Rally driving occupies a unique place in the motorsport world. It's fast, furious and often seems barely in control. Find out for yourself behind the wheel of a superb specially-prepared rally car. Discover the secrets of skid control, brake control, and up and over steer techniques on a special loose or tarmac rally stage. The experience begins with a short safety briefing followed by familiarisation laps, driven by a qualified instructor. Once all revved up, take the wheel of a fearsome vehicle on a tarmac rally or gravel stage surface, to put your new skills into action with the instructor encouraging you all the way.
Selected Saturdays and occasional weekdays in Leicestershire, Oxfordshire and Staffordshire. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (at least one date per month throughout the year) in Northamptonshire, once every two months in Yorkshire.
Min height varies from 4'5'' - 5'2'', max height between 6'3'' - 6'8''. Max weight varies from 16 - 18 stone (refer to specific locations for exact details). Most venues require a full British or international manual driving licence be produced on day.
Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions which would make driving at speed dangerous.
Lasts between one and two hours in total, including briefings, demonstration and driving time.
Numbers on the Day
There are generally a maximum of six or seven people per instructor. Briefings can be held in groups of up to 30.
Spectators are welcome to join you and venues offer a view of some of the action. Children must be closely supervised at all times.
Wear long trousers, a long-sleeved shirt and comfortable shoes for driving. Any special equipment and a helmet is provided.