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Toyota GR 86 will make people drive on performance. It is a relatively achievable, traceable, exciting sports car from a regular brand. So to get you past the first step, Toyota will now throw in a free track day with the purchase of a new GR 86.
The new benefits come from a partnership with the National Auto Sport Association. Last year, Toyota began including a one-year NASA membership and a free NASA High Performance Driving Experience (track day) with the purchase of each Supra. Now the advantage is extended to the company’s sports car at the introductory level.
NASA membership includes discounts on motorsport parts, cheaper track day insurance, free admission to many NASA events, and limited free insurance during NASA events. However, it usually costs $ 45, so you do not get a big bonus on top of the $ 30,000 purchase. The bigger deal is the free HPDE, which usually runs for around $ 300- $ 400.
An HDPE gives you the chance to take your car on a proper racetrack and learn its true limits. NASA events also include professional instructors who will teach you driving techniques and track day etiquette, and help you work up to full solo lapping. It’s a great and easy way to get comfortable on the track in a safe way. And if you plan to make a habit of HPDE, you get the other half if you order at the same time. All you need is GR 86, a helmet and a free day to give it a shot.
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