Want to drive an F1 car?

APRIL 9, 2002

Want to drive an F1 car?

FOR those wanting to experience what it is like to drive a Formula 1 car, there are now three ways in which that dream can come true. The first is to follow the conventional route to Grand Prix racing via the junior formulae. The second is to go to the South of France and sign up for the AGS "F1 Experience" at the Circuit du Var where you will be allowed to drive one of the latest generation AGS F1-spec cars. The AGS operation also owns some old Arrows chassis and these can also be rented.

Now Hugues de Chaunac of ORECA has acquired some of last year's Arrows chassis and is offering a rival "ORECA Racing Experience" at the redeveloped High Tech Test Track at Paul Ricard, just a few miles from the AGS operation. ORECA is offering packages which start at around $1500 per person. Further information can be obtained from ebossard@oreca.fr.

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