Welcome to the latest installment of “How to ‘Do the Track'”! Today, I’m going to focus on the licensed drivers in the family. For the purpose of this post, these licensed drivers will from now on be called, “Really Big Kids.”
These “Really Big Kids” can certainly do everything I’ve already discussed in my earlier posts – both here and here . . . well, almost everything. They can’t drive the Kiddie Go-Karts (I’m really hoping they wouldn’t want to), but other than that, they have free reign to experience everything that the younger ones can.
But, they do have a privilege that the younger ones don’t . . . they can drive the Sprint Track at Track 3!
Now, the Sprint Track is located next to Kids Kountry, and upon first glance, some people think that it is a kids’ ride. Why? Well, it is a smaller track similar to the famous tri-oval tracks (that’s for all of you Nascar fans!) all over the country. But, in this case, smaller does not equal slower! On the contrary! The Sprint Track is fast! In fact, it is so fast that you must be a licensed driver (at least 54″ tall) to ride it!
Really Big Kids . . . this is just for you.
And, unlike most of the other rides at The Track, you can’t take a passenger on this one . . . for this one ride, you have been officially relieved of your Really Big Kid duties to drive passengers who are too short to drive themselves. Oh, the freedom!!
So, Really Big Kids, come on out to Track 3, and give the Sprint Track a try . . . you’ll be glad you did!