28 April 2004

Prodrive has teamed up with Ford to offer drivers the chance to tackle its Kenilworth proving ground at the wheel of the blue oval’s swiftest and most capable production machinery. ‘Drive Unlimited’ is a new adrenaline driving experience. For £195 per person, drivers get turns at the helm of Ford’s Ranger off-roader, Focus and Mondeo ST variants, and the rally-bred Focus RS.

In four distinct challenges, professional instructors teach tarmac rally-driving techniques, extreme car control on a skid pan, and high-speed circuit driving techniques, as well as providing off-road instruction.

It’s a rare chance to sample the twists and turns that have been used to develop Subaru’s Impreza WRC cars, and in a format that, according to Ford, maximizes every entrants time behind the wheel, and access to instructor expertise.

Bookings can be made by logging on to www.driveunlimited.com, or by calling 020 7512 2525.

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