Jaguar E-Type vs Austin Healey Driving and Hot Ride
Drive a couple of all time greats with this fantastic Jaguar E-type versus Austin Healey 3000 driving experience in Oxfordshire. Kick off with a safety briefing with a fully qualified instructor, before hitting the track for a demonstration lap, getting familiarised with racing lines and essential driving techniques. Once ready, hop into the driving seat of the iconic Jaguar E-type for six breathtaking laps of the one mile circuit, followed by a further six laps driving the much admired Austin Healey 3000. Find out first-hand why these two cars are so legendary and choose a favourite, if you can. To finish, hold on tight as a professional instructor takes the wheel of a hot hatch to drive you around the circuit at spine-tingling speeds.
- Drive two British legends on one amazing experience
- Enjoy six laps of the circuit in the Jaguar E-Type
- Go a further six laps in the Austin Healey
- Hold on for a high-speed passenger ride in a hot hatch
- Availability Description
At least one Friday or Saturday per month. The circuit closes from early December to late February.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age is 18. 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).
Be at the circuit for around two hours, including briefing, driving time and hot lap. Arrive promptly to sign in (or risk missing part or all of 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.