|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.|
Super Platinum Supercar Experience 1 Car + FREE High Speed Ride (Premium Circuit )
Drive 1 of the following vehicles:
Click the information icon () to see more details about a specific car.
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.
Ariel Atom Cup
Originally launched in the 1990s, the Atom is now an established motoring icon, turning heads both for its looks and the fact it is as exhilarating a car as you could wish to drive. Today, the range extends from 245bhp base model of the car through to a 350bhp version. Without exception, each model offers a uniquely thrilling driving experience that is, as its best, unmatched for thrills and rawness this side of a superbike.
Aston Martin DB9
If it's absolute class you want from a supercar, then the Aston Martin DB9 takes some beating. The British-built V12 engined car can be considered more of a quick GT car than a pin-sharp racer, but there's no doubt its relaxed approach hold plenty of appeal. It continues to be a fast, luxurious, front-engined, rear-wheel-drive coupe that will carry two people and their luggage on long journeys at high speed in absolute comfort.
Aston Martin DB11
The DB11 succeeds the DB9 as Aston Martin’s flagship V12 GT, taking on cars like the Mercedes-AMG S65 Coupe, Bentley GTC and Ferrari F12. Aston’s DB lineage, named after one-time owner David Brown, stretches right back to 1950 and includes the iconic DB5 of Goldfinger fame. But the DB11 is the first all-new one since 2003. And if you’re wondering what happened to DB10, that was reserved for a special re-bodied V8 Vantage used in 2015’s Bond film, Spectre.
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.
Audi R8 V10
But what the R8 yields in flash, it makes up for in cohesive design. The angular body is one of the most futuristic shapes ever to roll off a production line. While some supercars can be confused as “some new Ferrari or Lamborghini,” the R8 is almost immediately recognized as an Audi. That’s because Audi’s latest models are all characterized by piercing LED headlights and taillights, ornate wheel designs, and angular bodies.
Audi R8 V10 Plus
At 610 horsepower, this naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 is the most powerful engine ever put into production by Audi. It revs 20 percent quicker than its predecessor, spinning from idle to its 8500-rpm redline in 0.66 second. The pedestal it’s bolted to, a V10 Plus, blitzes to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and wails a stirring soprano aria in the process.
Welcome to the future; this is the new BMW i8, a hybrid electric two-door 2+2 sports car the likes of which the world hasn’t seen before. Despite the eco-conscious demeanour, the i8 develops 357bhp and 570Nm of torque, and can sprint from 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds thanks to its sophisticated four-wheel drive chassis and lightweight carbon-fibre construction. Those numbers pit the BMW very much up against the Porsche 911 and Audi R8.
A traditional mid-engined two-seat supercar, it employs technology honed in F1 racing to make it one of the most exciting road cars on sale. While similar in proportion to the 360, the F430 is more angular, the rear end styling borrowed from the Enzo supercar while the distinctive twin nostril treatment at the front is inspired by Ferrari’s 1960s Grand Prix racers.
Ferrari may have been founded on a series of V12-powered cars, but some of its most successful models were those fitted with a mid-rear-mounted V8. And so it is with the Ferrari 458 Italia – the name meaning 4.5-litres and eight cylinders, with Italia thrown it at the end in homage to its home country. It was hailed by none other than Jeremy Clarkson as one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever made.
Forget the idea of performance you are used to. The Aventador has been engineered to revolutionize this concept and establish a new benchmark of super sports cars and beyond. This car aims to bring the future forward. This is a true supercar legend in the making, which combines the tradition of the Lamborghini brand with a level of innovation which takes the House of the Raging Bull to hitherto unexplored territory.
The Lamborghini Huracán is the perfect fusion of technology and design. With its crisp, streamlined lines, designed to cut through the air and tame the road, you'll get a thrill just by looking at it. The only thing better than taking in this beauty from a distance is actually touching it. The finest Italian craftsmanship lavished on finishes of unprecedented prestige and quality.
