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Spin a Porsche on ice with an adrenaline fuelled driving experience

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Porsche 911 has 300 horsepower behind it. Of course, that’s exactly what you want when you drive on a frozen lake in the middle of Sweden. Introducing an amazing adrenaline-fuelled Porsche ice driving experience!

Your instructors include Martin Rowe (former Production Car World Rally Champion), Patrik Sandell (former JWRC Champion and current WRC driver for Team Sweden) and IRC Champion Andreas Mikkelsen. Seems like an impressive line-up, to say the least. And we’ll be honest, it’s reassuring to know that you are in safe hands in conditions like these.

No doubt, this experience is for speed junkies. It’s the ultimate driving experience to get the adrenaline pumping. Because you won’t be driving through snow – you’ll be driving on a frozen lake, this can only take place between January and March.

Another perk is that your package can be tailored to get exactly what you want. But the standard ones are usually one or two days. This means you get going quickly. Once you’ve learned the basics, you’re off!

It’s a pretty full-on day. You start driving at 9am and don’t stop until 3pm, except a break for lunch. Make sure you’re used to the weight of the car on the ice. You want to turn so you slide around the corners at top speeds, rather than just spin around in a circle.

The two day experience is even better and gives you something extra; you’ll ride with one of the instructors. And not just around the track: get ready to ride on a Swedish rally championship special stage. That’s when your instructor will really show you what’s possible on the ice.

The primary focus is driving fast cars on ice. And that sums this experience up, really. It’s fast, it’s exhilarating. You knuckles will be as white as the ice, but it’ll be an adrenaline fuelled day like no other.

If you want to take a spin around a frozen lake in a super fast car, get in touch and we’ll get you going!

Enquire Or call us +44 20 7428 3091

Where:

Kall, Sweden

When:

January to March

What you need to know:

You must be between 17 and 75 to participate, even if you can legally drive in your own country.

Article by:

Sian Meads

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