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Ok here it is at last - I have this booked for Saturday 18th October there are 6 spaces left, it's a 50quid deposit then the balance two weeks before. Cash, cheque credit and debit cards accepted, think there's a small handling fee on credit cards though.


PM me if your interested - I hasten to add i am not affiliated with this company and have merely been involved in organising the day for the benifit of the people going on it.

Roadcraft’s Performance Event Day at Millbrook http://www.roadcraft-driving.com

Only £280 per participant held at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire, one of the best facilities in Europe!


Participants will be divided up into groups of 4 and will undertake a mixture of activities with a highly qualified instructor using the facilities detailed below;

• High speed bowl: High speed driving, emergency lane change exercise
• Handling circuits: Cornering techniques, Over grip limit handling, trail braking and much more
• Alpine / Hill route: The best place to put together everything to develop a swift – smooth – safe progressive flowing drive on Millbrooks Alpine style 7km one way road
• Mile straight: A great place to look at ABS – Traction control – ESP
• Steering pad: A great place to look steering and braking techniques

The day will end with a Time Trial gymkhana style competition using one of Roadcraft’s track prepared cars, which will allow participants to put into practice all the new techniques learnt during the day followed by a presentation and prize giving. All participants will receive a certificate.

Participants and guests will also have the opportunity to experience high speed demonstration drives, this is your chance to see some of the Performance driving techniques you have learnt throughout the day being used at speed. This will be carried out using the Alpine route and Handling circuit given by one of the Instructors using Roadcraft’s own training car.

Registration 8.30am and the events will run from 9am to 5.30pm. A buffet lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.

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Tue Aug 26, 2008 6:36 pm
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do they supply all the cars or do you have to take your own?

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Sorry should have said, it's a mix but yes you use yours too.

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