Half Day Rally Driving Experience

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

£175.00

Our privately owned rally stage is authentic, a mix of special stage gravel, yumps and hairpin bends. Our instructors are all experienced rally drivers and will coach you in the skills of rally driving in our Ford Focus Group N rally cars. All helmets and rally intercoms are provided meaning that you can enjoy your driving while learning some great new skills

Description

08.45 Arrive at Rallyschool and sample a warm welcome from your host. Meet the rest of the group, tea and coffee served, sign on and meet your instructor for the day.
09.00 Briefing on the basic skills and techniques of Rally Driving and Safety Instructions.
09.30 Your chance to take the wheel, straight in the hot seat, you will have 3 seperate test sessions taking you through stages 1, 2 and 3 of the Rally craft from hand brake turns to controlled opposite-lock slides.
11.45 It’s time to swap places and be your instructor’s Co-Driver, a real finale!
With a high speed demonstration run giving you a chance to experience and appreciate the thrill of a professional Rally Driver’s skill.
12.00 De-brief and presentation. It’s time to assess your achievements for the day.
A signed Rallyschool certificate of achievement will also be presented.
Tea and coffee and time to discuss any topics raised from the day.
12.30 Course finishes.

Additional information

Weekday / Weekend

Weekday, Weekend

2 reviews for Half Day Rally Driving Experience

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Keith Milsom

    Excellent half day Rallying very well organised wish I had done the full day

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    We only built this for iPhone. I suspect a silmiar RC network would be needed for Android phones to sense when a mic is properly connected. At a minimum you’d need a 4-conductor barrel, of course. And there’s the problem that you have a multitude of manufacturers building anrdoid products do they adhere to the spec or not? With iPhone, there’s only one product and one OS. I did brief hunt for a schematic for droids didn’t turn anything up. That’s what inspired my posting about making a connector for iPhone there just weren’t any good how-tos I could find.

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