SpeedVegas!I have found much delight in saving a few bucks. Then flying to Vegas. Get a good night's sleep. A good breakfast. And then head to the track to trash the dog snot out of a Lamb, Ferrari, Porsche, etc, etc. for 4-5 laps each. Depending on the acceleration out of the corners and bookin' for a 1/4 mile, you are standing on the brakes coming into an off-bank turn at around 140-150. It's great stuff! YOU drive. An instructor is just sitting next to you to help you through the track as each lap, you get more comfortable with the car, the coach and the track itself.
The rest of my times there. Well...what happens in Vegas.
The place is pretty cool. I go to Vegas twice a year and I haven't done it yet. I drive by it twice and think about it. Maybe this October when I go to Henderson for a bowling camp and training.