E-Type Jaguar versus Classic Mustang Driving
Cars of Great Britain and the USA go head to head as you test drive two classics in one petrol fuelled driving session with this E-type Jaguar versus Classic Mustang driving experience in Oxfordshire. A welcome refreshment, introduction and safety briefing kicks proceedings off before a circuit tour helps ensure familiarity with track driving techniques and the all important racing lines. When you are ready, a 1962 fully restored E-Type Jaguar capable of 150 mph is yours for six high-speed miles of the Upper Heyford circuit. Following a sublime run, come back to earth to change cars and go a further six miles in a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback, the ultimate muscle car. Take home a certificate as a memento. Which was your favourite?
- Two classic supercars - find out at Heyford Park race track which is best
- Drive six rip-roaring miles in an E-Type Jaguar
- Follow it with a further six miles in a classic Ford Mustang Fastback
- Who wins - Great Britain or the United States?
- Availability Description
Runs on Fridays and Saturdays twice a month. The circuit is closed from early December to late February.
- Participant Guidelines
Maximum weight is 18 stone, minimum height is 5'' and maximum height is 6'6''. A full British or international manual driving licence must be produced on the day in order to participate.
Driving might 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).
Expect to be at the circuit for up to two hours. Please arrive promptly to sign in (or risk missing the experience). Driving commences approximately 45 minutes after the booked start time.
- Numbers on the Day
All in-car tuition is on a one-to-one basis. Briefings are held in groups of up to 30 people. There are likely to be other vehicles on the track at the same time.
- Dress Code
Dress comfortably (and warmly in winter) with trousers, long sleeves and narrow, flat-soled shoes to negotiate pedals that are close together.
- Other Info
Each lap of this circuit is one and a half miles long.