We now have experiences specifically for disabled/blind people who want to drive Supercars:
Whilst we try our best to accommodate everyone, it very much depends on the nature of your disability or illness. In the past, we have worked with suppliers to enable disabled drivers or drivers with long term and short term illness but we suggest getting in touch with our team before booking so we can explore all possible avenues.
We insist that anyone with a disability or illness that wish to take part in a driving experience to first get advice from their GP. Driving or being driven fast will mean that your body will undergo a mild to medium amount of g-force and some vehicles are also very limited in terms of cab space.
We have successfully been able to accommodate some people in the past with the following disabilities and conditions, but please note, whether we can accommodate anyone is always on a case-by-case basis;
- Blindness - partial blindness or being blind in one eye. We can do passenger rides any level of blindness also
- Amputees - we should be able to accommodate people with prosthetic limbs if they have a driving licence
- Deafness - passenger rides are no problem but it is vital that anyone wishing to drive a car is able to clearly hear the instructions from the instructor. It will not be possible to lip read or sign whilst the car is in motion
- Spectrum disorders such as autism
- Physical disabilities from conditions such as Arthritis, Cystic Fibrosis (CF), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy and Spina Bifida