Go flat out with a V8 hot laps experience and feel your adrenalin soar around the racing circuit. This is your chance to feel what it's like to be a front seat passenger in a 6000cc V8 Holden race car! Let your driver treat you to an unforgettable experience.
Feel the thrill as the fully-modified fire-breathing 6000cc V8 Holden Commodore is driven to its limits by a expertly trained professional driver. You will feel your adrenalin pumping as you are kitted you out in a race suit and helmet, strapped into your full race harness and race seat and taken out for a full-on high-speed fang around the NZ Grand Prix race circuit
You will feel the extreme cornering forces, sensational braking and the full-on power and acceleration of the big Holden 6000cc modified V8. Your experience consists of three full flying hot laps, followed by one cool-down lap.
You will also receive a personally printed and signed attendance certificate.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
The price quoted is for one person. You will be one-on-one with your driver during your hot laps. The total number of attendees on any given day may vary.
Spectators are welcome.
This experience may be affected by the weather. It operates in most conditions however in the case of extreme weather it may be rescheduled for a later date. Any postponement due to extremely adverse weather conditions will be at the sole discretion of the experience providers, in the interests of vehicle and participant safety.
Casual and comfortable clothing is recommended. Closed in shoes are mandatory. A race suit and helmet will be provided.
You need to sign an indemnity form prior to participating in this racing experience. Please bring your RedBalloon voucher with you on the day.
This experience takes place at Feilding, a 20 minute drive from Palmerston North. Meeting point at the Manfeild - Circuit Chris Amon race circuit is the Ground Floor of the 3-storey Control Tower Building, immediately adjacent to the circuit pit lane and finish line.