'Furious' GT86 | Cars
“Dude, I almost had you..! You almost had me? You never had me! You never had your car!" Dom's reaction at the end of the first race scene in the original Fast and Furious movie.
Vehicle - 2018 Toyota GT86
Power Unit - 2.0L 16V
Horsepower - 300 bhp
Torque - 224 lb. -ft
0 - 60mph - 5.5 Seconds
Top Speed - 155mph
Transmission - Auto
Made Famous By - The car apeared in the first film in the 'Fast and Furious' franchise.
This was my children's first experience of driving a car and they thoroughly enjoyed it. Everyone we encountered at Rushmore was really friendly & helpful, including the car-park staff, check-in staff, instructors, queue facilitators and passenger ride driver. I can't remember names but a shout out to Kayleigh & everyone who asked if we'd had a lovely time as we left with the impression that everyone was keen for us to have the best possible experience, which we did. For anyone with concerns about letting their children loose for the first time in a sports car, there's no need - dual controls put my mind at rest too! The only slight glitch was that the camera wasn't working in the GT86 which we weren't told about in advance, so if you're interested in potentially buying the video, it might be worth double-checking before you book.Annette Connell
Took my brother and 8 year old son to Blyton. Had 2 car experience and driven experience in the Ariel Atom 2. The racetrack was lively and well organised. There were loads of staff there to help and the queues moved steadily. I did 3 laps int he Nissan GTR Furious and it was insane. The instructor was brilliant and reassured me to enjoy my drive in a safe but thrilling way. My 8 year old went out as a passenger with Toby in the Lambo Huracan and loved it. Toby was great with him. I then did 3 laps in the same car. Toby was firm with me and i was maybe a little throttle heavy. It was amazing to drive cars like that in a safe, well contolled but exciting venue. The Arieal Atom 2 was driven by some mad-lad with blonde hair. He warned me that i would need a change of pants before we set off. I thought he was joking. We spent most of the lap sideways and the straights, my helmet felt like it was being pulled off! What a thrill! Will definitely return soon!Gabs
What a wonderful experience the instructor was very patient think his name was Alfie very tall but great guy credit to your organisation.Lee H
Second time we've done this for my son Hugh who is Autistic. Warden Law was the first, home and Tockwith the 2nd. Sharon, Tony, Leo, Leon and all of the drivers were absolutely fantastic with him helping Hugh and looking after him. All staff are very friendly nothing is a problem and would like to thank you all for taking the time out and making Hugh have the best time ever so much so we've booked again for October. Thank you all so much.Julie Martin