Supercar Triple Blast Experience
This supercar triple blast package includes driving 3 difference supercars for 3 miles each at a choice of over 20 venues.
• Welcome, Introduction and Safety Briefing
• 3 miles driving Supercar 1
• 3 miles driving Supercar 2
• 3 miles driving Supercar 3
• Individual Driving Experience Certificate to finish.
The choice of cars includes models from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin and more. Some venues but not all include an Ariel Atom and Nissan GT-R amongst the choices. Other venues cars will be limited to classic American muscle cars and famous movie car.
Please allow being at the venue for around 3 hours.
Terms and conditions:
1) Weekday-only availability.
2) Vouchers for this package are valid for 10 months from 29th January 2021.
3) You must have booked in and taken the experience within this time. We recommend you try and book at least 3 months in advance to ensure there are spaces available.
4) All cars and venues are subject to availability at the time of booking.
5) In order to take part, drivers must have and produce their booking confirmation and a driving licence which allows them to legally drive on UK roads. Participants must be able to understand instructions given to them in English.The general restrictions for all the vehicles and equipment are; height between 5ft and 6ft 4in and max weight 18 stone. You must be of reasonable health. Participants suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be refused to drive.
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