Lamborghini Perfomante LP-570
The Lamborghini Performante is an impressive supercar with carbon fibre parts inside and out for extra lightweight agility. Compared to the LP560, the Performante is quicker off the line and accelerates quicker giving the driver a taste of speed.
Some cars only entertain when they break traction; the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 entertains the moment you turn the key. In fact, scrub that – the LP 560 entertains the moment you look at it. This is one of the automotive experiences of our times.
At launch the McLaren 570S represented a toe dipped into new waters, it’s the forerunner of McLaren’s everyday Sports Series line up - from a manufacturer historically linked with high-performance supercars. This is a seriously fast machine, it is powered by the 3.8-litre V8 used in all McLarens. It has two turbochargers, which help deliver a surge of acceleration in the middle of the rev range.
The amazing new McLaren 720S has an all-new body design with gullwing doors and lots of concealed vents and ducts for a smooth appearance. The bi-turbo V8 engine is bigger at 4.0-litres, developing a monster 710bhp and the suspension. In short, it’s not just a new look, it’s a faster, more capable car. And it features a drift-mode, too. Could this car get any cooler?
The fastest car down an unknown road. The R35 Nissan GT-R is Nissan’s finest hour. A four-seater two-door with a decent boot and four-wheel drive that’s mightily rear-biased. Bolt that to a suite of electronic cleverness that’ll boggle whatever’s left of your mind, and you’ve got a legend that reliably minces cars twice the price. A true supercar beater!
Nissan GTR Gen 3
The R35 Nissan GT-R 600bhp Gen 3 is Nissan’s finest hour. A four-seater two-door with a decent boot and four-wheel drive that’s mightily rear-biased. Bolt that to a suite of electronic cleverness that’ll boggle whatever’s left of your mind, and you’ve got a legend that reliably minces cars twice the price.
Porsche 997 Turbo
Probably the most iconic sports car ever made, the Porsche 911 has set class standards for handling and performance for years. The rear-engined layout that made early 911s so tricky to handle has been retained, but it’s been refined over the generations so the car now has the stability to match its jaw-dropping performance.
Hardcore 493bhp GT3 RS represents a new level for the Porsche 911 - faint hearts need not apply. Grip is colossal, and you can, once you get brave, play with the balance - small, carefully measured adjustments only though, please. It takes time to fully appreciate, but like all good cars, it’s one that communicates brilliantly, and leaves you wanting more, makes you want to learn and improve. Doesn’t suffer fools, though.
At any of these 15 locations:
Click the information icon () to see more details about a specific venue.
Please note: Not all cars are available at every venue, please select your preferred venue below to see the available cars.
Please note: Any venues which are 'greyed out' do not currently have any availability for your chosen car(s).
Aldershot is a purpose built test track, repurposed to be a high-octane supercar arena.
Purpose built 2.43 mile race track. Brands Hatch has hosted the British Grand Prix a number of times.
Internationally renowned, purpose built tarmac track. MSV Operated, it is a staple Supercar, and Superbike track.
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.
The Great Tew Estate track is a purpose built racing circuit for track days and driving experiences.
The mile-long circuit is mainly used for Rallycross, Drift, Saloon and Sports car racing as well as Motorcycle racing
An iconic motor sport venue nestled in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside, Mallory Park has a rich racing history
Purpose built 2.6 mile race track. Oulton Park is famed for hosting British Touring Cars and other motor sport events.
Prestwold Driving Centre
1.5 miles Tarmac, 5 turns - High Speed Straight. Everyman Testing Facility.
Rockingham Motor Racing Circuit
Rockingham Motor Speedway is a perfect track to experience the powerful supercars. The national circuit is 1.7 miles long
Purpose built, 2 mile, tarmac track, famous for being a staple track within the BTCC and BSB.
St Andrews Circuit
From Queens Ferry north of Edinburgh, Follow M90,t ake A919 to Earlshall Rd to Leuchars Station
This former RAF Base gives us an area dedicated to give you a drive of your life.
Three Sisters Circuit
Purpose built tarmac track which is 1.47 miles long. Famed for British Superbike rounds.