Roaring a Ferrari around the racetrack at Las Vegas’ Exotics Racing is certainly one of the more testosterone producing adventures we’ve been on.
In fact, when I was finished, I had to restrain myself from belting out a boisterous Tim the Toolman ARG, ARG, ARG.
What a blast!
Exotics Racing makes the world’s largest fleet of supercars accessible to Las Vegas tourists and locals.
Guests visit the track from around the world to drive today’s most exciting supercars with professional racing instruction on a private race track.
The driving experience program integrates classroom education, familiarization laps and on-track one-on-one coaching from a racing instructor into one comprehensive, safe and exciting driving experience.
When I finished driving, I had to restrain myself from belting out a Tim the Toolman ARG, ARG, ARG.
Carol and I arrived at Exotics Racing with friends, Bob & Karen Schroeder, from Michigan.
When Bob and I learned that we would be screaming around the track in exotic 6-figure sports cars, we were both looking forward to the adventure.
With both of us being rookies to racing speeds well in excess of 100 mph, we also both felt a little tinge of trepidation.
We’ve both seen the news reels of race cars roaring down the race track flipping end over end, and that was not the kind of adventure we were looking for.
Bio: The Roaming Boomers is a luxury travel blog spotlighting experience, adventure, learning and exploration. David and Carol Porter, Michigan natives who retired to Scottsdale, started the project in 2008 after the market collapse took away almost half of the savings they’d carefully put together to be able to retire at age 50.
The couple combined their years of entrepreneurship with a love of travel and set off to see if they could build success. The Roaming Boomers do occasionally accept free lodging, food and other gifts, but disclose that in their posts. They hope to build an audience of Baby Boomers who join them vicariously on their adventures. But they also hope to instill their love of travel so that the coming bubble of 79 million Boomers will join them.