Why let adults have all the fun? This experience makes it the kid's turn to tear up the tarmac and get to grips with the gravel! For teenagers aged 12-17, this is a fantastic opportunity to take control of three amazing dual-control supercars for ten minutes each! Learn the ropes with helpful and friendly tuition from your instructor, and learn how to drive an Aston Martin, a Lamborghini, and a Ferrari! On top of all of this, you will also get to enjoy a thrilling ten minute rally drive!
Your day begins with a welcome, briefing and safety briefing on driving techniques. Then comes the main event - drive three supercars of your choice for 10 minutes each! Car choices include: Ferrari 360Lamborghini Gallardo Audi R8 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Subaru Mitsubishi Evo The excitement doesn't end there though - you'll also enjoy an incredible 10 minute session driving a Subaru Impreza rally car! At the end of the day you will be presented with an individual driving certificate and your instructor will give you a short debrief and complete your driver analysis form. Please expect to spend up to two hours at the venue.
Your voucher includes a ten minute drive in three different supercars, a ten minute drive in a rally car (a Subaru Impreza), and an individual driving certificate to be presented at the end. This voucher is valid for 10 months for one person, and is available on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, mainly during the school holidays. You can pay for an upgrade directly to the supplier to use the voucher at peak times. All dates are subject to availability. Participants must be aged 12-17 years old for this experience, and if they are aged 17 and hold a valid driving licence they must take an adult course. Participants must present proof of age on the event day. Parents/guardians will have to sign an indemnity form on behalf of the child. Maximum weight is 18.5 st and the minimum height is 4 ft 10 ". You will have the choice of buying a collision damage waiver for an additional charge of approximately £20, but you are under no obligation to do so.