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  • Cloud 9 Living's Washington DC Race Car Driving Experiences are your ticket to the fastest lanes in The District!

    Ladies and gents, engines of all sorts are ready for some serious revvin'! Leave the stands to enjoy race car driving thrills like NASCAR and Indy racing — right from the driver's and passenger's seats of authentic race cars.

    Celebrating a special occasion for the lead-foot in your life? It doesn't get much better than gifts for him or her in an open-wheel vehicle! A training session gets drivers of all skill levels ready to go all-out on the asphalt, right from behind the wheel of an IndyCar! Learn fundamentals of race car driving like safety, communication, driving lines, car mechanics and more — straight from the pros. Then suit up and saddle into the car's open cockpit for the driving experience of a lifetime!

    And if you'd rather sit back and enjoy a heart-pounding ride on the Richmond International Raceway turf, just let a professional handle the driving! Soak up 3 or 6 laps of memorable mileage, while a top-notch IndyCar racing pro takes you around the track at speeds up to 150 MPH! You can thank that 600-horsepower engine later.

    Want all the adrenaline but perhaps a tad less wind in your hair? Washington DC race car driving experiences wouldn't be complete without Sprint Cup style stock car racing opportunities!
    Head to the Dover International Speedway to find out first-hand why it's fondly referred to as the "Monster Mile." Train up and strap in behind the wheel of a real NASCAR for anywhere from 8 to 32 minutes of defying speed limits. With flags, exhaust, pit crews, and roaring engines — this is one day at the races you won't want to miss! And for those race car driving buffs with a serious need for speed, check out combo packs that feature both a NASCAR ride along and the chance to drive, all in one day.

    Can't make it to Dover? Indy vehicles aren't the only cars racing around the Richmond International Raceway. This premier location also burns rubber with NASCAR driving experiences! So get ready to cross that Sprint Cup style stock car racing dream off of a bucket list.

    So take a break from your typical commute, hop into a new set of wheels, and put the pedal to the metal with these unforgettable Washington DC race car driving experiences from Cloud 9 Living!

  • Go full throttle with the hottest horsepower ever to hit the Richmond International Raceway and Dover's "Monster Mile"!

    Skip the stands and head straight to pit road for rubber burnin' race car driving experiences near Washington DC!

    Richmond International Raceway is fondly referred to as "America's premier short track," thanks to its ¾-mile D-oval. But don't let its size fool you! This race track's asphalt is home to the renowned NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. And up until 2009, it also hosted adrenaline-filled events among pros from the IndyCar circuit.

    Among the track's most impressive features is its state-of-the-art video scoring tower, which comes with more LED square footage than any other stadium in the race car driving world! With NASCAR driving competitions held only at night (like many of its speedway counterparts), it's no wonder spectators and competitors are awestruck by the brilliant LED screens and race track lights as stock cars zip around the track's four turns, vying for victory!

    Another smaller-but-mighty force in the world of race car driving is the Dover International Speedway. Lucky competitors of this location's oval can expect to tackle four turns (each with 24-degree banking) over the course of the one-mile loop concrete oval. Previously known as "White Lightning," DIS is now appropriately nicknamed the "Monster Mile."

    The track has been a host to a variety of IndyCar and NASCAR racing. Among the biggest supporters of these heart-pounding events (quite literally) is the location's mascot, Miles the Monster — a 46-foot statue, whose unmistakable profile is also proudly displayed on race car driving trophies, tickets, souvenirs, and more.