When I did it a year ago, they were half-day sessions. I think they now call this the USA XL Tour - at least it's priced the same and the mileage looks like what I did. We started right after lunch with a short talk and slide show by the organizers. There were 7 drivers for 5 exotics. We were each assigned to our first car, then started off with one of the organizer's employees (a former race driver) in a lead car, the 5 exotics in a group, and another employee in a trailing car. There were walkie talkies in all the cars which the lead driver used to inform us of road conditions, upcoming turns, and police. We were on public country roads near Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, but the roads were pretty remote with little or no traffic. You'd drive for half an hour or 45 minutes, then we'd pull over, talk for a few minutes about the cars, and you'd get your second car of the day. That continued until you'd driven all 5 of the exotics. Since there were 7 drivers and 5 cars, each person had 2 legs when you were a passenger in a car driven by one of the other participants. It was a serious blast! I had a great time. It's not cheap, but it's definitely a memorable experience. It was very cool to be able to drive the 5 cars back to back and be able to compare their differences. I definitely recommend this.