Junior First-Time Driving Experience
Prepare your child to achieve the biggest milestone in a teenager’s life – learning to drive!
You may already know us as The Super Car Experience Venue but did you know we also provide Young Driver Experiences on our specially laid out “Teen Track” at Ingliston Racing Circuit? These 10 minute sessions provide children as young as 12 with the chance to drive a real road car for the first time and learn from the very best Advanced Driving Instructors who will guide them around our smaller, quieter track which has been laid out to provide a real to life driving experience in a completely safe environment driving experience in a completely safe environment. People may choose to gift these sessions to their almost 17 year old family member to give them a taste of what is to come, or to even younger teens to ensure they reach the age to drive fully prepared for the lessons ahead of them. If your child already has driven for the first time, why don’t you treat them to one of our junior supercar driving experiences?
Sessions will take place using one of our fleet of dual controlled, road legal learner cars (not a supercar) and sitting in the passenger seat will be one of our very own fully qualified and highly skilled Advanced Driving Instructors. They will ensure the child learns in a highly controlled and yet fun environment, giving them the full “Learner Driver” experience.
Our Young Driver Experience sessions take place on our dedicated “Teen Track” to ensure the road is clear and quiet and allows the learner to go at their own pace. The track will be set up to mimic a real road driving experience with obstacles such as roundabouts, junctions and plenty of manoeuvre practice situations.
Ingliston Driving Experience venue is situated within the Royal Highland Centre. Motor racing here may have ended in the mid-nineties but a recent investment into the track has led to a resurgence in Motorsport on the circuit.
All our Teen Drivers will leave their session, not only with a better understanding of how to control a car and a basic understanding of the rules of the road, they will also be given written notes from their instructor – for those who are very close to being legally old enough to learn to drive this will be an invaluable document to be able to show their instructor as it will allow them to better tailor the lessons needed by the student driver.