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If you’re bored of driving that Toyota Camry, here’s your chance to drive a slight upgrade. Take your pick from some of fastest, sleekest cars on the market, and take them for a test drive. Seriously, you get to drive them.
Dream Drive Exotics is the place to go when you want to feel what it’s like to go extremely fast in a car. Most of the cars that they offer top out at speeds around 200mph. The experiences Dream Drive Exotics offer are 3,5 and 7 lap autocross. That means that you get to try your hand at navigating the exotic car of your choosing through a defined course. Seems easy, but the goal is to have the fastest time. Instead of racing against other drivers, you race against the clock. The course is usually around one kilometer long and an instructor will be in the passenger seat. If you don’t feel you have the right skill set to be a driver, they also offer Ride-Along packages, so that you can experience the speed without having to be in control. In order to drive at the Chicago Speedway location, you must be 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license. If you have decided you have the need for speed and want to give it a whirl, make sure you have the correct insurance protection needed in the FAQ section of their website below.
So, what exotic cars do they offer? Well, they all go at least 150mph. Some of the top of their fleet include a Lamborghini LP 560-4 Gallardo Coupe, Lamborghini LP 550-4 Gallardo Spyder, the Ferrari 458 Italia, Ferrari F430 Spider, and many, many more. Some of the fastest top out at 200mph and have an acceleration of 0-60 in 4.5 seconds. Thrilling enough for you? They even let your friends and family spectate to see if you can handle the speed. Make sure you dress with style, because photos and videos can be purchased of you outside the car, inside the car, as well as a video of you completing the course. You can also purchase gift vouchers for the car lover in your life
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