All of our courses comply with the same high standards, so you can confidently choose to participate in our cars.
Working through the various training levels, you can finesse your driving style step by step, from the basics of vehicle control to professional driving skills. Maximum performance is about more than horsepower and torque alone. To harness raw power, you not only need advanced technology, you also need a solid repertoire of driving techniques. To push the limits, you firstly have to explore your own.
All of our programs have the same goal in mind: handing over the reins to you and showing you how to use them. It’s no wonder, therefore, that many of our students have one wish at the end of their training, to do it all again.
Choose from a range of one day courses, or you can tailor a course to suit your individual or group requirements. Perhaps you are part of a group of
The following options are available:
> Precision - The basics of mastering a vehicle
> Precision Plus - How to handle the vehicle and respond correctly in hazardous situations
> Performance - Advanced tuition on steering and cornering on a challenging racetrack
> Master - High performance 911 GT3 RS driving with satellite data tracking
> GT3 Cup - Driving a genuine, factory-built 911 GT3 Cup Car
Please call us for further detailed information.
T: 1800 062 911
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^ The published electricity consumption (kWh per 100 km), charging times (hours/minutes) and kilometre (km) range are estimates determined in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) – see www.porsche.com/wltp. The WLTP is the test procedure used in the European Union and does not apply in Australia, where the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) remains the appropriate test standard under ADR 81/02. Actual figures will vary as they are dependent on many factors including driving style, road and traffic conditions, weather conditions, a vehicle’s features, equipment, accessories, condition, load and use. Extra features and accessories (attachments, tyre formats, etc.) can change relevant vehicle parameters such as weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics can also affect the electricity consumption and performance values of a car. The published charging times are estimated using the vehicle’s charging equipment and European charging facilities, with the battery temperature under optimum conditions and the vehicle having an initial charge status of 5%. CO2 emissions can also be generated at the power source when vehicles are being charged, unless 100% renewable energy is used. As Australian models have not been tested in accordance with the NEDC procedure, the published figures do not apply in Australia and must not be relied upon in making a decision as to whether to purchase a vehicle. Please contact an Official
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