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Rally Driving at Silverstone

Listed under Extreme Machines in Midlands, United Kingdom.

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Silverstone is home to British Formula One, but their purpose-built rally circuit is also of high calibre and far from the standard fare, with different terrains ranging from tyre-slurping mud to rough grit, and plenty of natural and landscaped obstacles.

After a safety briefing, you will receive tips on how to manage your car on the rally course, from coping with understeer and oversteer, executing handbrake turns and heel-and-toe, to performing hill-jumps and perfecting the Scandinavian flick. Then you'll experience a rally session for real, both as a passenger and as the driver, in a Ford Fiesta ST Group N.

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