The Platinum day is the pinnacle of our driver training programme and aims to give a more track and racing focused experience, with three advanced skills exercises to perfect: a Left foot braking and trail braking activity, plotting a line through a corner and finally using data logging to improve driver performance. This gives those that have completed the Gold level and want to take their skills on to the race track a few more elements to help them hone their skills, especially at more unfamiliar tracks.
The track driving in the afternoon continues the introduction to the Exige Sport 350 of the Gold level and also involves the Exige Cup with its track suspension set up and stripped back feel. The performance on circuit is staggering and provides a new challenge with the increased levels of grip and higher speeds.
The introduction to data logging means you will be able to analyse your performance and use it to compare and improve with objective measurement.
The coaches who work on our Platinum day are hand-picked for their experience and include ex-F1 driver Martin Donnelly, Le Mans winner Andy Wallace and Le Mans driver and Classic Le Mans winner Rob Barff.