An Awesome Ride!

How do you drive a car that has lost all control? Drifting teeters on the edge of vehicular insanity, forcing drivers to navigate complex circuit layouts without the luxury of traction. Smoke billows from the rear tyres as the car slides sideways through a turn, threatening to either lose hard-won momentum or spin out entirely. If you think you’ve got what it takes, get behind the wheel and harness the chaos.

Thrilling to Take Part In

If you like a bit of anarchy and disorder in your life, drifting is the sport for you. With a very fine line between too much and too little, professional drifters are capable of one of the most contradictory feats in the discipline – controlling a car that has lost all grip on the road. Alternating pressure on the throttle and manic bouts of counter-steering make it possible to negotiate even the tightest tracks if you’re mad enough to try.

If you like a bit of disorder and chaos and if there is a little ASBO in you, then drifting could very well be your outlet. Just like these guys

Terry Larkin 37 – Colchester

Whatever you do, make sure you book a passenger ride. These guys are off their trollies

Mark Sterliero, 29 – Coventry

Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Ariel Atom all in one day. This was one of the most memorable moments of my life

Marie Joyle, 25 – Bath

What a treat!! Little me driving and speeding in a lorry, I can’t explain how awesome that felt. An unusual gift from my boyfriend, probably the only thing he has ever got right and even then he did so by accident, lol

Tessa Howler, 31 – Wiltshire

I didn’t know what to expect but that wouldn’t have made a difference any way. I never would have expected that much speed and power from anything

Sanjeev Rezwan Patel, 22 - Leeds

It doesn’t get much better than Drifting! It’s crazy and I love crazy. It’s loud too…

Laffy Brimiener, 18 – East London

I can’t quite believe I just spent the morning screaming the lungs out of a Formula Renault Single Seater. This is nuts! Still pinching myself

Sam Fields, 35 – Leicester

These cars are quite brutish, right from the off. Just the sound of the engine starting was an excitement. How do they get away with letting ordinary folk like me in a Lamborghini? This is insane and I am going to do it again and again.

Jane Dansford, 24 – Birmingham

Bought a Passenger Ride for my Grandmother, she is 72. Now she won’t stop talking about it. Going to have to book for Grandad now as is silence is heard loud and clear.

Tumpa Emula, 41 - London

Hard to explain the speed, power, noise and emotion in a sentence. You just have to feel it for yourself to truly grasp the shear thrill of these driving experiences.

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