Your Junior Porsche Driving Experience
When it comes to supercars, few can hold a candle to the efficiency and turbo power offered by Porsche. Where motoring is concerned, the German engineering and design of their best known marques means they are just as in their element on the race track as they are on the open road. And now Driving Experience offers kids aged 10 - 17 the chance to take one of these world beaters to the track with our Junior Porsche Driving Experience day packages.
The highly popular 911 and 997 models are among the fleet of Porsche’s finest supercars we offer for our young drivers, but as with our adult experience days, there’s the opportunity to ramp up the action and add as many as five other supercars of their choice to their experience with our Combined Experience Days. There’s also a chance to test out the Porsche Cayman model with our Junior Blast experience, or to add a High Speed Passenger Ride into the mix.
Our fully qualified, CRB checked and experienced driving instructors will give a full safety briefing to your child before they buckle in for the ride of their life - and they’ll also be on hand during this to offer their guidance and knowledge to help them get the most fun possible out of their junior experience day. And to ensure their complete safety, they will also be required to wear a safety helmet at all times whilst in control of the vehicle.
We offer our Junior Porsche Driving Experiences at various race track and circuit track venues up and down the country, including Bruntingthorpe Airfield near Leicester and the stunning Castle Combe in Wiltshire, so we’re confident you’ll find one near you. And best of all, our junior driving experiences make the perfect gift idea, whether your kid driver is celebrating a birthday or even the end of their exams. You can either purchase one of our 10-month open gift vouchers, or book onto an available time and date of your choice using our events calendar.
Essential Requirements for Junior Porsche Driving Experiences
To take part in our Junior Porsche Driving Experience days, including those in the 911, 997 and Cayman supercars, we require that all juniors are aged between 11 - 17 years old, and reach our minimum height requirement of 4’ 10” (147cm). No driving licence is required on our Junior Driving Experience days.
Essential Booking Information for Junior Porsche Driving Experiences
There are two easy ways for you to purchase a Junior Porsche Driving Experience on Driving Experience. You can either purchase one of our driving experience days as a 10-month gift voucher or book directly onto a date of your choice.
If you cannot see any dates on the voucher page, then simply e-mail or call us and our customer service team can give you the most up to date availability. If you wish to make a bespoke package, or are interested in making one of our driving experiences into a group event, please contact us by going to our Group Booking page and filling in our enquiry form.
If you buy an open gift voucher for a Junior Porsche package, the standard validity period to use the voucher is 10 months. However, please make sure you check this first, as some Junior Porsche vouchers and special offers may have a shorter or longer validity.
If you are booking directly onto a date for a driving experience, please note that you are making a booking request, and the date and time that you choose will still be subject to availability.
We usually confirm bookings within 48 hours, but we ask that you do not make any arrangements in conjunction with your booking request until you have received your final confirmation email. The receipt we send you after making a booking request is not your confirmation.
Other important things to consider when purchasing driving experiences for Junior Porsche is that the young driver meets all requirements in terms of age, weight and height. These requirements are unique to each driving experience, so please ensure you have read the important information thoroughly. If you place a booking for a driving experience, and the driver doesn’t meet the requirements on the day, then it is unlikely they will be able to drive the vehicle, in which case they will be offered a passenger ride.