You Can Actually Race Rare Exotic Cars At This Spot In Miami
Calling all aspiring racers, adrenaline junkies, and car buffs!
Many may argue that they're living life in the fast lane, but have you truly lived that fast life until you've gone from 0 to 100 in 3.5? If you're looking for insanely fun things to do in Miami, you can actually drive exotic race cars at this speedway.
We all have our dream car; for some, it's a flashy Lambo Gallardo, a shiny Porsche, a fast & furious Ferrari or maybe even a McLaren. No matter what your fave is, you have a chance to drive them all at Miami Exotic Auto Racing.
They offer 2 different ways to race, a self-drive session or a ride-along with a professional. Each self-drive session will run you $500, but includes your choice of car, a 1 on 1 training session with a professional driver, lunch, drinks, & snacks in an air-conditioned VIP room. Talk about living the high-life for a day.
Riding along with a pro will cost a bit less at only $149, but you only have the option to zip around the track next to the professional in a V8 muscle car. You get to see how it's really done with each pro-driver having 20 years minimum experience behind the racing wheel. Zoom zoom, baby.
Each race can take place on one of 2 tracks, both 1.6 miles in length. Take to The Homestead Miami Speedway with 11 turns and 2 straightaways or the Palm Beach International Speedway with 9 turns & 4 straight tracks. Additional drivers can be added to the experience for $250.
If you're ready to put your pedal to the metal on Sunshine State asphalt, an overview of Miami Exotic Auto Racing can be seen below.
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Miami Exotic Auto Racing
Address: 500 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., daily. Holiday hours may vary.
Why You Need To Go: A chance to race unique & exotic cars that you normally wouldn't have access to unless you're rollin' in dough. Solo drive around the tracks or ride along with a professional.
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