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(KSL News) Drivers got to fill their "need for speed" at Miller Motorsports Park today.
The third annual Fast Pass event let sports car owners drive around a race track and learn more about their exotic cars. The drivers travel around the state to raise money for charities and scholarships.
But, the good cause isn't the only reason these drivers sign up. Forty-one participants paid a $5,500 entry fee to go on the four-day tour.
One of the charities receiving money is the Honoring Heroes Foundation, which helps families of troopers killed on duty.
For more information on the tour, click on the related link to the right of this story.