Ready for an all-new, heart-stopping adrenaline rush? We're pleased to announce the all-new Ferrari Track Experience from World Class Driving. In this all-day racing school, you'll drive a series of purpose-built Ferrari Challenge track cars, and enjoy them on the greatest racing tracks in the United States. No prior experience is necessary; we'll provide the supercars, private instruction, and access to the track.
This holiday season, we're pleased to offer a limited number of special supercar driving experiences. Here's how it works. Every other day starting on Black Thursday at 12:01am, we'll post a limited number of supercar driving experience packages that are sure to thrill. You'll get a total of seven different opportunities this season to grab an unforgettable supercar driving experience. When they're gone, they're gone so check back early!
Amateur driver Jason H. Harper takes a Formula One car to stomach-churning speeds.
World Class Driving's Formula One Experience is as serious as the proverbial heart attack. As you leave the pit area, everything else becomes a blur. Suddenly, you're in a world that's very different from anything you've ever experienced.
With the holidays fast approaching, thoughts start to wander to dreams of travel, family, and holiday cheer. But with so much to do - from gifts to arranging plans - time can be precious.
Thankfully, our friends from Teamspeed are here to lend a hand.
MOSCOW (AFP) – In a helmet emblazoned with the emblem of Russia and reaching a speed of 240 kilometres (150 miles) an hour, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin Sunday burned rubber on a racing circuit in a Formula One car. The high-speed session -- unthinkable for almost any other world leader -- was the latest in a series of widely publicised hardman outings for Putin as he seeks to cement his image as the Russian strongman ahead of 2012 elections.
...But space travel is not why I'm at Mojave today. Driving fast is. I'm part of an event organized by World Class Driving, an outfit that gives folks the chance to break 200 mph in a super-car. That kind of speed means traveling the length of a football field every second.
AOL Autos has featured some of the most fuel-efficient cars in the world, but in this episode they look at a different class of efficiency: performance. Bradley visits World Class Driving, and tests the Ferrari 599 GTB, Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, and the Audi R8 V10 to see what these supercars can teach us about efficient tech.
Closer to teleportation in a car than anything I've ever experienced.
There’s nothing like piloting an F1....This is ascending Everest, equal parts skill, bravado and stupidity.