Driving supercars in England is now optionalNovember 9, 2019
We are not talking about the “golden youth” on public roads. One of the British companies offers rental cars for trips on the track. Moreover, the service is available for drivers over the age of 17 years.
The English company TrackDays, offers rental sports cars. The service is available in a classic form, as well as a car rental for driving on special tracks. But now she is launching a new program, allowing her to drive her cars without a driver’s license and at the age of 17 years.
Rent without rights will be available only for trips on a closed track. Moreover, the driver will necessarily be accompanied by an instructor. The company’s assets include: Aston Martin Vantage, Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari California or F430, Audi R8, Chevrolet Camaro, Lotus Exige 350S, Lotus Elise, Porsche Boxster or 911 Turbo, Jaguar F-Type R, BMW i8, Nissan GT-R, and Subaru Impreza WRX STI.
For renting one car, the company asks for £ 49 for one round. For two cars, the company is asking for £ 95. The most expensive package includes a trip in ten cars with a cost of 409 euros.
A bonus for buyers of the maximum package will be a trip as a passenger to Lotus Elise with a professional driver.
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