Ready to learn to drift in a specialised drift car? You'll be taught the basics such as power slides, drift control and drift braking techniques. A high revving, tyre burning drift experience is one of the most exciting driving experiences out there.
Drifting is the art of high speed driving with the rear end of the vehicle sliding yet the car being under control. On our drift experiences, we use specially prepared drifting cars such as the Nissan 200SX, Skyline & 350Z, BMW M3, Caterham, Mazda Westfields and Porsche Caymans. We run these drift schools and events at locations across the country including Brands Hatch in Kent, Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire, Donington Park in Leicestershire, Rockingham in Corby and Birmingham Wheels Raceway which also hosts drift championships amongst other activities.
Our action-packed drifting experience days are designed to teach you the basics and help you progress your skills until you are a fully fledged drifter! Drifting is becoming one of the most popular driving days in the UK with more and more people wanting to learn how to drift. You can get involved in some sideways action with a gift voucher from the range of packages below, or you can use our date picker and book directly on to an available date.
Whether you're a complete novice, or you fancy yourself as the next Ken Block, our range of car drifting experiences scale to suit everyone's needs. So if you need an introduction to drifting, we've got you covered. Or if you're looking for something a bit more advanced, our exclusive 1-2-1 drifting course is right for you! With a range of specially modified drifting thoroughbreds ready and waiting, and expert drifting tuition, we'll have you going sideways quicker than you can say tyre squeal!
One question we get a lot is 'can I learn to drift without a driving licence?' And whilst the short answer is yes, as a bare minimum, we advise customers that you'll need to know how to drive and competently operate a manual car to get the most out of your time out on the tarmac.
If you're looking for more information on the intricacies of drifting do's and don'ts, with advice from the experts such as Scott Mansell, check out our illustrated drifting tutorial. We cover the basics of drifting as well as how to star, maintain, transition and exit a drift.