The '11 IE SRT8 comes with a $500 Mopar Accessory Certificate...Wonder if the SRT Experience is included in the 2011 sticker? The 2011 SRT Exp schedule is out so it will interesting see how the Challenger only SRT in the line up will effect things? Interesting.
I just assumed the SRT experience was standard (added into the price) on all SRT's, no need to use any certificate.The '11 IE SRT8 comes with a $500 Mopar Accessory Certificate...
Dodge charges $500 to participate (drive) in the SRT Experience...
$500 <---> $500??? Hmmmm? You may be on to something.:scratchhead:
According to the PDF RS posted here:I just assumed the SRT experience was standard (added into the price) on all SRT's, no need to use any certificate.
Thank you.According to the PDF RS posted here:
the SRT Experience is standard.
I too am curious what if anything will happen to the SRT experience now that there will be fewer SRT's built. I thought the experience was fun, I wouldn't pay more than $50-$75 to do it again, but since it was included with my purchase...I enjoyed it. Being the fastest auto-crosser for the day was an added bonus. I hope it continues.
Thanks upgrayedd, that HPDE program looks pretty good!
I'd like to give a try but like you said I want to try an few autocross events to get the feel for it since it's been 11 years.Thanks upgrayedd, that HPDE program looks pretty good!
I also like the link they offer if you want to drive someone else's car. They use 5 speed stangs, it would be quite fun to beat up on one of them for a day...huh?
I have taken my tricked out 94 Miata to Pocono speedway to run their "North Course" road circuit with full instruction for an entire day. This is quite similar to the events held by the guys you posted. I can highly recommend this type of event for those who are turned on by the OP's video, it really is quite a thrill. I still encourage everyone to start with Auto-X first as it teaches fundamental driving skills in a safe and controlled environment.