About Driving Sensation.
Driving Sensation was set up in 2005 with the idea of giving people a chance to experience driving some of their dream cars, the kind of car that is normally out of reach of the average driver, or just not practical to own.
Our first driving experience day was at Teesside Autodrome in Middlesbrough in 2005. Not long afterwards we expanded to Elvington, in York.
To begin with we ran Ferrari, Lotus Elise, Mini Cooper, Porsche 911, Subaru Impreza and BMW M3 driving days for adults and First Drive to cater for youngsters aged from 11 years and upwards, providing them with their first taste of driving in a real driving school car.
Over the years we have added to our fleet of cars to include Lamborghini Gallardo, Aston Martin, Audi R8, Nissan GT-R, Ariel Atom and most recently the Ford Mustang GT as well as introducing rally experiences in York.
Now junior drivers can also experience driving our Supercars with the Junior Supercar experience, Yes that’s right 11-17 yr olds can drive our cars which are fitted with dual controls!
Our instructors and staff are highly trained in their fields with many race and championship wins to their names in rallying, single seater formulas and saloon racing.
Our cars are well maintained and we have the right team organising things on the day to make sure you have the best possible time.
Just look at the feedback we received from a recent corporate event we ran at Elvington, York.
Every word of the recommendation rang true: our event could not have been better organised. Crystal and her crew do even more than it says on the tin : superb service, fabulous instruction and total professionalism . This was a Thank You to 35 dedicated colleagues who worked miracles to get us over a very serious flood incident in December - we lost very little trading as the temporary IT , offices and switchboards were set up overnight . Driving Sensation really did deliver the necessary - you only had to see the smiles of our team being let loose on over £1million of precious metal ! To sum it up "if a certain lager manufacturer did Fridays, they would all be like this”