Two day event.
What counts in motorised sport is snappy performance, endurance, precision and plenty of enjoyment, irrespective of whether it’s a man or a woman behind the wheel. Driving a sports car is no longer a maledominated activity, especially at Porsche. It is therefore hardly surprising that the two day Precision training course designed exclusively for women has become a firm fixture in our calendar. And it’s one that’s proving extremely popular.
This is the first rung on the Porsche Sport Driving School training ladder.
Primarily, the course teaches you how to optimise your vehicle control in critical scenarios and how to improve your individual driving style. Both the theory and practical sessions teach the basics of dynamic driving.
The first day of training focuses on how to handle the vehicle and respond correctly in hazardous situations. Various sections are used to simulate the potential dangers of everyday road traffic. Particularly important factors here include recognising in advance the effects of driving dynamics, accurately estimating speed and being able to react quickly and automatically.
On the second day, you will learn how to improve your safety by completing full laps of the circuit, with or without an instructor as a guide. You will also hone your driving skills and master new challenges, step by step, assisted throughout by our highly experienced instructors. It’s no wonder that more and more women are taking to the wheel of a Porsche.
|Prior training level:||none – for women participants only|
|Course duration:||two days|
|Vehicle:||own vehicle or Porsche hire car|
|Training venue:||safety driving centre or circuit|
|Training objectives:||advanced knowledge of driving dynamics and how to respond correctly to critical scenarios|
|Next level up:||Performance and special courses|
You are interested in further information about our Women Only offer? Then please send us an E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to show them what you are capable of: “Ladies, please start your engines!”