No More Monday Blues: Drive a NASCAR Car Instead!

Mondays Just Got Exciting: Trade Your Office Chair for a NASCAR Seat

Fans of the NASCAR Cup Series can look forward to a ‘better’ Monday morning blues, thanks to a new announcement from Driving 101, the operator of the NASCAR Racing Experience and Richard Petty Driving Experience. On select Mondays following NASCAR Cup Series events, fans will have the opportunity to drive or ride an authentic NASCAR car at the same track where their racing idols had competed the day before.

“We’re turning the Monday morning blues upside down with a high-speed adventure guaranteed to leave you grinning,” said Robert Lutz, CEO of Driving 101. The participating NASCAR Cup Series tracks and dates include 14 locations, from Daytona International Speedway in February to Phoenix Raceway in November.

This Monday Funday package is timely for those considering the ultimate holiday gift or planning their 2024 NASCAR vacations. Be cautioned that spaces are limited. If you’re keen, do not hesitate and visit NASCAR Racing Experience’s webpage to book your exciting Monday race.

In addition to the unique experience, there’s the added fact that NASCAR Racing Experience is North America’s leading experiential racing company. Here, drivers can race without having to follow a lead car or an instructor alongside. The chance to compete in actual NASCAR race cars driven by famous drivers like Joey Logano and Denny Hamlin is a thrilling prospect.

The best bit? The Gift Cards available never expire. For more details, connect with NASCAR Racing Experience at Click Here

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