Track Host (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 17, 2019
It's a great company! Not much drama goes on at all. Everyone is so upbeat and everyone tries to keep everyone else in a happy mood if possible. Benefits and discounts are amazing! If you are loyal to the company they will be loyal to you. There's usually always a manager or lead around to see you doing a good job, or if you're struggling so they can help out or notice your good work. Good work definitely doesn't go unnoticed. I'd say if you love cars, racing and great people, definitely apply!
Free lunch, discounts on experiences, laid back people
Only part time, not enough hours given, business and hours depend on customer numbers for the day
Running (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 28, 2017
Hired me and promised full time and they lied, never went full time , every body there wanted to be a Boss,, Management sucks,, always Discipline, write-ups,,never Reconize good efforts, thought this would be a good place to work,,,Wrong!!!
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 4, 2017
Working for exotics is quite an experience. However, some people do not have the necessary skills for the positions they have, which causes a good amount of tension in the workplace. I would work for this company again, but would highly recommend knowing someone higher up first.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 7, 2017
The turn over rate is huge. The company is black listed from buying cars from a lot of dealerships so they have ro but from private parties. They had a massove loss in revenue this year, and instead of payibg their employees, they spent all this money on what they call the "series", which isnt even profitable, and laid off a CEO, shop manager, and basically the entire call center.
High lay offs, management lies, no consideration at all for employees.
Booth Representative (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 31, 2016
Great job, but horrible structure and management. I'd work there once again if the management got better. They lied to me when they said they'd work with my school schedule, but kept scheduling me during school hours.
Service technician (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 23, 2015
A typical day/night would start with a informal meeting with the either Lead technician or the manager on duty for that day. You would find out what has to be done what vehicles are having problems and or what needs to be done throughout the day that doesn't pertain to working on vehicles. After that you are on your own to find things to do. After the vehicles have returned from the track, you meet with the track mechanic and find out what vehicles need services for the next day. An average night consists of 3-5 brake R&R's and 5-10 tire services (changing, rotation, or flips to extend tire life) Direct management above you as a technician will always fight for a better work environment although as a medium company still expanding expenses are still under a microscope. You will always be able to ask any teammate for help, as they are ready and willing to learn and grow as a technician. The hardest part of the position (night crew) is the hours, if you have a family you wont be spending a lot of time as the position takes up a lot of your afternoon and there is always a possibility of working till the A.M. Like any job there are drawbacks but the most enjoyable part of working at this company is seeing the best that the automotive industry has to offer.
Audi, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston-Martin, Porsche, Mercedes Benz
Lead Host (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 17, 2014
Many different/cultured people visit here. It's fun to learn about them and serve. When they walk out with smiles on their faces, it's a great day. There is some language barrier with management. Can be difficult to work with them at times for that. Can' t go wrong working around super cars.