Greater New Orleans has a new track, and Bergeron wants to get you out there. Buy any R/T or SRT vehicle and Bergeron will throw in a full track day at no additional charge* with the purchase of your new vehicle.
*This offer is only valid during public track days and the use of your
own vehicle requires a one time orientation and race control approval by
Nola Motorsports Park.
Coupon not valid with any other offer. Must present coupon at time of
purchase. Limit one coupon per person. Coupon does not apply to prior
purchases. Other Restrictions may apply. Void where prohibited. Not redeemable for cash or for additional discounts.
If you love to drive and enjoy the acceleration, handling, and braking performance of your vehicle, then you will most certainly benefit from doing a track day. A Nola Motorsports Park track day is safe and fun and not a race or a competition, but simply a street environment where you can improve your driving and perhaps racing skills as well. You will not have to worry about head on collisions with a drunk driver, road hogging eighteen wheelers, potholes, blind curves, and other hazardous distractions. Rather you will learn about your car's peak performance and handling alongside other motorsports enthusiasts. Don't be one of those drivers that makes up a common excuse for not taking a track day. Here are a couple we've heard out on the street:
I don't have enough experience... how else do you get real track and performance experience in a public road environment without risks and distractions that can potentially take your keys away?
My car's too old or too new... it's either well broken in and wants to be opened up, or your new vehicle needs it, so put 500 easy miles on your new ride and head out to Nola to test it out.
It costs too much... it's much cheaper than a speeding ticket, but if you buy an R/T or SRT from Bergeron your track day is on us.
I don't want to crash... you are far less likely to get into an accident with fewer distractions and threats in a controlled environment like Nola and you can always go at your own pace. It's not a race... unless you want it to be.