Driving Experience Gifts


Our driving experiences make the perfect gift for that loved one who just can't get enough speed on civilian highways. The best part about our experiences is the sheer variety you can choose from. Drive a stock car, an exotic car like a Ferrari, or even a dragster.

Featured Reviews:

  • Drive a Dragster

  • 5

  • Las Vegas

"Will never forget this experience!!! Incredible!"

  • Race a Lamborghini

  • 5

  • Los Angeles

"Sharing the driving experience with my son was a highlight of the year. Great time was had. Just wish road course was longer, faster. "

  • Stock Car Ride Along - Pocono Speedway

  • 5

  • Philadelphia

"Simply put, it had to be one of the greatest days ever!"

What Kind Of Car Do You Want To Drive?

Cloud 9 Living makes it possible to drive... very fast.  Our driving experiences make the perfect gift for that friend or family member who just can't seem to get enough speed on civilian highways.  The best part about our experiences is the sheer variety you can choose from.

Check out these options, find the track closest to you by checking out The Track Finder, and get the Andretti in your family going fast in no time!


Drive A Stock Car

Drive A NASCAR Stock Car Experience

How does racing a Sprint Cup-style NASCAR stock car around a premier racetrack grab you?  This is a natural and perfect gift for even the most casual of race fans, but don't think for a second that anyone who loves to go fast won't jump at the chance to feel a souped-up 600 horsepower engine roaring under their feet at full throttle.

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Race A Ferrari

Yes, you can treat yourself or give the gift of a lifetime to the Ferrari fan in your life with one of Cloud 9 Living's amazing racing experiences on one of 8 closed courses all over the U.S.

But did you know you can also choose the kind of Ferrari you want to race?  That's right: whoa.

Race The Ferrari F430The Ferrari F430

According to Ferrari's website, "Every inch of the car was inspired by the engineering research carried out at Ferrari's Gestione Sportiva F1 Racing Division."  That's right, the F430 is made to race like a Formula 1 car but lives in the body of a classic V8 exotic car. You can't go wrong putting yourself, your favorite family member or friend behind the wheel of this superbly engineered machine!

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Race A Ferrari 458 Italia ExperienceThe Ferrari 458 Italia

With over 30 international awards for performance and design, the 458 Italia is a standout car even among the Ferrari family of standout exotic cars.  There's really only one thing left for you to do: get out on a closed, professional track and see what happens when you punch the gas pedal!

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Race A Lamborghini Gallardo

Race A Lamborghini Gallardo Experience

This supercar was made to go fast, and whoever is lucky enough to try this experience from Cloud 9 Living is going to remember the thrill of driving a Gallardo for a long time to come.

Just as we've got choices for Ferrari, we've got choices on the kind of Lamborghini you can race as well!  

The LP 560-4 is a fresh design on the body of the classic Gallardo.  That means this car has all the power and performance of the original with an updated face. 

The LP 570-4 is a gearhead's supercar dream.  This Gallardo adheres to a higher standard of design specifications and is lighter and faster (if that's even possible!) than any other in the Gallardo family. This car was made for racing and racing is precisely what it does.

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Race An Indy Car ExperienceRace An Indy Car

Well, the racing purist will certainly be blown away by this experience.  This racing school was started by the great Mario Andretti himself, and if there's a better way to feel pure, unadulterated power on four wheels we sure haven't heard of it.

Of course, any driving enthusiast would be equally amazed by the sheer speed of these Indy style race cars, and that means you can really blow someone's socks off when you give them this experience and they get a ticket to drive a machine that was built for no other reason than to go fast.  Very, very fast.

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Hey, we understand.  There's just as much thrilling fun to be had riding shotgun in some of the world's fastest cars.  And you get the chance to really take in the action as it happens instead of trying to focus on accelerating, steering, and braking.

Even better: a professional driver will show you how to push that car to its performance limit, which means you'll see what racing is really all about.

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Ride Along In A NASCAR Stock Car

Ride In An Indy Car

Ride In An Exotic Car

Ride In A Stock Car Ride In An Indy Car Ride In An Exotic Car


The Track Finder will help you locate the closest track and provides some key info that will help you find the perfect driving gift for that special someone... whose mind will soon be blown when they see what you're planning on giving them!

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More Track Info In Alphabetical Order:

Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, GA

Opened: 1960
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 125,000

Facts: AMS is known as one of the fastest tracks on the Sprint Cup circuit with average lap speeds in excess of 190 MPH.

