The 911 Turbo vs 911 GT3 package will test your limits of maximum speed. For two of our fastest production cars, this course will explore the performance of the naturally aspirated Porsche 911 GT3 and the turbo-charged 911 Turbo model.
*Please note, if ambient temperatures are below 45 degrees Fahrenheit on the day of your booked drive experience, conditions may not be safe enough to run the 911 GT3 vehicle. In this instance, a suitable substitute vehicle is selected from our fleet. For more details on our winter weather policy, contact us at 888.204.7474.
Maximum Time Behind the Wheel
We believe the best way to learn is by doing. We’ll get you behind the wheel quickly.
Personalized Driving Coach
You’ll get one-on-one instruction for the entire experience
Our world-class instructors will teach you the "why" of how the vehicle responds.
Drivers must be 21 years or older to participate with a valid, state-issued driver's license. For safety purposes, all drivers must be able to speak and understand driving commands in English. // Por motivos de seguridad, todos los conductores deben hablar y comprender instrucciones de conducir en inglés.
Built to Thrill
1 Mile Handling Circuit
This one-mile handling course is designed to mimic a winding country road. Its varying curves and undulations will teach a driver the finer points of choosing the correct path and brake application when navigating those conditions.
The large asphalt pad of the Dynamics Area is designed to stimulate unique maneuvers encountered during daily driving. Here, you’ll test the speed, agility, and lane-change performance of both yourself and the Porsche you’re driving.
As your vehicle travels over the plate, sensors trigger it to move randomly, mimicking sliding that occurs during inclement weather conditions. This experience forces the driver to react effectively in the scenario of a vehicle skid or spin.
Wet, Low-Friction Circle
Ever wanted to experience the glorious drift of a Porsche? In the low-friction circle, test out over-steer capabilities using a combination of throttle and steering input, on an inward slope of wet polished concrete.
Low-Friction Handling Circuit
Similar to the Circle, the Low-Friction Handling Circuit is a polished concrete surface. Featuring a series of unique, tight curves in various radius types on-and-off camber corners this circuit is designed to test the driver’s skills during extreme understeer conditions.
Designed with a Cayenne in mind, the Off-Road Circuit will test your handling skills and the expansive capabilities of a Cayenne's off-road engineering and safety technology.