Xtreme Xperience to make permanent home at NOLA Motorsports Park

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From left, NOLA Motorsports Park CEO Frank Christian, Jefferson Parish president Mike Yenni, Xtreme Xperience CEO/partner Adam Olalde and NOLA Motorsports Park owner Dr. Laney Chouest cut the ribbon to launch Xtreme Xperience's permament home at the Avondale facility.

From left, NOLA Motorsports Park CEO Frank Christian, Jefferson Parish president Mike Yenni, Xtreme Xperience CEO/partner Adam Olalde and NOLA Motorsports Park owner Dr. Laney Chouest cut the ribbon to launch Xtreme Xperience’s permanent home at the Avondale facility.

AVONDALE – The exotic supercar Xtreme Xperience spent more than three years on the road at tracks across the country, but now, it has its first-ever permanent base at NOLA Motorsports Park.

The year-round opportunity began last month. Rain couldn’t put a damper on Friday’s grand opening news conference and ribbon-cutting, complete with a brass band and Second Line through a series of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches and Nissans.

“We’ve had the distinct pleasure to travel to over 35 cities,” said Xtreme Xperience CEO/parnter Adam Olalde. “Never in our experience have we called a single place home yet, until now.

“We could not be more excited to share this experience … and add New Orleans as our first permanent location.”

Said new NOLA Motorsports Park CEO Frank Christian: “My job is to rent asphalt and sell adrenaline. We’re creating a true motor-tainment park.”

Xtreme Xperience offers various levels of opportunities, from sprint and track Xperiences to group and corporate events to a full-day Supercar Academy. Prices start at $99. Click here for more information and to reserve your Xperience.

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