Go Full Throttle at The SRT Track Experience

SRT Track Experience

Are you considering an SRT® vehicle purchase, but felt your test drive was too short? Are you already an SRT® vehicle owner with the need for speed? We have the answer for you. Why not try out the SRT® Track Experience?

Regardless of whether you’re an SRT® vehicle owner or just an avid enthusiast, you won’t find a full-day driving event like the SRT® Track Experience anywhere else. The SRT® Team will take you to the drag strip and autocross track, show you the full throttle challenge and the performance driving module, and even put the pedal to the metal during some professional hot laps! And, we even provide the cars!

Numerous SRT® vehicle owners have already had the time of their lives driving many of the current SRT® vehicle offerings around various racetracks throughout the nation. The SRT® Track Experience is a day-long event that is included with the purchase* of your new SRT® vehicle. If you own an SRT® Dodge, Jeep® or Chrysler vehicle and have not yet experienced the full-throttle action at the Track Experience, you are truly missing out on a fantastic time!

Not an SRT® vehicle owner? No problem! Check out the complete listing of event dates at www.drivesrt.com and register to have the ride of your life. Bring a friend or purchase a gift certificate for an automotive enthusiast that you know. The SRT® Track Experience is the ultimate thrill and allows the driver to push the SRT® vehicle lineup to the limit.

Buckle up and hang on! It’s a full day of true exhilaration at an amazing price. Visit www.drivesrt.com for complete program details and to register today!

The legal stuff:
* Note: SRT Track Experience is included in the vehicle price for U.S. purchases only. New SRT vehicle owners have one year from the date of purchase to use the experience.

Jeep is a registered trademark of Chrysler Group LLC.


  • jono
    Posted September 14, 2009 at 9:07 pm | Permalink

    I have to say, this was probably one of the most fun days in my life! I knew my Challenger was capable of amazing things, but I got to do things that I would never do in a car I paid for!! I just wish I had more time!
    If you are considering an event, be sure to pick a location with a “true” road course. BeaveRun just north of Pittsburgh was great, as it was a 1.5 mile road course; not a road course built in the in-field of a circle track.

    If there were two things I would change though they would have to be:
    1) The Viper is a must for this experience. Not even getting a ride by a pro was super disappointing.
    2) The actual training by the pros was very minimal. Consider making the event 7am-5pm to allow for 2 hours of “driver training.”

    One question:
    How does losing Richard Petty as a race sponsor affect this in the future?

  • newsflash
    Posted September 17, 2009 at 9:40 am | Permalink

    is anybody going to the SRT driving experience in indianapolis indiana on 9-25 ?

  • Norm Kowalski
    Posted September 17, 2009 at 1:09 pm | Permalink

    Why isn’t this available in Canada, where the Dodge Challenger is produced, by hardworking Canadian men and women? I know TONS of Canadians who would love an SRT Track Experience.

  • Niotaboy
    Posted September 18, 2009 at 8:39 pm | Permalink

    I just looked up the schedule, and it only runs through early December. Will a new schedule be released soon for 2010, and if so, when? The availability of events & locations is pretty thin through the end of this year. Will Atlanta, Birmingham or Charlotte host events in the next year? I’d hate to have to fly to the event when I have a nice new SRT8 to drive. 🙂

  • newsflash
    Posted September 18, 2009 at 11:45 pm | Permalink

    i just hope there is a SRT experience next year? i do not know whats going to happen , since “RPM” is going to FURDS next year in cup? what a mess…….RIP = “RPM”

  • Bonnie Penny
    Posted October 26, 2009 at 12:00 am | Permalink

    Hi Norm Kowalski. Better late than never – sorry for the delayed response however this website is new to Canada. Chrysler Canada would love to provide this service in Canada however we do not have the infrastructure to do so. In addition there are geography, logistics, and customs issues that complicate matters. We can make special arrangements for you to attend the SRT Track Experience if you are willing to travel and cover the expense. We appreciate your comments, hope this answers your question and most importantly that your Challenger SRT continues to make you smile.

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