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Option 3: performance Driver Development Day


- For Drivers of Performance Company Vehicles


Add an inspiring twist to the concept of Fleet training with a full day spent on the circuits at Millbrook. A structured fleet training activity married to the more extreme


elements of vehicle control in


track prepared performance vehicles. Competitive elements can be added to the learning experience, team building or perhaps reward for achievement.


We offer on circuit hospitality, briefing and presentation rooms and would be happy to tailor make a day to your requirements. Share work with fun and get that message across in an exhilarating and fun environment.


Itinerary


Safety Briefing & Vehicle Dynamics Presentation


Accident Avoidance; Forward Planning & Observation; Focal Point & Scanning; High Speed Experience


Braking Techniques: ABS; Threshold; and Advanced Road Braking. Stopping Distances & Adequate Clearance


Lunch


Oversteer & Understeer; Active & Passive Driver Aids; Grip Limit Signals


Dissecting a Corner End of Training Day Debrief


Optional ‘Fun’ Activities:


The Racing Line - ever wondered how racing drivers stay on the track at such high speeds? You are about to find out. Experience the thrill of driving the racing line, under full


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instruction in our track prepared Lotus Elise. Test your skills with 3 timed laps against the clock.


Gymkhana – drive a timed cone course under full instruction. Unlock the secrets of ultimate car control. Pitch your skills against the clock and your colleagues.


Price based on a group size of 3 delegates using CAT Driver Training vehicles: from £350 +VAT per person for a full day session.


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