Supercar sessions

for disabled drivers

Track day sessions for disabled drivers

TRACK day company DrivingExperience has partnered with a leading disability organisation to launch a new range ofsupercar sessions to cater for people with a physical disability or visual impairment.

The latest packages, which are open for people from as young as 10-years-old, are designed with accessibility in mind, with the cars specially adapted for those who have restricted arm or leg movement, ranging from single or double amputees to those with paralysis of one or two limbs.

The packages are also suitable for people who are visually impaired or totally blind.

Dan Jones, operations manager of said: "Few things come close to the adrenaline rush you get when driving a supercar around a racetrack, and we're incredibly proud to now be able to make this amazing experience accessible for both children and adults.

"The cars available on the new packages include the likes of stunning Ferraris and Lamborghinis, capable of speeds up to 202 mph which are among the dreams of many. However, these cars have been adapted with temporary or fixed hand controls and a steering ball, and they come with either a semi or automatic gearbox, making control much easier for those with limited limb functions."

The new experiences will be available at three different locations across the UK - one in Yorkshire and two in Oxfordshire - which have been specifically chosen for their accessibility and facilities on site.


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