Triple Movie Car Driving Blast with a High Speed Passenger Ride
Cruise into action as you take to the track in three of your all-time favourite cars. Choose your silver-screen speedsters from a stable of 14 thoroughbred superstars that have featured in top motoring movies! Fans of American muscle cars will be spoilt for choice, with a line-up of modern and classic 8-cylinder monsters, including the iconic Shelby Mustang GT500 ‘Eleanor’ car from Gone in 60 Seconds. Other V8 movie stars include the classic Camaro SS and ‘General Lee’ Dodge Charger from Dukes of Hazzard. For some real racing pedigree, take a spin in the legendary Ford GT40 Le Mans racer, or for some bang up-to-date racing tech then the 650BHP R35 Nissan GT-R will leave your head spinning! Once you’ve taken your pick, head out onto the track after your safety briefing. Three miles of thrills in each car will give you plenty of time to appreciate the cool qualities of each vehicle. Head back to base to relive each mile with the post-drive video. Who’s the car chase hero now!
This voucher is valid for 10 months for one person. Drivers must be at least 17 years old, under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. This experience is available Monday-Friday, year-round, subject to availability. There is a surcharge of £25 to use your voucher at the weekend. All locations have a café or burger van on-site where guests can purchase refreshments. At Dunsfold Airfield, the Southern Dunsfold Track is available at no extra cost Monday-Friday or for a supplement of £25 on weekends, or you may upgrade to the main track for a supplement of £20 Monday-Friday and £45 on weekends. The Shelby GT500 carries a £20 surcharge, the Dodge Charger and R35 GTR both carry a £10 surcharge. Drivers opting out of the damage waiver will be liable for the first £5,000 of any damage caused and will be required to provide credit card details when signing in. These details will be destroyed following the event if no damage is caused and no charges will be made. All dates are subject to availability.