The Motorsport Lab Reviews
Motorsport Lab was so accommodating when my husband was unable to attend his booking due to being sick. They allowed us to transfer our date and location so he wouldn't miss this fun event. Sadly... more »
Second time going. I am going again. Best time ever. They are great People that run the cars. They let me go as fast as I could. Loved it. Mark more »
Look if you imagine your going to be speed racer on a NASCAR track, well this is not the experience for u as your going to be disappointed. However if u want to cross driving a super car off your bucket list, then this is the experience for you. I actually went faster then what I had set in my mind. The paperwork you have to fill out is intimidating, and puts in your mind "you better drive like a grandma on church morning". However once there and talking to the group before me you realize that it's really for the A-hole who thinks he's going to hot rod the car. Then between the orientation and car trainer you realize everything is going to be alright and this is going to be fun. It's the car trainer/passenger who pushed me to drive to what I feel he thought I could handle, and surprising to me I went faster and harder into the turns than I ever imagined going in. I actually drove both cars, by the time I drove the second the car the trainer and I just had a causal conversation during my entire drive. He figured the first guy provided me my limits during the first time around. That the second trainer let me just do what I felt was right and we had a normal conversation during the entire drive. For those of u that read my review, let me just say this. Don't let the 13page waiver scare you (yes it scared me), it's there way of protecting their investment if your a A-hole and plan on not listening to the trainer. Sign it with confidence and go enjoy yourself and fulfill a bucket list like me.
This is not really what I expected and the waiver signs away a high amount of potential risk. You could potentially pay a lot more cash. You're going to run around a tiny little track in a parking lot. That said, it was a great memory.
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