A Supercar Sensation – that’s what’s going down in Staffordshire Wigan York and Wales! These superlative supercar sessions are a symphony of purring engines and burbling exhausts in Seighford Three Sisters or Anglesey. The only decision you have to make is which of these gorgeous cars you want to drive.
These sensational experiences are offered with up to five car drives. If you go for the full monty five supercar drive that’s a huge amount of tyre screeching to be had around either the professional circuit in Wales or the tarmac track in Staffordshire both of which are sure to result in major smiles at the end of your day.
So what about the supercars on offer? Well the Aston Martin Vantage V8 has been in production since 2005 and is a delicious-looking Grand Tourer hand built in the Midlands . Superb styling and an impressive build quality are combined with an image that quite frankly is off the scale on coolness it makes you proud to be driving a modern British thoroughbred of a supercar in Wales or the Midlands.
The Audi R8 gives you that perfect balance of solidity and grace as the car accelerates on the long traffic-free straights at Seighford or the coastal Anglesey track. Has Audi re-written the supercar rule book with the R8? As we’ve been lucky enough to drive one we certainly think this is a superlative example of the supercars currently adorning showrooms.
The sensationally fast Ferrari 430 was described by Clarkson as ‘epic’ and we’d have to agree. The stats have it all – 4.3l V8 engine 490bhp and 0-60mph in four sweet sweet seconds. Oh and before you ask it’s the marginally faster coupe version you’ll be driving and yes it’ll most likely be red. Watch out for the Snow Normal Sport Race and CST ‘all systems off’ driving dial on the steering wheel (no drivers aids is probably only reserved only for the pro drivers at Staffordshire and the Welsh driving experts over the Menai Straits!).
The Gallardo is a simply stunning piece of Italian car engineering with a hefty price tag of over £130 000. It’s scorchingly fast with a 500bhp V10 engine that will sing as delightfully as a soprano as you rev the engine. This supercar is not discrete – and that’s the whole point isn’t it?
Last but not least the Nissan GTR. This four wheel drive twin-turbo six cylinder GT-R was first seen as a prototype in 2005 in Tokyo and is a worthy successor to the Skyline GT-Rs of the early 70s and 90s – and we think you’ll love this car with ninja-style superpowers.
All that remains for you to do is decide how many of these marvellous motors you want to get your mitts on during your Supercar Sensation near Stafford Wigan or in Wales.