Experience the same thrills that Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch feel as they cross the Granite Stripe behind the wheel of a NASCAR stock car at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, The Racing School will offer several programs for those fans with the need for speed.
The Qualifier and Start Your Engine packages allow students to race “The Magic Mile” for 10 to 15 fast laps.
The Green Flag experience expands the drivers’ opportunity to 25 to 35 laps around the speedway. During the session, the clock may be stopped for a mandatory pit stop. You will feel like a professional as a pit crew brings water and quickly checks the car before heading back on track.
The Checkered Flag package allows guests to take 35 to 50 laps around the speedway with two pit stops included.
The Race Day and Super Race Day experiences are for the diehard motorsports enthusiast. Drivers will get a minimum 50 to 70 laps of seat time, divided into three driving sessions. Guests will work with an instructor, talk to crews and observe other drivers. It will be like a typical day at the race track for a racecar driver.
For those that would rather ride shotgun at speeds of up to 140 mph, the Racing School offers a Ride-a-Long program. This four-lap qualifying run allows the passenger to ride shotgun in a seat of a NASCAR racecar driven by a professional instructor.
To purchase a package for The Racing School fans are encouraged to visit http://www.theracingschool.com/home.php.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will take on the short 0.526-mile oval of Martinsville Speedway Sunday. Coverage for the TUMS Fast Relief 500 begins at 1:30 p.m. (ET) on ESPN.