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3-Person Jordan F1 Race Car Accepting Passengers

Experience an F1 car first-hand with The North American 3-Seater GP Experience

Annette Carrion
Jul 24, 2013

The Details:

• F1 race car experience puts you in the passenger seat at North American racetracks

• 2003-2004 Jordan GP 1411 lb. chassis with Judd V10 that produces 750hp

• Capable of 0-60mph in 1.8 seconds, 200mph and up to 4.5 Gs while cornering

• Packages start at $999 for a 2 hour experience

Dojupa Group in conjunction with Eric Bahelart and Conquest Racing developed the North American 3-Seater GP Experience for the Formula 1 enthusiast or gearhead interested in experiencing the sensation of a full-out race car from the passenger’s seat.

Jordan F1 race car Photo 2/8   |   Jordan F1 Race Car

The program is designed to place participants next to a professional open-wheel racer in a modified Jordan F1 race car with 2-side seats. The modified 2003-2004 Jordan GP chassis are powered by a 750hp Judd V10 engine that is capable of 0-60mph in 1.8 seconds and 200mph. The 1411 pound race car will pull up to 4.5 Gs while pushing the Pirelli tires to the limit under hard braking or cornering.

Participants will start off by karting and/or an exotic car drive to get acclimated to the cornering, quick acceleration and braking forces of performance vehicle before suiting up with authentic racing equipment. Once in full racing gear, participants will buckle into the Formula 1 car.

Packages start at $999 for a 2 hour 2-lap GPX3 Experience.

2013 Event Schedule:

September 5-6

September 25-26-27
Monticello Motor Club / Monticello, New York

November 3-4
Las Vegas, NV

November 13-18
Harris Hill - Austin, TX

November 29
West Palm Beach, FL

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By Annette Carrion
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