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Exotic Driving Experience

Englishtown, NJ, USA
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Imagine driving the world’s fastest and most exotic high performance cars on a real racetrack…no traffic…no stoplights…no law enforcement…just your dreams, your adrenaline and the wide-open asphalt!Located at Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ, Exotic Driving Experience features supercars by Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi, Aston Martin, Nissan, and Porsche.
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JV wrote a review Jun 2021
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Check in where they immediately try to upsell(ride along, photos,video)then a long list of "don't do this" and the fees/penalties if you accidentally touch a cone. Stand in line for your car of choice(gt3 for me) Get into car where you have only 10 seconds to adjust your seat, No adjusting of mirrors as they are strictly for the instructor who is literally yelling at you the entire time. 1st lap is a wash as you're not familiar with the track at all. Hit a top speed of 88mph due to lack of straightaway ..did I mention that I was being yelled at the entire 5 minutes of this excursion? At the end the "instructor" asked if I had a good time and basically asked for a cash tip!? $300 for 5 minutes of disappointment. I'd rather rent a exotic car for the day and get to enjoy it without all the attached nonsense.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Raffi wrote a review Dec 2019
Sunnyside, New York2 contributions2 helpful votes
Booked an over $300 event to drive a 911 GT3 at the end of July at raceway park, NJ. The event was to take place end of October. They took my money up front months in advance and sent me confirmation of everything. Great! Event day comes and it's raining hard, so the event was cancelled due to weather. Ok that's understandable. What do I receive via email? Notice of the cancellation and options to deal with it. The only options they really gave me were to reschedule sometime in spring of next year or sell my ticket to someone else. WHAT? Are you kidding me? I tried contacting them explaining that I was moving across the country in about a month and I didn't want to deal with looking for a track someplace else. Besides, I booked this event with a friend months in advance so I wanted to go with my friend, that what would make it a real experience anyway. AND I was never told from the start that I booked for the LAST EVENT DAY OF THE YEAR. Had I known that from the start, I would have never booked it or canceled it well within their 14 day policy. So here they are sitting on my money for months before they event. Then if I did reschedule, they would be sitting on it from months longer. Sounds like a great scam to me. Have people pay you in advance and regardless of what happens they have their money. Nope, called my bank and got my money back through them. They don't even respond to you via email. They simply send the same auto reply. I guess that's their Xtreme customer service.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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A1Instructor wrote a review May 2016
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With the exception of a few crybabies that needed there safe place. Truly the result of growing up with the everybody getting a trophy mentality. This is really a great experience.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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goodguy099 wrote a review May 2014
Jamesburg, New Jersey21 contributions31 helpful votes
The cars were amazing, but the course was so small and had so many turns and such short straightaways that unless you are an experienced race car driver the maximum speed that could be attained is about 30 mph. I was expecting to be able to feel the exhilaration of the car's acceleration, but all I was able to experience was the novelty of basically sitting in an exotic sportscar. I think the intent of the experience was to sell you on their half day road tours which were very expensive.
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Date of experience: June 2013
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