$99 – Drive a Ferrari or Lamborghini, 60% Off
Why We Love This Deal
Travelzoo members can't recommend LTF Adventures enough, with one member describing driving the "finest cars in the world" through a "beautiful" setting as one of the best adventures of his life.
- $99 for an autocross challenge in Arcadia for one person (reg. $249)
- Drive six laps in a Ferrari or Lamborghini
- Note: Drivers will be accompanied by an instructor; additional passengers are not allowed. Autocross challenge runs Saturdays and Sundays only
A two-hour supercar driving adventure in Malibu for one driver and one passenger (reg. $899)
- $279 for Thursday
- $379 for any day
- Drive a Ferrari, a Lamborghini and a surprise third car for 30 minutes each
- Includes an introduction and photo opportunities with each vehicle
- Malibu start location
- Call LTF Adventures for specific dates and to book
Why We Love It
- LTF Adventures is rated 4 stars on Yelp
- Members praise the autocross racetrack, calling it a "blast"
- Bring an additional passenger to ride along for the supercar driving adventure
- Lots of photo opportunities to remember the experience
For autocross challenge: Valid in Arcadia for one person on Saturdays and Sundays. Must be ages 18 and up to drive with valid driver's license. Drivers will be accompanied by an instructor; additional passengers are not allowed. Must wear a helmet and seat belt and review safety information with instructor prior to racing experience. First lap is performed at 15 mph; only professional instructors are allowed in the passenger seat.
For supercar driving adventure: Valid in Malibu for one driver and one passenger. Driver must have a valid driver's license, be ages 25 and up and sign a liability waiver. Additional passenger must be ages 9 and up and is not allowed to drive the car. Must wear a seat belt. Driver must obey all traffic laws, signs and road regulations, and are responsible for any moving violation. All drivers must follow the lead car and are not allowed to pass. All drivers are required to listen to the lead car instructor at all times using a two-way radio.
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