Porsche 911 versus Nissan GT-R Driving in Kent
Experience the Porsche 996 or 997 versions of the 911 and the Nissan GT-R to find out first-hand what makes both these cars so special. The Porsche 911 is one of the world's most iconic and stunning sports cars, whilst the GT-R is the UK's fastest car in its range, with a top speed of 195 mph and an acceleration rate of 62 mph in just 3.5 seconds. Begin with an instructor's safety briefing on driving techniques to teach you important racing lines on the track at Lydden Hill in Kent. Next, grab the wheel of the Porsche yourself for six sensational miles before hopping into the Nissan GT-R for a further six miles of driving action. Finish by collecting a certificate.
- A German legend versus a Japanese racing giant
- Six miles at the iconic Porsche 996 or 997 wheel
- Drive a turbo-charged Nissan GT-R a further six miles
- Take home a commemorative certificate
- Availability Description
Runs at least one Friday or Saturday every two months throughout the year. There is a £10 upgrade for this venue on booking. As availability is limited, please book at least three months in advance for this popular experience.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum height is 5'2'', maximum is 6'6''. Maximum weight is 20 stone. A full British or international manual driving licence must be presented on the day to guarantee participation.
Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions (e.g. high winds, ice or heavy rain) which would make driving at speed dangerous. The venue makes contact if the experience is cancelled for any reason.
Lasts approximately two hours. This includes briefing, safety guidance, driving time and debrief. Please arrive 45 minutes in advance of the booked time to ensure a prompt start.
- Numbers on the Day
Up to 30 people take part. Briefings are shared with a group. All driving is held on a one-to-one basis.
- Dress Code
Wear trousers, a long-sleeved shirt and flat-soled shoes. Any special equipment is provided.
- Other Info
All instructors are Association of Racing Drivers Schools (ARDS) qualified. The model of Porsche (996 or 997) is confirmed on the day.