Learn to Race like an F1 Driver with "The Stig"
Drive like a race-car driver in an exhilarating weekend you will never forget. You’ll be in safe hands with "The Stig," better known as the iconic Top Gear racing driver, as he guides you through the paces. The Stig has taught many celebrities including Tom Cruise and Lionel Ritchie and has even shown Nigel Manson and Jenson Button a trick or two.
Your weekend starts at Dunsfold, the home of Top Gear, where you will get behind the wheel of a powerful supercar before upgrading to a single seat Formula Ford racing car. You will get personal coaching from the man himself, and you’ll also be assessed on your driving skills by instructors. Lunch will be served at the track.
After your stimulating and adrenaline-fuelled day you will both get the chance to spend the evening enjoying a three-course meal with "The Stig" at a luxury Country Hotel & Spa, where you will also spend the night. Breakfast is also included. Your partner or guest will get the opportunity to either spectate on the day or just relax in the luxurious Old Thorns Hotel Spa.
Accommodation is based on 2 people sharing, and the event is held as a group. Height and weight restrictions may apply to car driving. Subject to availability and other terms and conditions may apply. Next available dates are the 17th and 24th of March 2018.
Terms & Conditions:
• Accommodation based on 2 sharing
• The event is held as a group
• Driving the cars is subject to height & weight restrictions
• Dates vary
• Valid for 12 months
• Includes UK VAT
Next date: March 17 or 24, 2018.
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Whilst at the hospital we were given a keepsake box in which we were able to have memories of Ava. These precious memories are there for us to look at and cherish. Her keepsake box has brought comfort to us all, so much so that we have decided we would like to put together our own memory boxes for other parents who have suffered the loss of a child.
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