Rally Driving is an incredible Adrenaline Rush! This is your opportunity to drive a total of 16 'Rally Practice Laps' in any two of the four cars on offer at the track.
The No.1 Rally Driving Experience in Adelaide.
What a rush! This is an awesome introduction to the adrenaline-fuelled world of rally driving in real competition vehicles.
Take your choice of rally car from a fleet of Australian Rally Championship spec super cars, including the Subaru WRX STi, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo, Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ.
You'll do 16 amazing laps behind the controls of two different cars over the rally driving dirt circuit layout. With a rally driving professional instructor beside you you’ll be taught mind-blowing techniques which, in addition to getting the most out of these high-performance rally driving vehicles on the day, will also make your everyday driving safer and more enjoyable.
Finally, to top off the rally driving course, you’ll be strapped into the co-driver's seat and taken for a humbling rally hot lap blast by one of our professional rally drivers, and these guys don't hold back!
This was a great rush. My wife gave this as Christmas presents to myself and my two sons and we had an absolute ball. Only thing was that after 16 laps we were just getting used to the cars and tracks and we gad finished. Next time would be a half day.
I had an awesome time!! The staff were friendly and really knew their stuff, and the opportunity to purchase video footage is an excellent idea. My wife loved her hot lap too! Great day out - cheers!
Worth every cent. My son had such a good time
It was great value for money
Was a great gift and thoroughly enjoyed by the recipient. Thanks
The Rally Driving Experience was Fantastic, what a great day, would highly recommend to any car / race lover
Great time, thank you all.
The day was great. I was able to learn more about another sport & have a lot of fun at the same time.
If was fun
Overall was a really great experience - the instructors were fantastic. The only down side unfortunately was that the taping of my second lots of laps and the hot lap had no sound - in fact they almost looked like they were recorded in fast forward -but never mind, these things happen.
Depending on the day, sessions generally start at 8.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm.
Spectators are welcome to come along.
In the unlikely event that any car is damaged, and it is not safe or possible to continue, every reasonable effort will be made to provide a back up vehicle. The back up vehicle will be another rally car and may be two-wheel drive.