want to visit the museum otherwise two hours time at the track should do it midweek.
     
  5. dfalk

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    How much did that cost? Is it the shuttle service they offer on their website for $40?
     
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    Yes, that is the shuttle that they advertise.
     
  7. dfalk

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    Awesome! I was thinking it was an actual shuttle bus, but knowing its a limo gets me ever more excited.
     
  8. lionelhutz

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    whoever is looking at doing the Exotics Racing in March, just remember that there are a bunch of blackout dates mid-Month b/c of the NASCAR race at the Speedway.
     
  9. dfalk

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    Ya I made sure of that, after the big race they are open 7 days a week. I just booked the 5 lap Ferrari package yesterday, hopefully I win some cash my first night so I can add another car. I'm looking more forward to this than my actual Vegas trip.
     
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