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Supercar Driving Experiences for Brands Hatch

Supercar Driving Experiences for Brands Hatch

Trackdays.co.uk will be releasing a new range of Supercar driving experience days at the popular Racing Circuit Brands Hatch in Kent. The new experiences are due to be released sometime in early November and will be on sale as Christmas Gift Vouchers.

Brands Hatch in Kent holds many British and International racing events including the British Touring Car Championship. The Circuit has 2 main configurations; the Grand Prix Circuit and the shorter ‘Indy’ which is a 1.2 mile Circuit that will be used for the driving experiences. The Brands Hatch track days for both Motorcycle and Cars are held on both configurations.

The Cars available to drive will include a Ferrari 360, Lamborghini Gallardo, Porsche 911 Turbo, Audi R8 and Lotus Elise and early indications are that there will be four or five dates announced. Dan Jones said "we are also hoping to offer and Aston Martin and Ariel Atom but this is still in the pipeline. Having Supercars at these two venues will be massive for us and our customers as until now there were very limited activities other than Car and Bike track days that visitors could do".

Brands Hatch Driving Experiences
07 November 2012
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