High-octane thrills guaranteed as you step into your heroes’ driving shoes and get behind the wheel of some seriously iconic movie motors. You’ll get to choose your favourite from a stunning selection of high performance cars, from vintage legends like the Shelby Mustang GT500 ‘Eleanor’ (Gone in 60 Seconds) and ‘General Lee’ Dodge Charger (Dukes of Hazzard) through to more modern classics such as ‘Bumblebee’ (Transformers) or even our epic Nissan Skyline R34 GTR! You will have six exciting miles driving your chosen vehicle so Lights, Camera, ACTION! Get ready for the thrill of your life! What’s more, you will be able to enjoy an adrenaline filled high speed passenger ride with one of our qualified and experienced instructors around the track of your choice!
Movie Car Experience 1 Car 6 Miles (Anytime)
|Min Age||The minimum age to participate in a driving experience is 17 years old. (Individuals under the age of 18 need parental/guardian consent to participate)|
|Min Height||The minimum height to participate in a driving experience is 4ft 10in.|
|Max Height||The maximum height to participate in a driving experience is 6ft 4in. (Please contact us to discuss your options regarding this)|
|Max Weight||The maximum weight to participate in a driving experience is 20 stone. (Please contact us to discuss your options regarding this)|
|Driving License||All participants must hold a full valid driving license and must have this present with them on the day the event is taking place. (International licenses accepted)|
|Communication||All participants must have a good basic understanding of the English language and must be able to understand basic hand maneuvers.|
|Clothing||Appropriate clothing and footwear must be worn at all times during the event.|
|Health||Participants must be in good health and must wear glasses if required.|
|Drinking||Individuals who are under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate.|
|Vouchers||Vouchers hold a 12-month validity period, unless otherwise stated.|
|Expiration Date||Experiences must be booked and taken before the expiry date of the voucher.|
|Book Ahead||We do ask that you book a minimum of 8 weeks in advance.|
|Cancellation Cover||Cancelation cover can be purchased separately, this covers you in the instance of death in the immediate family, breakdown on the way to an event or illness on the day.|
|Availability||All experiences are subject to availability with regards to cars, date and venue.|
|Weather||We still operate during adverse weather; however we hold the right to cancel an experience if the weather is too severe.|
|Spectators||Spectators are welcome at all our venues.|
|Under Sixteens||Individuals under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.|
|Our Dates||Most experiences are available February to November.|
|Insurance||When attending an experience with ourselves you are fully insured to drive our cars however you may be liable for the excess payment if any claim needs to be made due to damage on the vehicles. It is advised that participants purchase a waiver indemnity that is offered to them at the time of booking and on the day.|
Drive 1 of the following vehicles:
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Please note: Some cars are only available at specific venues, please select your preferred car(s) below to see the applicable venues.
Please note: Any cars which are 'greyed out' do not currently have any availability at your chosen venue.
GMC A Team Van
The 1983 black and metallic gray GMC Vandura van used by the A-Team, with its characteristic red stripe, black and red turbine mag wheels, and rooftop spoiler, has become an enduring pop culture icon. It was that good General Motors made virtually the same van for 25 years.
The Audi R8 is a supercar from a dying breed. As makers add turbochargers to their cars to meet ever-stricter emissions targets, the naturally aspirated engine is falling out of favour, and in some ways the R8 is a fantastic last hurrah. From its deep growl at low revs through to the thrilling metallic howl as you close in on the 8,500rpm red line, it sounds every bit as exciting as you’d expect from a supercar.
Ford Mustang (Barricade)
A race car in the original action figure line from Hasbro, Barricade was altered to become a police car in 2007's live action film Transformers from director Michael Bay. His alternate form of a Saleen-Modified Ford Mustang Police Cruiser, makes him similar in appearance to the Autobot Prowl.