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Auto Club Speedway
Fontana, CA

Opened: 1997
Length: 2 miles
Capacity: 92,000

Facts: Built on the grounds of the Kaiser Steel Mill, this is a D-shaped, low-banked superspeedway that plays host to one NASCAR event and several open wheel racing events.

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Charlotte Motor Speedway
Concord, NC

Opened: 1960
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 140,000

Facts: Charlotte Motor Speedway is considered the home track for NASCAR because so many racing teams live in the Charlotte area.

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Chicagoland Speedway
Joliet, IL

Opened: 2001
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 75,000

Facts: This speedway is the first race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup and has also holds the record for the closest Indy Car finish.

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Daytona International Speedway
Daytona, FL

Opened: 1959
Length: 2.5 miles
Capacity: 167,785

Facts: Daytona is arguably the most famous race track in the world, and was designed and built by Bill France, Sr., the founder of NASCAR.

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Dover International Speedway
Dover, DE

Opened: 1969
Length: 1 mile
Capacity: 113,000

Facts: Nicnamed "The Monster Mile," Dover Speedway is famous for its huge concrete mascot named Miles The Monster, which is featured on trophies won at the track.

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Evergreen Speedway
Monroe, WA

Opened: 1967
Length: 5/8 of a mile
Capacity: 15,000

Facts: Evergreen is the only NASCAR track in Washington State and is considered the premiere short track on the West Coast.

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Homestead-Miami Speedway
Homestead, FL

Opened: 1995
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 65,000

Facts: Homestead hosts the championship races for all three of NASCAR's racing series.  It's also famous for its classic south Florida Art Deco architecture.

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis, IN

Opened: 1909
Length: 2.5 miles
Capacity: 257,325

Facts: Indianapolis is the original speedway-style track, has hosted more than 248 automobile races in its history, and is considered the largest capacity stadium-type facility in the world.

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Kansas Speedway
Kansas City, KS

Opened: 2001
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 72,000

Facts: Kansas Speedway is a major stop on the NASCAR circuit and has recently undergone extensive renovations.

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Kentucky Speedway
Sparta, KY

Opened: 2000
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 107,000

Facts: This speedway is a major stop on the NASCAR circuit and boasts the best track in the central Ohio Valley.

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Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas, NV

Opened: 1971
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 142,000

Facts: The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is a major stop on the NASCAR circuit and features several road courses.

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Michigan International Speedway
Brooklyn, MI

Opened: 1968
Length: 2 miles
Capacity: 85,000

Facts: This is the fastest track in NASCAR because of wide corners and long straightaways so if you're looking for speed, this is the spot!

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Myrtle Beach Speedway
Myrtle Beach, SC

Opened: 1958
Length: .538 of a mile

Facts: This speedway has been a popular training ground for NASCAR greats like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon.

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New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Loudon, NH

Opened: 1990
Length: 1.6 miles
Capacity: 93,521

Facts: Nicknamed "The Magic Mile," this motor speedway plays host to NASCAR racing events as well as the oldest motorcycle race in North America.

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Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZ

Opened: 1964
Length: 1 mile
Capacity: 67,000

Facts: Because PIR is situated next to the Estrella Mountains, Monument Hill is a popular place to view two NASCAR races that come to Phoenix every year.

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Pocono Raceway
Long Pond, PA

Opened: 1971
Length: 2.5 miles
Capacity: 76,812

Facts: Dubbed "The Tricky Triangle," Pocono Raceway is a unique, triangular track and features different banks on each turn, making it one of the most challenging tracks in NASCAR.

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Richmond International Raceway
Richmond, VA

Opened: 1946
Length: 3/4 of a mile
Capacity: 97,912

Facts: Known as "America's Premier Short Track," Richmond is the only track in the U.S. to host every single race event under the lights.  The track also sold out 33 consecutive races before Tropical Storm Hanna ended the streak in 2008.

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Talladega Superspeedway
Lincoln, AL

Opened: 1969
Length: 2.66 miles
Capacity: 175,000

Facts: Perhaps one of the most famous tracks in America, Talladega was built by NASCAR founder Bill France Sr. and is also the longest track on the NASCAR circuit.

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Texas Motor Speedway
Ft. Worth, TX

Opened: 1996
Length: 1.5 miles
Capacity: 191,122

Facts: Jeff Burton and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. both earned their first Cup wins at Texas Motor Speedway, which is also know as one of the fastest tracks on the NASCAR circuit.

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Thompson International Speedway
Thompson, CT

Opened: 1938
Length: 5/8 of a mile
Capacity: N/A

Facts: Once known as the "Indianapolis of the East," TIS was built by a farmer in the '30s and has since become the site of many kinds of stock car and auto races.

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