How long does it take?
The half day rally driving experience lasts approximately 3 hours and the full day rally driving experience approximately 6 hours.
When can I do the rally driving experience?
This experience is available throughout the year, generally 3-4 days a month, at weekends and occasionally weekdays.
Can friends and family come and watch me drive?
Absolutely, friends and family are most welcome at no extra cost and in fact, we'd ask that you do bring someone along to assist disabled rally drivers in and out of the car.
What should I wear / bring?
You should wear flat soled shoes/trainers and comfortable clothing appropriate to the time of year.
Do I need to hold a driving licence or have driven a car before?
Yes, a Full UK driving licence is required.
- Drivers must have good eyesight appropriate for driving. Glasses and Contact Lenses are fine.
- Drivers should have adequate hearing to hear the instructors when wearing a helmet. Hearing aids can be used.
- Drivers must have full upper body strength and movement and the use of both arms & hands.
- Min age of 17.
- Min height of 5’0”, max height of 6’4”, max weight of 20 stone.
Accessibility of the Venue:
- There is ample free, on-site parking on smooth, hard-standing concrete with 2 dedicated disabled parking spaces.
- The venue has hard standing pathways and ramped access into the main HQ building.
- There is a dedicated disabled toilet on-site.
- The Citroen C2 rally car has been fitted with a roll cage, lowered at the door opening to allow easier access for a disabled rally driver.
- Assistance dogs are welcome, but must remain on a lead and accompanied at all times.
The rally driving experience is suitable for people with the following disabilities:
- Restricted Leg
- Hard of Hearing*
*Drivers must be able to hear the instructor whilst wearing a helmet, hearing aids can be used.