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The Ford GT is a real race car that can be driven on the road. The road-going version was developed from the race car itself but as 14-year-old Andrew proved, the race-bred Ford GT can really go sideways, when you introduce it to the snowy stuff.
However, Andrew is no ordinary kid. He's a graduate of Monticello Motor Club's Teen Race Camp. The program trains teenagers, many of whom are like Andrew and are not old enough to legally get a driver's license how to race and hoon powerful cars on the motor club's 6.59-kilometre long race track, which is located around 100 miles (161 kilometres) to the north of New York City. The Monticello Motor Club's race track has 22 different corners and can be set up in 12 different configurations.
As you can expect from a club that trains teenagers, Monticello isn't just a normal racetrack. The motor club claims to be a 'luxury family destination with an array of services and amenities, such as professional instruction, track-side support, premium car storage, racecar rentals, a complete karting facility, an expansive off-road course, private race schools for novice to experienced track enthusiasts, corporate entertainment, fine dining, and five-star services.'
So if you're wallet's on the right side of supercar city and you want to get your teen kids to drive that car collection in the garage as fast as possible around a track, then Monticello's Teen Race Camp is open for bookings for this years class of wannabe speed racers.
Also, a 14-year-old driving a Ford GT on snow. Who are we kidding? We're totally green with envy.