6 February 2004

Audi is offering drivers the chance to test the limits of its fastest production cars at the home of British motorsport - and you don't have to buy a car to qualify. As of next month, anyone over the age of 21, and holding a UK licence with fewer than nine points, will be able to attend the Audi Driving Experience. This high performance driving course will be held on Silverstone's Stowe circuit, and entitles the entrant to turns at the wheel of the 250bhp V6-powered TT coupé, 350bhp S4 saloon, and the mighty 450bhp twin-turbocharged RS6 wagon.

The one-day event costs £349; it includes a full briefing, sessions explaining track theory, and six sittings behind the wheel which cover techniques from controlling understeer to fast lane changes and effective braking.

Once completed, the course also opens doors to more exotic drives organised by Audi, such as ice driving in Finland, and tacking Germany's legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife circuit. More info on the driving experiences can be found on Audi’s website.

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