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Project the Excellence of Your Business Through Our Business

Our corporate driving days provide you with the opportunity to explore and nurture new business, maintain close working relationships with existing clients and promote sales and services – all during your exclusive and exceptionally hosted event. Enjoy quality time while driving and over your personal lunch. Invite key decision makers to a day they will remember for the rest of their lives.

Your Car or Ours? That’s the CAT difference

We have a fleet of track focused saloon and sports cars, on circuit hospitality and support vehicles, all of which are available for your enjoyment and driving pleasure. But what if you were able to invite your clients to drive their own cars around the infamous circuits of Millbrook?...

instructors. Bentley, Porsche, Ferrari 430, Ferrari Dino, Ferrari 575, BMW M6, BMW M5, Audi RS4, Subaru Impreza, Mercedes are a sample of the marques clients have brought to their day to explore at Millbrook. To ensure your enjoyment we provide a professional engineer who looks after all vehicles for the whole day. For peace of mind we work with an industry standard insurer who will issue cover on a daily basis for driving at Millbrook, on favourable terms.

The Venue

Centrally located, Millbrook Proving Ground is within striking distance of the main arterial motorway (M1 Jnt 13), with international airports close by. It is one of Europe’s leading locations for the development


Well you can. Millbrook is not a race track – it is a managed set of test circuits. Safe and fun! Over the last 5 years clients have enjoyed driving the circuits of Millbrook in the company of the expert team of CAT

demonstration of every type of land vehicle. A unique and exclusive venue, it provides private facilities with discretion guaranteed. A variety of Briefing Rooms and Hospitality Suites are available to hire for meetings and presentations.

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