Advanced Driver Training

The ultimate Porsche Experience.

As you know, your Porsche is unlike any other car on the road. It has been engineered with the responsiveness, in-built intelligence and emotional power that cries out to be used.

The Porsche Advanced Driver Training programme is devoted to doing just that. A day where you'll discover a great deal about the safety features of your Porsche and learn the fundamentals of correct technique that will open up a whole new world which ordinary driving will never reveal.


Location & Dates.

                                                                                          

Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit

Level 1 - November 28

Level 2 - November 29

Open Track - November 30

Phillip Island Circuit runs anti-clockwise and is 4.44km long. Located 128km from Melbourne, it has a high visitor attraction nationally and internationally.

The Circuit is also home to the MotoGP and a round of the V8 Supercars.                                                 


Level 1 & Level 2.

 


Mentor, critic, motivator. Nothing spurs us on more than praise and nothing is more challenging than criticism. Personal tuition by our expert instructors will take you through a series of driving exercises, progressively moving around the racetrack to build experience and knowledge, culminating in full laps of the track.

Each day has also been devised to help you build your skills to react better in both day-to-day situations and emergencies. During the course we are able to simulate (safely) crisis situations for which you have no hands on experience. One day it might prove vital.


Open Track Days.

 


If you enjoy completing full laps of the circuit and have completed Level 1 & 2, the Open Track Day is the day for you.

Further your racetrack experience without the pressure of having your times recorded or having to win a race, simply focus on the main objective: a whole day of unlimited driving pleasure.


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