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The McLaren GT3 experience at Drift Limits is the only of its kind, nowhere else can you grasp the carbon fibre steering wheel and drive a GT3 Racer on track without the best part of half a million pounds.
This exclusive track day experience combines two of the most exciting track built vehicles in one fun filled day. Not only do you get to drive the world exclusive McLaren GT3, but you also get to drive the Ferrari 458 Challenge.
Ferrari has an illustrious name in the world of motorsport and Drift Limits' new 458 Challenge follows suit. Built to contest in Ferrari’s single-series racing championship.
The Challenge car feels a world apart from its road going cousin, surrounded by a spider web roll-cage, 19″ forged rims, center-locks, slick tyres and uprated race suspension its lower, harder and lighter – a significant weight saving can be found using lightweight materials such as poly-carbonate windows and carbon fibre throughout.
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