12 March 2004

We've teamed up with PalmerSport to offer you the chance to get behind the wheel of some of the most capable track-day metal on sale. Bookings are now being taken for the Autocar Experience, a series of special track days organised in collaboration with major manufacturers, at which you'll be able to bring your favoured four wheels along to the Bedford Aerodrome, and compare it to some of our favourite tarmac heroes.

So far, Noble, Subaru, Audi and Porsche are signed up, to name but a few - check our gallery for a taste of the cars on offer. Qualified instructors will be on hand to provide track tuition, and members of the Autocar road test team will also be present for demo laps, and to compare notes. If you're got some memorable track action in mind this summer, the days can be booked using the button at the top right of our home page. Further information is also available in our Track Day Diary.

Reserve your place now. See you there!

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