As kids, most boys (and a lot of girls) loved sportscars.  There was a reason why so many of us had posters of Ferraris, Porsches, and Lamborghinis on the walls of our bedrooms.

While most of us ended up driving a more practical (and less expensive) vehicles, some of us still have that burning desire to put the pedal down on a $250,000 luxury car.

If you are willing to spend the cash, a traveling attraction will give you the chance to trade in that pickup, SUV, or sedan for a few hours so that you can take a spin in one of several iconic sportscars.

The Extreme Experience will be returning to New Hampshire Motor Speedway September 21st through September 24th.

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Red Charlie / Unsplash

Depending on how much money you shell out, you can drive anything from a sup'd up American muscle car (like a Challenger or a Charger), to a Porsche or Lamborghini.  The more exotic the vehicle is, the more it costs to drive.  For example, taking a Dodge Charger for a drive costs about $250, while driving a Ferrari will run you about $430.

One of the really cool things is that you don't have to have any real driving experience, other than a normal driver's license, of course.  They will take you through a training session before turning you loose on the track.

The website describes the experience as:

It’s YOUR turn to get behind the wheel of our fleet of exotic cars at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Book your driving or riding Xperience on a world-class racetrack in supercars like Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches and more! No experience necessary. Our Professional Instructors will teach you how to drive the racing line, as you cross ‘Drive a Supercar’ off of your bucket list!

Sounds like fun, doesn't it?  Get more details HERE

If you miss the chance to check it out this month, the event will return to New England in May 2024.

Can you think of a better Christmas or birthday gift for the car lover on your list?  Yeah, we didn't think so.

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