NCM Motorsports Park to Offer a Z06 Driving Experience Starting in November

NCM Motorsports Park to Offer a Z06 Driving Experience Starting in November

If you’ve ever thought about how much fun it would be to own a 2023 Corvette Z06 but are daunted by the long waiting list at your dealer, the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park has just the answer for you.

The MSP announced this week that it will be adding two 2023 Z06 Corvettes to its fleet, becoming the first and only commercialized track in America to offer such consumer facing-driving experiences.

Guests will be able “to experience the power and performance of this amazing vehicle” by driving four laps above highway speeds in a lead/follow format around the 3.2-mile, 23-turn track. Also available will be a Fast Pack with a Zero to Sixty launch on the straightaway and a Hot Lap driven by an MSP professional – aimed to showcase the 670-horsepower, 8600 rpm redline Z06’s performance capabilities “in a safe and fun environment.”

“We pride ourselves on delivering world-class experiences to our guests,” says Greg Waldon, Executive Director of the NCM Motorsports Park. “By adding the Z06s to our fleet, we’re taking our services to the next level. Being the first track in the nation to offer this kind of experience is special, and we look forward to thrilling Corvette enthusiasts and car lovers from across the country.”


The nearby Bowling Green Assembly Plant will be building the two Z06s later this month, and they’re expected to be ready for the public for Touring Laps starting in November.

Enthusiasts can also help choose which Z06 will receive a custom-designed Mobil 1 wrap in a contest that will open to the public on social media later this week. The wraps theme and the final design will also be determined by voting.

If you’re interested in driving a Z06 at the MSP, a waiting list has been started to book Touring Laps at

The Z06s will join other C8 Corvette driving experiences, track rentals for personal vehicle driving and racing, and high-speed go-karts, along with group karting and corporate and private events.


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