Tony Gilham
Team Hard

Volkswagen Cup Track Day

Tony Gilham and his Team-HARD are proud to present an exclusive set of track days with our VW Cup Cars.

The first date is at Brands hatch on Thursday 24th of May 2012.

Brands Hatch’s Indy Circuit is a real favourite amongst track day drivers. This relatively short circuit is surprisingly difficult to perfect with double apexes at both Druids and Clearways. The swoops and dips add to excitement culminating in Paddock Hill Bend often described as being like dropping off the edge of the world! It should be on the list of must-dos for every track day driver in the country!

Experience Brands Hatch the same way that professional racecar drivers do, behind the wheel of a fully race prepared VW Golf Cup Car!!

These Volkswagen Cup Cars are currently competing in the 2012 VW Cup, they have full race suspension, highly tuned engine, full race exhaust, run on slick tyres and is an experience that must not be missed.

The day will consist of:
  • Breakfast on arrival.
  • Sighting lap ( familiarisation laps ) for each driver.
  • Then each driver will get tuition from a professional race driver.
  • Refreshments provided all day (Tea, Coffee and Soft drinks).
  • Lunchtime meal.
  • Then towards the end of the day, BTCC driver Tony Gilham will give all those who want to have some hot laps in 1 of the race cars to show you how a professional attacks the track.

  • All of the above is available at a special offer price of £399 for this unique opportunity.

    Anybody wishing to drive on the day must bring with them a valid UK driving license.
    Crash helmets will be provided and MUST be worn on track. There will be a deposit of a credit card or driving license for each crash helmet ‘hired’.

    As we are strictly limited to numbers, places will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

    If any of the above is of interest or you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us-
    Thank you to Marc Waller for the picture of Andy Wilmots Car.

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