What do you get when you combine a rally stage, a Rage Buggy, and top offroad race tuition? The Rally Driving Half Day Experience - rally driving, but not as you know it. Your session starts with a safety briefing and a talk outlining the basic principles of rally driving, before getting strapped in and take on a rally stage that'll allow you to see just what a Rage Buggy can do.
Your half-day includes drift school tuition, racing lines and racing principle application, scored laps and a high-speed passenger ride with a British Rallycross Champion. You can also expect to be taught techniques like understeer and oversteer control, handbrake turns and the Scandinavian flick.
Please allow up to 4 hours at the venue from arrival to departure.
Gift vouchers are valid for 10 months from date of purchase. You can upgrade the validity to 14 months when you order.
Before making a purchase, please read the information in the 'requirements' tab to ensure the recipient is valid to take part in the experience.
From the West: From Chichester to Arundel on the first stretch of the A27, having passed the Chichester Lake on your left, you will pass a footbridge shortly followed by the Tangmere roundabout signposted Boxgrove to your left and Tangmere to the right. Here continue towards Arundel on the A27. You should see signposts for the Winterton Arms on your left as you continue on the A27. You are now looking to take the first available exit on the left signposted Eartham and Great Ballard School. there should also be signposted The Winterton Arms. Once you have turned left off the A27 continue towards Eartham down a country lane. We will be an Entrance 1 mile down that road on the Right signposted Forster Racing School. From the East: Travelling along the A27 from Arundel to Chichester passing the Burger King and Little Chef roundabout still heading towards Chichester continue along the A27 until reaching the following roundabout signposted Tangmere on your left and Boxgrove on your right. From here you need to do a u-turn back up the A27 from where you have come in order to get to the Great Ballard School, Eartham, turn off. You are now looking to take the first available exit on the left signposted Eartham and Great Ballard School. there should also be signposted the Winterton Arms. Once you have turned left off the A27 continue towards Eartham down a country lane. We will be an Entrance 1 mile down that road on the Right signposted Forster Racing School. From the North: Travelling down the A285 from Guildford to Chichester after passing Petworth and shortly after turning left towards Eartham and Great Ballard School you will come across a pub called The George Inn. Here turn right past Great Ballard School itself but continuing down the lane called Great Ballard School. Approximately 2 miles down the road on your left, you will see a big yellow sign named Forster Racing School.