NASCAR’s Kurt Busch is no stranger to the art of going fast. Each week he pilots the No. 41 Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas racing in his quest for the checkered flag and ultimately the opportunity to win NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Championship.
This week however, with NASCAR doing a west coast swing and just wrapping up the third race of the 2016 season at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Las Vegas resident took his Stewart-Hass pit crew out to Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club for a team building excercise with the Ron Fellows High Performance Driving School.
Busch posted the following on his Facebook page about the team-building experience at Spring Mountain:
What a day out in the desert at Spring Mountain Motorsports for the Ron Fellows Driving School! You guys know how much my Stewart-Haas Racing #41 team, led by Tony Gibson, mean to me…this was a small ‘thank you’ and the boys did great! The Chevy Corvettes were flawless and performed unbelievable right out of the box.
Sounds like Kurt and his team had a great experience! Here are some photos from the day:
It’s great to see Kurt and his crew enjoying the day at the track. For those that may not know, Busch is the owner of a classic 1961 Corvette which he showed off last year at the Woodward Dream Cruise.
Spring Mountain Motor Ranch and Country Club not only offers the official Corvette driving experience for Corvette owners through the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School, a day at Spring Mountain is also a great place to foster a positive and rewarding experience for corporate team members and employees.
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