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Racetrack Performance Driving Day
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Drive your car at Sandown International Raceway and learn what performance driving is all about.

  • Qualified high performance driving instructors
  • A minimum of 20 minutes free lapping time per hour
  • Safety crew including a fully equipped First Intervention Vehicle FIV
  • Flag marshals, lunch and refreshments
  • Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card

There's no better way to experience Sandown's high-speed track than from the seat of your car.

You have access to qualified, high-performance driving instructors who can offer advice on how best to hone your skills from the moment you arrive.  They also know a thing or two about the track, including the best racing lines, braking and acceleration points.  So if you're going to maintain top speed around the track, you'll need to know those precisely. 

The day includes a safety crew with a fully equipped First Intervention Vehicle (FIV), flag marshals, lunch and refreshments.

Drive your car for a minimum of 20 minutes per hour throughout the session from 8.30 am to 4 pm.

Bring your helmet or hire one at the venue. There's also some sleek fuel. It's called Oxygen Race Fuel Concentrate and gives your car a serious boost.

This experience is not affected by weather.

This experience runs from 8.30am to around 4pm.

The experience is available on selected dates throughout the year.

Valid for one person.

Cars must conform to 75db sound limits.  Drivers must bring their own Australian Safety Standards approved helmet.  Helmets are available for hire.

Drivers must be licensed and provide their own vehicle for this course.  Not suitable if pregnant.

Please see the following page for information on our Packaging and Delivery.

Hello The only thing I would complain about is the lunch providedThe pizzas were horrible and most people only ate them because they were so hungry and there was nothing else to eat.Subway, sandwiches would be a far better option and then you may not have as much food left over as you do.ThanksKimmi