Ferrari versus Aston Martin Driving
Choose from multiple experiences
Two world-famous marques go head-to-head - with you in the driving seat. Experience the Ferrari 430 or 360 and the Aston Martin DB9 or V8 Vantage and discover what makes these cars so very special. All models have phenomenal acceleration, braking and handling. The Ferrari's revel in sweeping bends and high-speed straights. The stunning Aston Martins are beautifully crafted modern classics with the kind of power and performance to stir the soul. Kick off with a briefing on driving techniques. Next, take the wheel of the Ferrari for six miles round the track. Having caught some breath, step into the Aston for a further six miles. Drive these amazing supercars at any number of wonderful British circuits.
- Get an initial briefing and learn new driving techniques
- Take the driving seat of a stunning Ferrari
- Enjoy driving an iconic Aston Martin (DB9 or V8 Vantage)
- Choose from eight great circuits
- Availability Description
Availability varies by venue, but is generally a mix of weekdays and weekends. Dates fill very quickly, allow several weeks advance booking notice. There is a £10 upgrade fee for Lydden Hill and Mallory Park, payable on booking.
- Participant Guidelines
Restrictions (on height and weight) vary between locations so please check all details before booking. A full British or international driving licence must be produced on the day to guarantee participation.
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.
Expect to be on-site anywhere from two to four hours. This includes briefing, safety guidance, 12 miles driving time and debrief.
- Numbers on the Day
Up to 30 people take part. The briefing is shared with a group. Other than for demonstration laps, all driving is held on a one-to-one basis.
- Dress Code
Wear trousers, a long-sleeved shirt and narrow, flat-soled shoes, as the pedals in these cars can be close together. Wear natural fibres like cotton, rather than synthetics like nylon.