V8 Race Experience

Willowbank, Ipswich Area

The word is out - the V8 Race Experience at Queensland Raceways near Ipswich is the ultimate adrenalin charged thrill.

The choice is yours - Holden or Ford - then you're securely strapped in alongside a professional coach who'll prep you on braking, cornering and handling the track. It's all the thrills of being a pro racing car driver but with safety as its number one priority.

Once you're kitted out in the right gear, you'll stay in touch with your coach the whole time via two-way communication built into your helmet, then it's all systems go as you tear around the track. The vehicle is custom designed so that anyone can drive it, and there's an option to go automatic if you're not confident handling a clutch. And if getting behind the wheel is just a bit too much excitement, you can opt to be a passenger with a professional driver.

So, for the ultimate gift (especially for Father's Day), a treat for yourself, or something for both women and men to tick off your bucket list, the V8 Race Experience is something special to remember forever.

Champions Way
Willowbank, Ipswich Area
Queensland
Australia

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The six lap package will give you the taste for more. By the time you come to the end of your session you won't want to get out of the driver's seat!

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$199 $199
9 Lap Ultimate Race Experience

This is the ultimate package for any budding race car driver. You won't be able to control your adrenalin levels, your heart beat will be out of control and your palms will be sweating - all before you even get in the car!

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$299 $299

For the ultimate experience upgrade your six or nine Lap V8 Race Experience with three hot laps with a professional driver.

Strap in to the rear seat for three laps to see how the experts take to the track - a white knuckle experience that will leave you breathless.

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$99 $99

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