The Dodge Viper is no simple machine. You don't just hop in, turn it on, and then drive it like stole it. If you do that, you're going to end up hurting yourself as the Viper is not a car for those without some level of skill behind the wheel. Now there's a place you can go to make sure you understand what it takes to get the Viper moving exactly where you want it to go. That place is the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.
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Dodge and Bondurant have teamed up to give Viper owners a full-day of professional driving instruction. Any customer who purchases a 2015 or 2016 Viper can attend the one-day full-session class. You'll have a year to do so, from the date you purchase or lease your super snake of a machine. Dodge is not only providing the Viper, however, the automaker is bringing all of its high-performance machines to the Bondurant school.
Bondurant is now going to be supported by Dodge, which means its fleet of vehicles is being swapped out and replaced with around 100 SRT vehicles. This includes the Charger and Challenger Hellcats, of course. Additionally, if a Viper driver proves himself skilled enough he or she can then take the Viper ACR out on the track.
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If you don't own a Viper, you can still attend the session. Of course, you'll have to pay for the opportunity to do so, but you too will have access to many horsepowers, loud noises, and smoky tires. It all kicks off on January 1st of 2016 at the Bondurant school in Chandler, Arizona. Once you're done, maybe you'll be ready to take down the McLaren P1 or Porsche 918 Spyder at your favorite track?