Right now, I have a six-year-old Chrysler that's gonna need about $1,200 worth of repair work. What a coincidence! For about the same money the World Class Driving Experience provides a fun-filled day of driving five lightning-fast exotics, none of which are six-year-old Chryslers!

On the one hand, I could make my family car safer and more reliable. On the other, I can blast through curvy roads in a Ferrari 599. Or a Ferrari F430. Or a Gallardo Spyder, or Aston Martin Vantage, or a Ford GT, or even an SLR McLaren. Oh, what choices.

The WCDE makes this dreamlike situation possible for only $1,300. And, unlike some of the other exotic driving offers we've seen, these guys bring the cars to you. Or at least fairly close. The WCDE tours the nation with its fleet of fast rides, fulfilling fantasies in several major cities. For $1,300 you get to drive five cars for half a day, or for a limited time, you and a buddy can pay $895 and choose three cars apiece. Who else is gonna let you behind the wheel of their SLR Mclaren or Noble M400 for that kind of coin?

Sure, there are limitations. Participants will be paced by a professional driver to keep them out of trouble, no burnouts are allowed, you'll likely only get about 20 minutes in each car, and ride-along guests are for $250. But perhaps the biggest negative is that you have to drive home in your own car. In my case, one that would still need $1,200 in front-end work.

[Source: World Class Driving Experience]

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