Exotics Racing is an amazing exotics car driving experience located close to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. This experience is guaranteed to put a smile on your face, and it's certainly something all petrol heads visiting Las Vegas should consider. In fact, our first experience here was part of the inspiration for fortloc. But don't tell them that!
Exotics Racing has an extensive collection of supercars that's relatively up to date. Current top supercars on the list include the AMG GTR, the Porsche 911 GT2 RS and the Lamborghini Huracan Performante. Every few months, the list of available cars grows, so there's always a reason to go back.
Exotics Racing seems to have a great corporate culture around humor and this radiates from most of their employees. However, their check-in process can be slow. They have a VIP room for folks interested in driving multiple cars (there’s a minimum amount required to qualify for a spot in the VIP room). While the room is equipped with comfortable furniture and a nicely stocked refrigerator (no alcohol of course!), the location in the building is a little odd as it shields the occupants from the race track and often felt like a “time out” room more than anything else.
The safety briefing at Exotics Racing is as good as it gets. The instructors are lively and will make you feel comfortable if you’re intimidated by some of these cars.
Safety is taken very seriously at Exotics Racing, so they don't compromise on their safety measures. That includes disallowing additional cameras in the car. While this may be seen as rigid, it's important to remember that driving on a race track can be dangerous if proper precautions are not taken. The last thing you want is to lose concentration because of a falling camera.
The race track at exotics racing is 1.2 miles long with a decent straightaway. It’s challenging enough for all but the most enthusiastic drivers.
Full insurance with no deductible is included in the price you pay for the experience.
The quality of the video is okay but the branding on it is excessive. It feels like they should be paying you for the video.
This is a great destination for driving supercars on a race track where the only limit to how fast you can go is how brave you are. While I wouldn’t recommend going to Vegas just for this (unless you’re like me), if you’re in Vegas for a conference or some other event, you should consider trying out Exotics Racing. It’s one of the best Petrol Head experiences out there.
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