Porsche Driving Thrill Special Offer £57.15! @ BuyAGift
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Porsche Driving Thrill Special Offer £57.15! @ BuyAGift

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Found 4th Nov 2009
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Take to the wheel of the 911 Turbo with this Porsche driving experience special offer

This really is an unmissable opportunity to test this powerful mean machine. Experience the Porsche 911 Turbo with a spin around one of six superb UK tracks. Superior handling, a muscular engine and unique aesthetics make the Porsche 911 a winning choice for an action packed session at the track. You'll receive all the relevant instruction, ready for your 5-6 mile Porsche driving experience.

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- jasont87

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Just 5-6 miles?

Is that a whole lap?

Did this as a package with three super cars and a one-seater fomula renault at Thruxton Racing Circuit (one of the fastest circuits you'll race on thanks to good old church corner!).

This will be 2 laps, 3 at tops, a lap being around 2.50 miles. No a bad price, but not exactly a hot price either; luke warm from me.

Surprises me, the R8 post went over 800 degrees, yet this is cold, personally I dont like Porsche's... surely this is not the reason though?? :whistling:

Why has this been expired? I've just added this to my basket on the Buyagift.co.uk website, applied the 20% discount code and it totalled £57.15. It's there for all to buy.

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This will be 2 laps, 3 at tops, a lap being around 2.50 miles. No a bad … This will be 2 laps, 3 at tops, a lap being around 2.50 miles. No a bad price, but not exactly a hot price either; luke warm from me.



My local track is Donington Park where the 'National Circuit' is a shade under 2 miles. The full GP circuit, including the Melbourne Loop (used in the 1993 European GP) is around 2.5 miles. You'd have to do 3-4 laps to return the (not less than) six miles you've paid for, that unless you're forced to park up half way around the circuit and walk back to the pits once your six clicks are up!

£20/lap in an R8 or 911 Turbo seems reasonable, especially around a circuit as revered Donington; you'd certainly remember it!
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