We offer Driving Experiences at these locations. Please note vehicles vary at venues.
Our closest circuit to London located just North of the M25. In 1916 an airfield site was build and years later it’s now the Southern home to our Driver Training offerings.
Our coned airfield circuit allows you to experience the exhilaration of our cars in a fun environment.
Hooton Park Circuit was constructed in 2006 on the site of the old Hooton Airfield near Ellesmere Port. The track is to R.A.C Motor Sports Association standard and holds race meetings regularly.
Crail Airfield is conveniently located in Fife. This old airfield is said to be one of the best-preserved World War II airfields in the country.
The runway is perfect for a fast flowing, technical and tremendously entertaining coned circuit.
Steeped in RAF history, Blyton Park has seen many changes over the years as the airfield has evolved and changed with the times to accommodate new ventures. Which is great news for supercar experience fans as this means we (and therein, you) have access to one of the best circuits in our current portfolio and thus enable all comers to enjoy the thrills and spills associated with medium and high speed corners and exhilarating straights, putting you right in the thick of the adrenalin-pumping action.
Our circuit at East Fortune is based on the old airfield, right next to the Museum of flight. Approx 25 mins from Edinburgh heading east along the A1. Just follow the signs for the Museum of flight.
This large facility allows us to set out a challenging yet safe track for you to come and enjoy the driving experience.
Our circuit at Llandow is located between Swansea and Cardiff in South Wales, near the country towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major on a former World War II airfield using the former runways as the basis of the track.
This circuit offers a challenging yet fun location for you to come and enjoy driving a selection of wonderous machinery.
Kirkbride Airfield conveniently located just outside Carlisle is a spectacular site. Historically opened in 1939 and owned by the RAF until 1960, the runway is perfect for a fast flowing, technical and tremendously entertaining coned and kerbed circuit.