So now that I have your attention, let’s clarify a few things. I am a Two-Time SRT8 Challenger owner and I knew about this before I even bought the first car, BUT you have to purchase an SRT to get the school access. The dealerships RARELY know about this incredible track school. It is a SINGLE line on your window sticker and if you do not pay attention you may miss it. I have been to this school twice and this past weekend they said out of almost 20,000 SRT’s sold, 16,000 certificates go unused!! I could not believe that, it’s 10% FREE for Pete’s sake, who does not like FREE.
Here is the basic deal for you current and future SRT owners out there. First you have to buy an SRT of any model out there, Charger, Challenger, Viper, 300C, Jeep, whatever is currently in production. Secondly, visit http://www.drivesrt.com/ to get more information or go directly to Their Published Schedule. You can also just go directly to the registration page Here. Once you pick the track of your choice, (Travel is NOT included if you need go fly to a track), you are good to go once you enter your VIN. You can also bring Driving Guests for $500 or Non-Driving Guests for $100. So what do you get:
- Merchandise and Prizes for some event winners
- 5 different driving sessions which vary so check the site but generally they are
- Driving Dynamics
- Head to Head Challenge
- Performance Drive
- Hot Labs
This is pretty much an 8:00 to 4:00 day with TONS of seat time in SRT vehicles. You get to drive their vehicles and not yours and they teach you to push these cars to the limits. Even if you have been before $500 is pretty cheap for a day long track school. I have been to others that cost 5 times as much and they don’t do as good a job. So if you are a current or future SRT owner do NOT let this chance go by. You only get a year to register your VIN for the class. I personally do not know why you wouldn’t have a blast and meet some cool people.
For more information on the SRT Track Experience please visit these links, but whatever you do don’t let your certificate expire.
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