Supercars Official Driving Experience

Norwell, Gold Coast Area

This is the only Supercars Official Driving Experience in Australia. Nothing shakes the body like the roar of a Supercar and gets the blood pumping more than a driving session or a ride with a professional driver in a race-prepared Holden or Ford around a race track.

This is the ultimate experience to test the limits. Your experience includes a drive or ride in a Ford or a Holden Race Car built onsite by Paul Morris Motorsports, observation laps before your drive with an experienced driver to learn the track if driving, tips and advice from a professional driving instructor sitting next to you, driving instructors include the likes of Steve Owen and Paul Morris, cars equipped with Supercar wheels and slicks, racing suspension and brakes, custom-built 2.1 kilometre circuit with long straight, sweeping bends and hairpin, certificate of participation, great viewing areas for your friends and family to watch free of charge.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Indicative Prices $149 - $549 Friends and family are free to watch your Supercars Official Driving Experience

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearThursday8:30am - 3pm
Friday8:30am - 3pm
Saturday8:30am - 3pm

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