• A stunt driving experience in a Ford RST
• Welcome, introduction and safety briefing from the stunt team
• Tuition of 90 degree and 180 degree handbrake parking
• Slalom high speed manoevres and escape J turns
• Learn doughnuts or drifts and 360 degree spins
• Assessment of your stunt driving techniques
• Presentation and awards to close
• Approximately 30-40 minutes actual drive time
• Allow 2.5 hours on site for this experience
• You will form part of a small group of up to 4 participants
What Can I Expect
Get ready to pull some serious motoring manoeuvres when you go stunt driving in West Sussex! This is your chance to learn to be a stunt driver at this centre in Chichester - but this is no ordinary stunt driving course, as you're about to find out…
What makes this session unique is that you'll learning those fancy tyre screeching moves in a Ford RST. These mad little cars are like a mix of rage buggies and rally cars all rolled into one, very light, very agile little motor. They are actually used for rally cross events and the RST has a big following around Europe, with several RST race series championships in existence too.
But the beauty of this course is that you won't just be rally crossing, the whole idea of this stunt driving experience in West Sussex is to hone your stunt skills and in the RST it's even more hair raising than in a standard hatchback rally car, that's for sure!
Maybe it's because you feel entirely open to the elements. Maybe it's because it is so light to handle. Maybe it's the ferocity of the acceleration. Just maybe it's all of the above that makes this version of stunt driving so exhilarating.
Indeed, it's like going back to basics, making this the ideal car to learn those essential tricks in and that's exactly what you'll be doing here in Chichester, courtesy of Rally X champ, promotional and stunt driver Leo Forster and his team of expert drivers.
It's all about the handbrake turns, the fancy handbrake parking, pulling off the ultimate 'getaway' move in the J turn, doing some stylish drifts and perhaps even busting out some doughnuts. It really is the ultimate in boy of girl racer behaviour that's bound to leave a huge grin on the faces of any budding stunt drivers you know.
And finally, it's worth noting that the expert drivers who'll be teaching you stunt driving at this West Sussex venue will also be keeping a close eye on how accurate you are with your moves and at the end of the course there'll be a little presentation to crown someone the King or Queen of stunt driving and other assorted fancy driving skills. We reckon the gauntlet is well and truly down here in Chichester. Are you up for the challenge?
• Selected dates between April and October
• Height restrictions: minimum 5ft, maximum 6ft 4ins
• Comfortable clothing that you don't mind getting muddy is recommended
• Please wear trainers/sensible shoes
• A driving licence is not required
• Spectators are welcome, free of charge
• Viewing areas are next to the driving circuit, so bring a camera
Anything Else I Need To Know?
• Lunch can be provided by the venue and will have to confirmed when booking
• Hot drinks and snacks are available to purchase on the day
• Thicken Lane, Chichester West Sussex PO18 0LN
From the West
From Chichester to Arundel on the first stretch of the A27 having passed the Chichester Lake on your left, you will pass a foot bridge shortly followed by the Tangmere roundabout sign posted boxgrove to your left and tangmere to the right. Here continue towards Arundel on the A27. You should see sign posts for the winterton Arms on your left as you continue on the A27. You are now looking to take the first available exit on the left sign posted EARTHAM and GREAT BALLARD SCHOOL. there should also be sign posted the WINTERTON ARMS. Once you have turned left off the A27 continue towards EARTHAM down a country lane. We will be an Entrance 1 mile down that road on the Right sign posted FORSTER RACING SCHOOL.
From the East
Travelling along the A27 from Arundel to Chichester passing the Burger King and Little Chef roundabout still heading towards Chichester contine along the A27 untill reaching the following round about sign posted Tangmere on your left and Boxgrove on your right. From here you need to do a U TURN back up the A27 from where you have come in order to get to the GREAT BALLARD SCHOOL, EARTHAM turn off. You are now looking to take the first available exit on the left sign posted EARTHAM and GREAT BALLARD SCHOOL. there should also be sign posted the WINTERTON ARMS. Once you have turned left off the A27 continue towards EARTHAM down a country lane. We will be an Entrance 1 mile down that road on the Right sign posted FORSTER RACING SCHOOL.
From the North
Travelling down the A285 from Guildford to Chichester after passing Petworth and shortly after turning left towards Eartham and Great Ballard School you will come across a pub called the THE GEORGE INN. Here turn right past Great Ballard School itself but continuing down the lane called great ballard school. Approximatly 2 miles down the road on your left you will see a big yellow sign named Forster Racing School.