High-res LCD screens, customised pods and tracks like Brands Hatch help simulate a realistic Formula One experience at this Halifax venue
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £22.50 for a one-hour Grand Prix driving simulator experience for two (50% off)
£55 for a one-hour Grand Prix driving simulator experience for up to five (up to 51% off)
- F1 technology
- Fully accessible to a broad audience
- Full event management from start to finish
- Maximised race time for all participants
- Winners medal for the top driver
- Event data printed and emailed upon customer’s request
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How do race drivers train, at first? What about fighter pilots or astronauts? Obviously, they don’t get into the rocket immediately and figure out how to avoid crashes on the day. No, all of those technologically advanced jobs have something in common - the apprentices all do most of their training inside simulations. Now, thanks to this Race Centre deal in Halifax, the technology behind it is also available for recreation. Ready for some intense adrenaline rush?
Based in West Yorkshire, this simulator deal offers an hour-long opportunity to drive a mile or hundred in a racer driver’s shoes. The simulation is built to resemble an authentic F1 experience, including going through the full event and the crowning of the winner afterwards. Either two or up to five drivers can race each other at the same time, making it a fantastic idea for an outing with friends, or even an adrenaline-filled date. One could call it speed-dating.
The Fine Print
About The Race Centre
The Race Centre provides a modern alternative to karting with its racing simulation centres set across the UK. From Southampton to Halifax, the centres' race pods provide optimum realism with super high-res 2.4 metre-wide screens, stereo headphones for authentic track sounds, and a force-feedback system running through the steering wheel. Racers can jump into the cockpit of an F1 car such as BMW Sauber, an endurance-specialised Porsche RS Spyder, or an old-school Caterham, as they compete on circuits such as Le Mans and Suzuka.