Fiat 500 Abarth Owners Have No Excuse Not to Head to the Track

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Free track day offer being made to new Abarth owners.

Fiat wants its Abarth owners to take their Italian pocket rockets to the track. If you have yet to do so, then how’s this for an incentive: Fiat’s Abarth Track Experience is now free. So for exactly zero dollars, you can take your track-prepped 500 Abarth or 500 Abarth Cabrio to the California Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway, Daytona and other locations. Fiat says: “The event offers professional driving instruction sessions designed to maximize your driving skills on the street, strip or track.

You will pilot cars from a fleet of FIAT 500 Abarths that are provided specifically for the Track Experience, and put their track-tuned components to the test. Each program consists of four driving modules tailored to the facility. Modules include Autocross, Head-to-Head Challenge, Driving Dynamics and Performance Drive. The Abarth Track Experience will culminate with you riding shotgun as our professional drivers push our Abarth vehicles to the limit.” Sounds amazing to us. The track event runs until August, and is valid for up to a year after purchase date.

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