Ford’s Focus RS has proved an astonishingly successful ‘superhatch’ since its debut a couple of years ago. With over 300bhp from its turbocharged engine and truly unbelievable handling, it’s proved so popular as our hot lap circuit ‘taxi’, that we are now offering the chance to get behind it’s wheel and drive it either on it’s own, or together with a range of Supercars! Makes a fantastic gift!
Ever wanted to be a passenger in an F1 car? Quite simply, the nearest experience to it will be riding as a passenger in 6th Gear’s Radical SR3 Supersport race car driven by an expert Race Instructor.
Please advise the lucky recipient not to eat before getting in the Radical!
The Ford Motor Company is an American multi-national car maker with its headquarters based in Michigan. It was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford. He was only 39 when he founded the company, Ford Motor Company went on to be one of the largest, and most profitable companies in the world. It has been in family control for over 100 years, and again is one of the largest family run businesses in the world. Henry’s great grandson, William Clay Ford Jnr is currently the companies Executive Chairman. Ford once owned five other luxury car brands: Volvo, Land Rover, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Mercury. Over time, these brands were sold to other companies, and Mercury was discontinued.
To this day, Ford is still a very popular car used for everyday life. Why not try one out with one of our experiences?
Radical Sportscars is a British manufacturer and constructor of racing cars. Founded in 1997, amateur drivers and engineers Mick Hyde and Phil Abbott built open cockpit Sportscars that could be registered for road use and on tracks without modification. Radical set out to create a new sportscar offering drivers unbeatable performance with a realistic price tag. Although most of Radical's sportscars are road legal, they also manufacturer purpose built racing cars, such as the SR3. The company’s first car, the Radical 1100 Clubsport, was influenced by the Kawasaki motorbike, with an engine placed inside a small open-cockpit chassis
With a European champion flying one lucky passenger around the course, what more could any thrill seeker want!