Take the wheel of a Ferrari and Aston Martin for six miles each
Drive a single seater Formula Ford for 17 laps and enjoy ten laps in a Formula 3
Then 10 laps in an F1 car in either the 1996 Italian Forte Corse or 1994 Arrows
Get ready for the UK's only F1 driving experience! Start with by five demo laps in a sports saloon, before driving the saloon for ten laps. Then drive for six miles in both the Aston Martin V8 Vantage and the Ferrari 360. Drive ten laps in a single-seater Formula Ford behind a pace car before enjoying seven un-paced laps. Next, upgrade to a stunning Formula 3 single-seater for ten laps. Next up is the main event, with ten laps in either the 1996 Italian Forti-Corse FG03 (as driven by Luca Badoer), or the 1994 Arrows FA14 (as driven by Aguri Suzuki). These 600 bhp machines redefine notions of speed and road handling and provide a huge adrenaline rush! Lunch, memorabilia and a Formula 1 certificate are included on this sublime driving experience.
Runs one weekday date per month during the season (March to October). Dates fill very quickly, so we recommend booking 12 weeks in advance.
Minimum age is 21. Minimum height is 5'0'', maximum 6'4''. Maximum weight is 18 stone. Maximum chest and upper arm girth is 58''. Must have held a full manual driving licence for at least three years and produce it on the day.
Driving could be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions (e.g. snow, ice, heavy rain or high winds) which would make driving at speed dangerous. Please call the venue if in any doubt.
This driving experience lasts up to eight and a half hours including briefing, tuition, driving time and a debrief.
Numbers on the Day
A maximum of nine people take part.
Spectators are welcome and there are cafe/clubhouse facilities on-site. Please note that animals are not allowed at the circuit, with the exception of guide dogs.
Wear trousers, a long-sleeved shirt and flat, thin soled shoes (no bulky footwear please). Protective clothing is provided, but feel free to bring a helmet and/or overalls if you have them.
Availability dictates which of the two F1 cars mentioned you drive on the day. The instructors reserve the right to restrict you from driving the F3 and the F1 if they feel that you are not capable.