Richard Petty Driving Experience Returns to Las Vegas in March 2013

race carsRichard Petty Driving Experience (RPDE) will give 12 participants the opportunity to experience the fourth bi-annual Richard Petty Fantasy Racing Camp in Las Vegas, March 10-13, 2013.

Participants of the Fantasy Camp will spend four full days exploring all that Las Vegas has to offer for racing enthusiasts. Drivers start off the first day by meeting Richard Petty and Dale Inman, then getting the VIP treatment at the Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in the Richard Petty Driving Experience luxury suite at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The following days, drivers can climb behind the wheel of a 600 HP NASCAR race car and learn short track driving skills, road course driving skills and participate in a speedway challenge at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Other camp highlights include scenic helicopter rides, driving challenges, and one-on-one instruction from some of the best in the business, including Dale Inman, Randy LaJoie and the accomplished team of Petty instructors.

All new to the Fantasy Camp in 2013 is the American Muscle Car Challenge. In this new component of Richard Petty Driving Experience, participants have the opportunity to drive American supercars by Ford, Dodge and Chevy in exhilarating modules, including a 0-60 MPH challenge and g-force experience.

The cost to participate in Richard Petty Fantasy Racing Camp is $10,500 and includes the aforementioned activities, as well as world-class accommodations on the Vegas strip, custom apparel, in-car video, commemorative event photos, and a lifetime of priceless memories.

Space is limited to 12 participants. For more information or to register, call (704) 454-6224 or visit www.drivepetty.com/fantasyracingcamp.

 

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