Grand prix

Please note

Only drivers aged 16+ can take part in grand prix and endurance races (all 16/17 yr olds must have parental consent form signed by their parent/guardian).

All participants should wear flat soled footwear, e.g. trainers, and casual clothing. Please be aware that when it rains, even with a wet suit, you will get wet!

Under no circumstances will anybody known to be under the influence of drink or drugs be allowed on to the circuit. The company also adopts a zero tolerance policy with regards to –

  1. deliberate damage to company equipment
  2. abusive behaviour towards staff

Anyone in breach of the above will be asked to leave the premises and be subject to the full force of any applicable legislation. All deliberate damage will be charged in full.

Our consent forms

More information on our safety policy and procedures

Practice

Each driver takes part in a practice session.

The heats

Each driver will take part in –

Indy event- 3 x 5 lap heats and place in one of the finals.
Monaco event- 4  x 5 lap heats and a place in one of the finals.

Each race in the heats is for points and the computer will try to give you a balanced position on the grid. For example, in the Indy, each driver takes part in 3 heats and the computer will try to put you to the front, middle, back consecutively for each of the heats. It will also try to mix up the groups taking part in each heat, but this is dependant on the number of people in the event and works better with more drivers.

At the end of the heats we will have a table of each driver’s accumulated points. If two or more finish with equal points, the computer will work out who had the fastest average lap times and move them to the top.

The finals

Your place in the finals is determined by how many points you accumulate in the heats and where you finish on the leaderboard. Everybody competes in a final with people who finished on a similar points total to their own. For example, in an event with 14 drivers this would result in two finals of seven drivers, with a runners-up final and a winners final; an event with 21 drivers or more would result in three finals of seven drivers. The finals are run so drivers with lowest points go first, and the Grand Final race is run as the last event.

The Grand Final is for the group of drivers who accumulated the most points and are racing for the trophies and bubbly.

 

Pricing information

Session Information Cost £ per driver
Indianapolis GP Minimum of 15 drivers
Each driver has a practice followed by 3 x 5 lap heat races
10 lap final based on heat results
Trophies for podium positions and bubbly for the winner
35
Monaco GP Minimum of 15 drivers
Each driver has a practice followed by 4 x 5 lap heat races
15 lap final based on heat results
Trophies for podium positions and bubbly for the winner
45

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