This rally experience has it all - it's the ultimate adrenaline rush where you get to spend a total of 24 laps behind the wheel of 3 different rally cars and another three hot laps driven by a pro.
- Learn the basics of rallying with a briefing before you are strapped into the car
- Drive three rally cars with 8 laps in each
- Finish with 3 hot laps driven by your coach
- Receive a driver certificate to remind yourself of the day on the dirt
- Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card
This rally experience has it all; 3 cars to try over the course of 24 laps plus an extra three hot laps driven by a pro.
Begin the day by learning all the basic principles of rally driving from acceleration to braking and cornering. Then prepare for your driving session by changing into a full race suit and helmet. Then it's track time!
Complete eight laps behind the wheel of a Subaru Impreza RS, coached by a pro. Listen hard to your instructor to gain optimum speed and full sideways action.
Then there are another eight laps, but this time it's behind the wheel of a Mitsubishi VRX. Your heart rate will be pounding as you experience first-hand what it takes to drive a fully worked championship-winning rally car.
On your final eight-lap session, you get to choose your car. Finish with three hot laps driven by your coach and get ready for some serious sideways action.
Dates are provided as a guideline and are subject to daily change.
We ended up doing our rally drive experience a couple of weeks later than the original booking due to maintenance works at the track, which is understandable. The day itself was perfect weatherwise whish was so good considering being the end of June. The Track was quite a bit smaller than what I was expecting, but I was probably thinking more of what I have seen on tele in regards to rally tracks? What has annoyed me the most was that we both only got one Hot Lap each instead of three as advertised, and after the event had concluded, I am pretty sure that I only received 16 of the 24 drive laps myself. Im not sure if it was a case of poor organisation or just a bit of a scam?