First thing I want to point out is that this is an experience geared for the average person. If you fancy yourself as a race car driver or have track experience you may be disappointed. The professional driver seated next to you will tell you exactly what he wants you to do, how much throttle and which line to take or they can turn off the power. Which, according to them, happens very rarely.
Now.... I know some raters complain about not being able to drive the way they wanted..... Blah blah blah..Don't let that steer you away from this.
I am a professional driver, I have driven over 150mph and drive fast, over 100 mph, frequently in my job. I know how to drive fast.
This experience is about getting to drive, in my case a LAMBORGHINI, a super car. The top speed isn't the point here.
BTW, the drivers don't make you baby the car, just the opposite. My driver was pushing me to drive beyond what I would have done if I had been alone. It is done safely and where appropriate on the course though.
The course is a short road course with a straight section. You get to feel the handling of the car and you get a taste if it's capabilities. At 80mph, I hammered the gas in 5th gear and it pulled like it was in 1st, well past the 100mph mark. My fastest speed topped out at over120mph
The speed didn't matter to me, I got to drive a LAMBORGHINI. Nobody else I know has done that.
The staff was very attentive and professional. They are happy to explain things and are patient with drivers new to speed. My 66 yro mother did the NASCAR experience, same group of people, and she thoroughly enjoyed it. I will certainly do this again when I come back to WDW.
One last thing, this is a half day affair. By the time you arrive, sit through the class and get your turn behind the wheel, they limit how many cars are on the field at one time, several hours have gone by.
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