Tel 01279 777519
On arrival, you will meet our staff and instructors. You and your spectators will be asked to sign on.
You will then attend a short welcome talk from your instructor who will give you a short safety briefing.
You will be provided with a helmet and will then be strapped in to the seat of the rally car via a full safety harness with the help of a member of staff.
The instructor will show you the key features and controls of the car and will briefly talk you through what skills you will be taught out on the track. An intercom system is built in to the car to enable you to talk to the instructor as you drive round the track.
The first lap will be used for you to familiarise yourself with the track. You will then spend the rest of your session negotiating your way through cones and tyres on the 1 1/2 mile stage at high speed. You will experience power slides and handbrake turns.
After you have finished, the instructor will fill out a score sheet rating your performance in the rally car. If you come back for another session, you should bring your previous score sheet to compare your scores and see your improvement.
One hour sessions run on Tuesday's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, whilst half or full day one to one sessions run on Tuesday's or Wednesday's.
This activity is dependent upon appropriate weather conditions. If we do have to cancel your session, we will book you in for another convenient time.
Drivers must hold a full driving licence. Rally driving is, unfortunately, not suitable for people with heart problems. There is a maximum weight limit of 102kg (16st). Also, a maximum height of 1.93m (6ft4") and a minimum of 1.52m (5ft).
You will be asked to sign a disclaimer on the day as you will not be covered for damage as a result of reckless or negligent driving.
You are very welcome to bring spectators with you, including children who must be kept under strict supervision at all times for safety reasons. Please advise us if you plan to bring more than three spectators. Sorry, but no dogs are permitted at the venue.
Drivers and spectators are able to make use of our facilities which include ample parking and male and female toilets. There are also areas for spectators to view the whole track and a cafe selling hot and cold food and drinks.