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Monday, 27 June 2011

Single Seater Driving

Some driving gift experiences do exactly what you would expect, but even though a single seater racing car does only have one seat, there is so much more to driving one than you can imagine from the name. There is more to a single seater than just a lack of boot space or the impracticalities of transporting a passenger, for a chance to drive one of these incredible machines is the closest you’ll get to being behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car. This is an experience like no other and a birthday gift idea that is sure to give any petrol head the thrill of their life.

Taking the controls of a single seater racing car is a completely different experience from driving your average passenger vehicle, even the sportiest of high performance cars can’t hold a candle to the sheer exhilaration of a single seater. First there’s the driving position, which may seem almost impossibly close to the ground in comparison to your average driving seat, and from which you will have a unique, if somewhat terrifying, view of the action.

In an effort to keep the weight down and harness the maximum power possible, you won’t find any luxury fixtures such as cup holders or heated seats and this efficient design even applies to a windscreen. You will be on the road in a very literal sense and from that angle, the world whizzing past you will look completely different from the one you see out of your windows normally.

Once you are kitted up and ready for a spin in the single seater you are in for the most exciting ride of your life, with potential acceleration of 0-60 in 6 seconds and although it’s rare that anyone actually plucks up the courage to begin their driving experience in that fashion, you might feel brave enough to put your foot to the floor once you are accustomed to the controls. A single seater driving experience really is an incredible opportunity to drive a car that you will never find out on the highways, making it the perfect birthday present for anyone with a need for speed.

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