Penske Racing's Patrick Long will join four other Porsche driving legends as part of an elite instructional program at Barber Motorsports Park near Birmingham, Ala. The Porsche Sport Driving School - one of the nation's most prestigious driving schools - is offering its first fantasy camp for a handful of qualified participants who will spend a day on the track with some of the finest race-car drivers ever to don Porsche driving suits.

The program, called the Porsche Legends Course, runs December 16 and 17. This exclusive opportunity for just 10 people is the first of its kind and is limited to recent graduates of the school's Masters Course, who will be personally coached by many of the greats in Porsche racing lore.

Long will join Porsche legends Derek Bell, Vic Elford, Hurley Haywood and Brian Redman. In addition to perfecting his or her skills during a full day of track sessions with these world class racers as personal coaches, each guest will have the opportunity to socialize with the drivers for a closer one-on-one relationship.

Long, a former GT2 champion in the American Le Mans Series, recently completed his first full season of prototype competition with Penske Racing and its Porsche RS Spyder. The lone factory driver from America, he has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans twice and has nine career Series victories to his credit.