The course offers a variety of workshops highlighting key issues faced by young and inexperienced drivers. The course will include an introduction to driving, issues relating to speed, impairment and also a practical off road driving session using the Mallory Park track and paddock area accompanied by a qualified driving instructor in a dual controlled car.
|Course Date||Spaces Available|
|7th April 2020||27|
|16th April 2020||34|
|28th May 2020||40|
|30th July 2020||37|
|19th August 2020||40|
|21st October 2020||41|
If you are interested in the courses, please complete the booking form below. Please note that by booking a place on the course, you are accepting the terms and conditions for the day.
Please note all students are required to bring a packed lunch with them and must dress appropriate for the weather.
Please be advised places are limited and will be offered on a first come first served basis.
How to Find Us
Mallory Park is situated in the village of Kirkby Mallory, just off the A47, between Leicester and Hinckley and there is easy access by road and all major cities are in reach. Look for the brown tourism road signs, including those which bring you direct from junction 21 of the M1.
Please enter using entrance B with the iron gates as you arrive in the car park (which are clearly signed Driver Day) and drive down to a large car park area.
Follow the signs and walk over the bridge towards the large grey building, where the doors will be opened at 8.45 am for registration and staff will be on hand if you require any further assistance. The course will commence at 9.00am and finish at 4pm.
When you return to collect your attendee(s), please:
- Do not enter the track.
- Use the same car park as you arrived this morning
- Please wait outside the building until your attendee(s) joins you
- Please exit Mallory Park by the same route you entered and then leave by the main exit.
- On no account should you drive around or allow your attendee(s) to drive around the track at any time.
- These rules have to be strictly observed.