Chevrolet Camaro/Pontiac Firebird (Bumblebee)
Bumblebee is a fictional character from the Transformers franchise. In most incarnations, Bumblebee is a small, yellow (with black stripes) Autobot with most of his alternative vehicle modes inspired by several generations of the Chevrolet Camaro/Pontiac Firebird muscle cars (with the live-action film versions being real Camaros: the original vehicle mode was based on a Volkswagen Beetle).
Shelby Mustang GT500 (Eleanor)
Eleanor, the 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 from the film Gone in Sixty Seconds - widely recognised as one of Hollywood's most iconic film cars of the 21st century. With all the cars in the film referred to as female names to hide their identities from the police, Eleanor was described as the main character's 'unicorn' — the one he failed to steal on a number of occasions. A rarity in its own right, just 300 GT500 Shelby Mustangs were ever built.
F&F Mk1 Escort
The Ford Escort Mk1 has proven to be an iconic classic, for its simplicity, neat appearance and excellent performance and economy (more so in the larger-engined cars) meant it became Ford's best-selling car in the UK behind the Cortina. Featuring in the Fast & Furious 6 film, with Paul Walker, this car is even more spectacular, with it's wide-body stance and custom paint job, not to mention the more powerful 2-litre red-top engine.
Built to take on, and beat, Ferrari in endurance racing, the GT40 is one of the greatest ever Fords. This car became an icon when it ended Ferrari's dominance in 1966 in the Le Mans 24 hour race. With it's sleek design, and unmistakeable 'Gulf' colours, we are proud to offer this truly authentic example with the genuie Ford Racing Engine.
Dodge Charger (The General Lee)
The General Lee is the name given to a 1969 Dodge Charger driven in the television series The Dukes of Hazzard by the Duke boys, Bo and Luke, along with cousins Coy and Vance. The Dukes of Hazzard ran 147 episodes over 7 seasons and over 300 of 1969 Chargers were destroyed in filming.
Pontiac Trans-Am (Knight Rider KITT)
KITT was a customized 1982 Pontiac Trans-Am sports model, that cost US$100,000 to build. KITT was an advanced artificially intelligent, self-aware and nearly indestructible car. KITT stood for Knight Industries Two Thousand.
Ford Mustang GT350
The 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 is a classic, red-blooded, American muscle car. While the Mustang line was only three years old in 1967, this didn’t stop the legendary Carroll Shelby from injecting a healthy dose of his ingenuity into the redesigned, 1967 model. Impressive acceleration, great looks, amazing street presence, and glorious V-8 sounds were all standard equipment.
Nissan Skyline R34 (2 Fast 2 Furious)
Many Skylines were used for the film, but only six actual Skylines were real - the others, we’re reliably informed, were all stunt cars fitted on VW Beetle chassis’ with plastic bodies. Of the six genuine Skylines used, three of them were sold as parts cars, two were destroyed and one was saved for potential sequels.
The cobra is the finished product of one of history's greatest transatlantic collaborations. Combining a lightweight British shell by AC cars, with some real American muscle in the 7.0litre V8 Ford engine, Mr Shelby Cobra created one of the greatest American sports cars ever made.
Trans Am Smokey And The Bandit
There were four working Trans Ams on the production of the film and none survived the brutal punishment delivered by stunt men who sent the cars flying through the air and crashing into stuff. There was, however, one "promotion" car that traveled worldwide to promote the movie, and the current owner of this promo car actually bought it off Burt Reynolds for $450,000 last year and found the engine hadn't been started since 1985!
Toyota Supra (Fast and the Furious)
1993 Toyota Supra that starred in the original The Fast And The Furious from 2001. It was built by movie prop veteran Eddie Paul from The Shark Shop in El Segundo, California, and was featured throughout the movie, including in the final race scene between O’Connor and Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto who was in a 1970 Dodge Charger.
At any of these 4 locations:
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Tarmac purpose made 1.8 mile track.
Home of Top Gear.
One of the largest airfield venues out there in use.
Smeatharpe, also known as RAF Upottery is a former World War II airfield just outside Exeter.
Prestwold Driving Centre
1.5 miles Tarmac, 5 turns - High Speed Straight. Everyman Testing Facility.