Get to grips with the 280 bhp Prodrive 'Group N' Subaru Impreza
Learn skid control, power slides and handbrake turns
Two demo laps then three sessions behind the wheel
Subaru's Impreza is one of the best-loved rally cars in the sport - a turbo-charged 4WD marvel that was born to kick up gravel as you slide into a bend. With 280 bhp under the bonnet, the Prodrive 'Group N' Subaru Impreza is perfect for learning the skills of rally driving, leaving the M25 a distant memory. After a full safety briefing, learn about skid control, power slides and handbrake turns on a purpose-built rally stage. During two demo laps, get familiarised with the loose-surface rally stage and the car. Then slide over into the driver's seat for three hair-raising driving sessions and negotiate your way around corners with handbrake turns to slip and slide around. The experience ends with a certificate presentation.
Selected Saturdays and weekdays around three times a month throughout the year. Dates fill quickly - book at least six weeks in advance.
Minimum age is 17. Min height 5'2'' and max height is 6'6''. Maximum weight is 18 stone. A full driving licence is required (bring it on the day) and experience of driving manual transmission cars.
Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions like flooding, which would make driving at speed dangerous. Please call the venue a day in advance to check final arrangements.
Lasts for up to five hours from sign on to debrief. Each of the three driving sessions consists of five two minute laps. Sessions take place in the morning and afternoon. Please arrive a few minutes prior to the booked start time.
Numbers on the Day
There are a maximum of six people per instructor. All in-car instruction is held on a one-to-one basis. There may be other rally activities taking place on the day.
Up to two spectators are welcome for £5 each. This must be booked and paid a minimum of seven days in advance, direct with the venue.
Dress comfortably and warmly, and wear a long-sleeved shirt, long trousers and flat, thin-soled shoes. A helmet and any other specialist clothing is provided.