The Land Rover Defender is one of the most recognised 4x4 off-road vehicles around. Its aluminium bodywork along with a steel ladder chassis give it both versatility and the sort of ruggedness not found on most off-road vehicles which makes it a favourite amongst fans of off-road vehicles. The Land Rover Defender has gone under various names over the past 30 years, originally it was called Land Rover Ninety, then it was given the name of Land Rover One Ten, before finally settling with its current name.
At Trackdays we have a range of driving experiences where you will be able to test out the amazing off-roading capabilities of the Land Rover Defender. Covering a range of varying terrain that includes 45 degree inclines to water-filled V gulleys and uneven rocky roads are just some of the challenges you can expect to find.