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Office Opening Hours

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+44 (0)77 7828 8108 or visit the contact us section.

Booking Office Hours
Monday: 9am - 5pm
Tuesday: 9am - 5pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: selected only

Rally Track

Find out more about the Superdrive Rally track and the various stages that you will enjoyThe Superdrive rally track has been purpose built in order to provide you with maximum fun and enjoyment during your visit. You will experience plenty of speed and sideways action while trying to conquer the tarmac and gravel circuit. 

Your instructors will teach you how to drift the car around corners and handbrake at our exciting hairpins as well as get as much speed as possible in the straight section.

Our track has been specially built for maximum enjoyment, with tarmaced corners in order to provide the car with more grip where you will be turning sharply and gravel for the rest of the track in order to give the car plenty of sideways action.

Don't panic though our rally track is completely safe and if you spin or go out of control you won't crash into anything that will hurt you. Your ego may be a bit bruised after all of your friends see you get out of control and after the instructor lets you know what they think of your driving but that's all! Laughing

Stage 1

This stage will get you familiar with driving the Superdrive Rally cars as your instructor encourages you to conquer rally handling and technique before speed.


Stage 2

Now that you have gotten to grips with the Rally Car and how it handles this stage will build up your speed and introduce more sideways action in this longer stage.


Stage 3

By this point you will be an old Rally Pro with improving rallying technique and increasing confidence in what you are doing. For Stage 3 then.... more speed!! This is the fastest stage at Superdrive, travelling at speeds of 60-70mph sideways.