If watching Rally Driving on TV excites the rally racer within you - imagine the thrill you will get when you actually experience what it's like to drive a competition-spec rally car on dirt!
The No.1 Rally Driving Experience in Adelaide.
Rally driving is one of the most thrilling motor sports to watch on TV and one of the most mind-blowing motor sports to witness live. Imagine then, how it must feel to be in the rally car, at the controls, on your very own rally driving dirt track.
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A great birthday gift from a friend. Had a blast. I'm an adrenaline junky & Would jump at the chance to do something similar again soon.
A totally awesome afternoon!
Due to the wild weather I thought the experience would be cancelled. I phoned the number provided and there was a phone message. I'm not normally a fan of answer phone messages, but it was updated every 20 mins with relevant information and that the day was to go ahead. I thought this worked really well. Great comms. Thanks matt
What a buzz !! would do it all again Thanks to all especially my instructor Howie, a great teacher
My Brother enjoyed this experience and would definately recommend this to others.
Had a great time,your instructor was top class. Have had track days at Mallala with Porsche and Mercedes over the years but this was a top experience. This was a great 70th Birthday Gift.
It was a great day out. Men are quite difficult to buy gifts for (they are!... Don't make that face!), so it was really good to have this option available. Thank you so much!
I loved the Rally driving school experience and have already booked to do it again. Thank you Adrenalin for making it possible.
WOW WHAT A FANTASTIC RALLY DRIVE I WISH IT WAS FOR SO MUCH LONGER THAN WHAT I HAD I WILL BE GOING BACK AGAIN BLOODY AWESOME
Loved it, it took me a few laps to looses the nerves though. Next time I will do 16 laps, 8 laps isnt enough
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.