Join the GCSC for “A Day in the Loop” at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on May 12

If you’re looking for a unique opportunity to entertain corporate clients, business development, team build with your staff, bond with friends or just test your own racing skills, join the Greater Columbus Sports Commission for “A Day in the Loop,” a special half-day performance driving school, on Thursday, May 12th at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course an hour north of Columbus in Lexington, Ohio.

Check out this video and the information for a look into the experience of learning the physics and dynamics of driving, then getting behind the wheel of an Acura TSX A-SPEC sport sedan to test your skills in high performance drills, skid car, slalom and high-speed braking and turning. The day culminates with an on-track lapping session around the 2.4-mile, 15-turn road course.

The cost is $200 per person.  Space is limited to only 48 spots available, so reserve your spot online by May 6 for the morning session (8 a.m.-2 p.m.) or afternoon session (noon-5:30 p.m.). You may also order by phone at 877-793-8667.

If you can’t attend the driving course? Join us for the Bob Evans Lap & Lunch from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Ride around the race track at speed with a professional driver. Get your picture taken with a car and enjoy lunch.  The cost is $50 per person.  Reserve your space online or call 877-793-8667. 

All proceeds benefit the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, a non-profit organization focused on attracting sporting events to Columbus. For more information or any questions about “A Day in the Loop,” contact GCSC Director of Corporate Partnerships, Brian Timm via email at or via phone at 614-221-6180.


About GCSC

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission (GCSC) was formed in June 2002 to provide leadership, guidance and marketing expertise in attracting regional, national and international sporting events and activities to bolster Greater Columbus economically and socially. Since its inception, GCSC has bid on and brought more than 150 new sporting events to Columbus that have generated an estimated $150 million in visitor spending. The GCSC also works to retain annual bid events that have generated an additional $100 million in visitor spending.
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