Exotics Racing Opens New Southern California Race Course

With a fleet of cars that includes top performers from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Aston Martin, and others, Exotics Racing offers the opportunity to race these high-performance vehicles at its 1.2-mile, seven-turn course at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where the company offers fun and instructional sessions. Earlier this year, Exotics began offering similar services at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., about an hour east of Los Angeles and just a few minutes from the Ontario International Airport.

The brand-new and beautifully demarcated course is also 1.2 miles long, but unlike the Vegas course, it runs counterclockwise through eight turns and includes a 1,600-foot straightaway that lets drivers reach speeds of up to 130 mph. Like the Vegas track, though, the new course gives drivers the opportunity to sample a car that they are considering for a personal collection or simply the chance to fulfill a lifelong fantasy of driving a supercar on a track. (702.802.5675, www.exoticsracing.com)

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