The Mistic Machine is coming to a city near you!
Race fans across the country can sit in an actual IndyCar or race in one of our virtual simulators to win cool prizes. We’ll also be at select races during the 2014 IndyCar Series, so look for us to receive special offers and discounts.
Saturday, June 28: Reliant Park, Houston, TX (Grand Prix of Houston)
Sunday, June 29: Reliant Park, Houston, TX (Grand Prix of Houston)
Saturday, July 5 : Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (Pocono IndyCar 500)
Sunday, July 6: Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (Pocono IndyCar 500)
Friday, July 11: Iowa Speedway, Newton, IA (Iowa Corn Indy 300)
Saturday, July 12: Iowa Speedway, Newton, IA (Iowa Corn Indy 300)
About the Tour
Because not everyone gets the chance to see a real-life IndyCar up-close and personal, we thought it would be cool to bring the Mistic Machine show car to race fans across America.
Our team will be on the road visiting towns across the country. Those in the mood for speed can race in one of our virtual simulators or get the chance to meet some of the members of our Mistic Pit Crew, who will be on hand to help smokers switch to a unique alternative such as e-cigs.
You can follow where the Mistic Machine show car will be by clicking on the tour stops tab or following us on Twitter @MisticEicg for updates.
Race the Mistic Simulator
As part of the Mistic Machine National Tour, we are inviting fans the opportunity to post their best times in one of our very own virtual race car simulators.
Whether it’s for bragging rights among friends or just for the thrill of racing, you can test your driving skills and compete against the entire field.
So, start your engines! Ready, set, go!
About the Mistic Machine
While the car has had a celebrated history of IndyCar racing success, the retired racer recently was driven by Ernesto José “E.J.” Viso, the Venezuelan sensation who secured top ten finishes at Texas Motor Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2011.
E.J. competed in the GP2 Series for Racing Engineering in 2007. He also raced in the 2005 and 2006 GP2 Series seasons and has driven the third car for Spyker MF1 Racing.
Canadian superstar and IndyCar champion Paul Tracy also piloted the Mistic Machine to top 10 finishes in 2010 at Edmonton and Toronto. Tracy set a qualifying record of 234.949 MPH while winning the Pole at Michigan Speedway, and throughout his career earned the nickname, “the Thrill from West Hill.”