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Activity Experiences

Sideways Fling


Day Out


From £119.00  (Convert)

About the Experience

An ideal introductory course for Rally Storm, where you can slide sideways on loose surfaces in our powerful rear wheel drive machines.

Your day will start with complimentary tea/ coffee and snacks on arrival, followed by the detailed safety and instructional briefing from one of our experienced rally instructors, where you will also pick up tips on how to drive faster and slide the car sideways.

Then it’s out into our powerful Rear Wheel Drive Subaru for some tail out action on our first gravel special stage. You will participate in two stages, with maximum drive time in this machine with one of our professional rally instructors strapped in alongside to help you hang the tail!

Then you will receive the ultimate thrill as you are strapped in beside our rally instructor for a full throttle adrenaline run around our most challenging course in the rear wheel drive Subaru. Then it’s time for the de-briefing where the instructor will assess your driving and hand out the scores with a certificate of accomplishment.

There’s plenty of friendly banter, and it’s a light-hearted end to an enjoyable day.

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+44(0)28 8076 0077

Directions from Cookstown: Through Cookstown, follow signposts for Omagh. Drive 13 miles towards Omagh until you reach Creggan crossroads where you will see a signpost for Greencastle. From there, follow the Rally Storm signs until you reach the track.

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