- Four-hour experience
- Teaches doughnuts, figure of eight and weight shifting
- Three laps of drift circuit plus three or six passenger laps sat next to an instructor
- 30-minute briefing from instructor
- Available in Birmingham, Skegness, Hemel Hempstead, Kent or Teesside
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 10 additional as gifts.
Booking: Required by phone or email to email@example.com, Mon-Fri 10am-8pm. 7-day cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid 8.30am-1pm or 12.30pm-5pm. Must hold valid UK driving licence unless redeeming at Bovingdon, where no licence is required but a surcharge of £39.50 applies. Max. weight 20st. Must sign waiver and disclaimer prior to session. Dress code: must have arms and legs covered. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's website on 13 Nov 2013.
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Petrolheads can get the hang of going sideways with a half-day experience from Learn2Drift. Sessions start with a 30-minute briefing before heading out onto the tarmac fully equipped with safety gear. Participants will receive a 90-minute introduction to performing doughnuts and figures of eight, as well as the chance to brush up on some weight shifting skills. Drivers then get to take a car out for three laps of the drift circuit in order to put their new-found skills into practice. The experiences finishes with three laps as a passenger while the instructor shows off some high speed moves, with adrenaline junkies able to opt for a six-lap ride. Customers can choose between three tracks across the UK, while anyone without a full driving licence can partake at the Bovingdon location only, subject to a surcharge of £39.50.
Choose from the following options for a half day drift experience:
£69 for three laps (65% off)
£84 for six laps (64% off)
Learn2Drift teaches the grassroots motorsport of drifting. They give thrill-seekers the chance to try the art of going sideways in their special training cars and learn to pull off various manoeuvres. Operating out of three locations, the school has a fleet of six cars: three specially-adapted training cars and three high-spec competition cars. Formed in 2011, the drift team competes in competitions at each level of the British Drift Championship series.
Though yet to be widely rated on reviews sites, Learn2Drift is building up an internet following of some note on its Facebook page with over 5,700 Likes. Meanwhile on Twitter they relay updates on new developments to over 340 followers.
Details verified 27/11/2013.
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