Adventure, performance, academy and ultimate…these are the four key components that make up Ultimate Driving at Goodwood.
Adventure pitches you headfirst into nature at its rugged best as you drive versatile BMW X5 and X3 machines across Goodwood’s glorious Estate. Take in breathtaking views and stunning scenery while avoiding the pitfalls of forests, hillsides and chalk pits that await.
Performance puts you behind the wheel of BMW’s exceptional M235i, M3, M4, M5 and M6 cars, plus the Alpina D3 Bi-Turbo, all equipped with Michelin’s ultra-high-grip tyres. Expert one-on-one tuition from our team of highly experienced instructors will have you honing your high-speed driving skills in no time.
Academy gives those under the age of 17 the thrill of getting behind the wheel of a MINI Cooper for an unforgettable drive around the historic Motor Circuit, while over-17s can master high-speed driving and push the limits of the machinery even further with a winter handling session on our special high-tech, power slide area.
Ultimate gives visitors to Goodwood the chance to tailor their full-day experience to suit their own needs, combining the very best elements of Performance, Adventure and Academy and creating the most exhilarating driving experience of your life.
Goodwood is launching the UK’s finest driving experience powered by BMW, this experience provides you with the chance to sharpen your skills behind the wheel with expert tuition and have an off road adventure like no other. This adventure takes place on an authentic 32- mile course, allowing for an exciting journey around the whole of the beautiful 12,000-acre Goodwood Estate.
The ultimate driving experience powered by BMW
This combination of Goodwood and BMW, in partnership with Michelin, creates a fusion of skills and expertise that will provide a truly exceptional new experience. With expert tuition at the Motor Circuit to help improve driving skills in some fabulous cars, and a challenging off-road course encompassing areas of the Estate few have seen before, this will be a more hands-on activity than anything done before.” (Lord March, 2014)