Get closer to the action at the National Kit Car Motor Show than ever before, as the Caterham Drive Experience gives show-goers the chance of an adrenalin-fuelled ride they’ll never forget.
Above marvelling at the awesome array of cars and displays, automobile enthusiasts attending the Stoneleigh Park Bank Holiday show (6-7 May 2007) in Warwickshire can experience first-hand the capabilities of Caterham’s mighty Seven; a performance car that celebrates it’s 50th year in production in 2007 with no signs of slowing down.
For less than the price of a cinema ticket, thrill-seeking visitors will be strapped next to a professional driver in the seat of a Seven for several unforgettable laps - with maybe a few adrenalin-pumping stunts thrown in for good measure.
Alongside a display of the current Caterham range, from the entry-level £15,995 Roadsport 125 to the £37,000 CSR 260, visitors will also be able to admire more than 100 examples of Colin Chapman’s famous two-seater, courtesy of the Lotus Seven Owners Club.
ldquo;I’m sure that just from looking at our cars show goers can imagine what the Seven is like to drive,’ says Ansar Ali, Caterham Cars managing director. “I can assure you the experience of being in one is totally different, and the chance to sit next to someone unleashing the car’s full potential is an event you’ll never forget!”The Caterham Drive Experience will cost just £5 per ride. Entry to the Stoneleigh Kit Car Show is £10 per head, but if your turn up in a kit car, the driver gets in free with the passenger paying £5. Published 29 April 2007