Race car driving in Adelaide: The ultimate guide
Reach top speeds in Adelaide on a professional race car track with coaches to teach you how drive a V8 race car.
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Learn how to handle a V8 race car as professional drivers coach you in the vehicle. Or sit back in the passenger seat and feel the power as a race car driver reaches speeds over 200km/h.
Below you’ll find the best race car driving experiences in Adelaide for great deals, all ages and driving experience.
Race car driving deals in Adelaide
Where can I do race car driving in Adelaide?
- V8 Race, Mallala
Our top picks of race car driving experiences you can book now
Best for price
V8 Race Car Front Seat Hot Laps Ride, V8 Race from RedBalloon
- Experience driving a V8 race car
- Be driven by a professional race car driver
- Includes 3 hot laps
- Prices start at $199
Best for value
V8 Race Car Drive and Back Seat Combo Package, 9 Laps, V8 Race from RedBalloon
- Includes 6 driving laps and 3 hot laps from $449 – that’s less than $50 per lap
- Your coach is a professional race car driver
- 2–3 hour event including briefing
- Safety equipment included
Best for experience length
V8 Drive and Front Seat Hot Laps, 9 Laps, V8 Race from RedBalloon
- Drive a real V8 race car for 6 laps
- 3 front-seat hot laps included
- Receive instruction from a professional driver
- 3-hour event, including briefing
Best for experienced drivers
V8 Race Car Driving Experience, V8 Race from RedBalloon
- Drive a real V8 race car
- Get instruction from professional drivers
- Choice of Ford or Holden to drive
- No speed limits
Race car driving experiences compared
|V8 Race Car Front Seat Ride, 3 laps||$199||Mallala||3 laps||No age restrictions|
|V8 Race Car Driving, 4 laps||$249||Mallala||4 laps||Ages 18 and up, must have P-plate licence or higher|
|V8 Race Car Back Seat Ride, 3 laps||$258||Mallala||3 laps||No age restrictions|
|V8 Triple Thrill Hot Laps Experience, 3 laps||$328||Mallala||3 laps||No age restrictions|
|V8 Race Car Driving Experience, 6 laps||$349||Mallala||6 laps||Ages 18 and up, must have P-plate licence or higher|
|V8 Racing Drive and Ride Combo Package, 9 laps||$449||Mallala||9 laps||Ages 18 and up, must have P-plate licence or higher|
|V8 Drive and Front Seat Hot Laps, 9 laps||$499||Mallala||9 laps||Ages 18 and up, must have P-plate licence or higher|
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