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I’ve known Montoya since he was a rookie in 1999. Earning the reputation of having the fastest hands in racing seems to still hold true in spite of all the years that have passed. Not every driver could have avoided contact the way Montoya did.  

Observing Montoya taking off on his scooter as soon as he exited the cockpit with such a fierce intensity that it caused me to later ask him where he was going. He told me he went to discuss the safety issues of Turn Three with that less experienced driver. So I used Montoya as an example, telling my group about the character of the track, contrasting the drivers' experience, and what could be a problem area. 

Ironically during the race, title contender Graham Rahal (who climbed within 9 points of Montoya for the Verizon IndyCar 2015 Championship with only one more race remaining) was caught up by that same inexperienced driver trying to squeeze his car in the third turn as it funneled down to one lane. Both crashed into the wall. The less experienced driver seemed not to understand that the drivers in front of him were lifting to allow cars to merge into the single lane. Instead, and ignoring Montoya's warning, he thought it was a great opportunity to pass by carrying his speed into the turn. Fortunately, no one was injured. 

This is a typical example of the content, knowledge, and access our guides have of the drivers, track challenges, strategy, and what can happen at the race. We set the scene so your guests are much more savvy watching the race. It’s not just watching the cars going by. "  

RPM Tours is a professional racing guide service for Pit and Garage/Paddock tours at INDYCAR, NASCAR, and SportsCar-IMSA/PWC events. Your VIPs are taken behind the scenes on an entertaining, yet educational  walking tour where they learn all the factors involved.  

Are you getting your money's worth? Want to make your guests' day at the races an unforgettable experience? Our expert guides typically work in a broadcast or journalistic role. With their working relationships and personal knowledge of the drivers, teams, and team owners, your VIPs will feel like true insiders. Let our guides convey their passion and impart their knowledge to your guests to help them understand what strategies to look for during the race. 

We offer content that will make your guests come alive while watching the race from the knowledge they’ve gained on tour. Our guides know what they are talking about because racing is their profession.

Our services are the perfect resource for

  • Corporate Hospitality Programs
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  • Track Promoters
  • Local Government
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  It's just an ordinary race without our informative, behind the scenes tours!

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What Happens on a Tour Can Occur in the Race ...
"I’m always amazed when something happens during a race that I’ve told my groups about," explained founder Mary Mendez. "I picture them in their suite saying 'Mary told us this could happen.'
Last August Juan Pablo Montoya took exception to a move a less experienced driver made during the final IndyCar practice at the Pocono “Tricky Triangle, a 2.5-mile tri-oval. The driver tried to overtake Montoya in the third turn that narrows down to barely one car width. Montoya had a big moment trying to save his car as he slid off into the grass to avoid making contact.