Master the art of handbrake turns and controlled opposite-lock slides
Drive a Ford Focus around a rally stage in Yorkshire countryside
Get a passenger ride with a professional at competition speeds
Lunch is included
Head off the beaten track for a helter-skelter rally driving experience for two in the Yorkshire countryside. You will drive a specially prepared Ford Focus rally car, with the chance to feel like a professional as you are guided around the course by a fully qualified instructor. You will both go out in the Ford Focus for three separate driving sessions, taking you through three different stages of rally craft from handbrake turns to controlled opposite-lock slides. At the end of the session, enjoy a thrilling passenger ride with your instructor. Keep your strength up with lunch halfway through your day and end with a debrief and presentation of your rally driver's certificate.
At least one date per month (runs selected Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays).
A full manual driving licence must be produced on the day to guarantee participation.
Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions which would make driving at speed dangerous. Please call the venue if in any doubt.
Your experience lasts around three hours, including briefings, demonstrations and personal driving time. Please arrive a few minutes early to ensure a prompt start.
Numbers on the Day
There will be a maximum of five people per car/instructor. Total numbers at the venue will vary. During the driving bit, only you and the instructor will be in the vehicle.
Spectators (over eight years only please) are welcome for a fee of £15 each (includes lunch and refreshments, payable on the day). Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Covered facilities are available for spectators.
Wear flat shoes which are comfortable for driving (chunky boots or trainers aren't recommended). Bring a jacket or coat. Helmets with intercoms will be provided.
The venue is a founder member of the British Association of Rally Schools, recognised by the Motor Sports Association (the governing body of motor sport).