Founding racer with 12 years of tuition experience
Uses 2012 Flying Fish Marlin II crafts
Crafts can go over 40mph
Range of circuits across the UK
Hovercraft training plus five or ten laps at helm
North Weald Airfield location
Includes 20 to 30-minute training and safety briefing
No prior experience needed
Safety equipment provided
Quickest monthly time trial receives free supercar or hovercraft session
Spectators welcome to watch and take photos
The Fine Print
Expires 20 January 2013 (Excl. 23 December 2012 to 3 January 2013). Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via www.experiencelimits.com/ index.php/events/hovercraft-events. See website for dates. Limited availability at weekends. 14-day cancellation policy. If cancelled due to weather conditions; reschedule permitted. Must present Groupon at time of redemption. Valid at North Weald location only. Must be 12 or older; under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Must be minimum 5ft. Must sign waiver prior to participation. Customers should be reasonably fit; those deemed to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be refused session. Trainers, comfortable/waterproof clothing, towel and change of clothes recommended. Session lasts approx. 60-90 minutes. Not suitable for pregnant women, or clients with medical conditions that restrict movement inside the craft. If in doubt, consult a GP regarding suitability. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 11 October 2012 at 3.25pm.
Equipped with a high flying fleet of Aston Martins and Ferraris, Experience Limits is a supercar driving centre pit-stopping at their base just off the M11 at North Weald Airfield. The founding instructor, Andrew Walsh, has been sitting pupils in the driving seat for 12 years, training would-be hoverers up before letting them rip across a range of nationwide circuits.
Racing enthusiasts can swerve in for a high-octane hovercraft session, fully decked out in comfortable race clothing. The experience begins with up to 30 minutes of training and a safety briefing, with guests able to enjoy five or ten unsupervised laps providing they’ve passed with flying colours. Zipping around in 2012-model crafts, visitors can reach speeds of up to 40mph, with the speediest driver of the month receiving a free hovercraft or supercar session.