Exotics Racing to Auto Club Speedway
Las Vegas based supercar driving experience is expanding to Southern California.
Exotics Racing provides participants with high-speed dreams behind the wheel of some of the world’s most exclusive supercars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin, and more. Beginning December 14, 2013, everyone can live the dream when Exotics Racing’s newest racing school opens in Southern California, at the Auto Club Speedway. The Speedway is located about 45 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in Fontana. This new high speed adrenaline creating experience is poised to be a top attraction for both tourists and residents of Southern California as well as bringing approximately 30 new job openings to San Bernardino County by the end of 2014.
Exotics Racing and auto Club Speedway have joined together in a long–term exclusive agreement to offer the experience of a lifetime. Part of this agreement includes plans to construct a new building and a brand nee 1.2 mile road course next to Auto Club’s famous 2.0 mile D-shaped oval. Exotics Racing is planning to offer at least 80 track days per year starting with weekends. A valid driver’s license and a need for speed are the only requirements for anyone 18 years of age or older to be able to live out their dreams driving some of the world’s most desired supercars. Packages start as low as $199.00 for 5 laps, or strap-in and hold on tight for two white laps with one of Exotic Racing’s professional drifters as they rip through the corners sideways while you scream!
Every driving experience includes a driver orientation briefing, where one of the Exotics Racing’s professional racing instructors will teach proper driving position, steering techniques, preferred racing lines and techniques for braking and acceleration in order to the supercars to their limits. Drivers will be familiarized with track by taking two discovery laps in a Porsche Cayenne. For more information: www.autoclubspeedway.com or www.exoticsracing.com
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