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- Half day and Full day training
- Experience the all-new 2013 S4
- Locations in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver
AJAX, ON – The Audi driving experience is a comprehensive driver training program designed to educate and excite driving enthusiasts in a premium, controlled environment. For over 20 years Audi has been developing and enhancing the Audi driving experience program around the world.
What to expect
Hosted at an exclusive location with a personalized touch from start to finish, expect premium hospitality, expert drive instructors and personalized customer care at the Audi driving experience.
Advanced training (half day)
The Advanced program is a half-day session (with two sessions being offered per day) that starts with a short opening session in-class covering key theoretical and practical elements for improving vehicle control. Drive activities and instruction on selected race tracks across Canada will show participants how to drive correctly at or near vehicle limits. Each session is 4.5 hours including acceleration, slalom and braking and technology drive segments. A thrilling hot lap in the passenger seat of a R8 is also offered to each participant.
Intensive training (full day) – New
New for this year the Intensive program is a full-day session, eight hours in length. This program includes all activities from the half-day program with additional lapping modules and autocross challenges in the afternoon. Lapping sessions extend the advanced driving instruction from the half-day program and allow participants to apply knowledge and skills on a full race track course in a lead-follow format. Autocross challenges add fun competition elements to the day while again extending the advanced driving skills and experience of participants. Hot laps in the passenger seat of a R8 are offered to each participant.
This fall the Audi driving experience features the all-new 2013 S4. The high performance S4 is ideal for boosting driver experiences and showcasing Audi’s sporty performance capabilities. Hot laps in the passenger seat of a R8 are offered to each participant.
Dates and locations
We’ve selected some of Canada’s outstanding professional driving venues to host the second season of the Audi driving experience. Drive on the pro ICAR circuit in Montreal, alongside the Mosport International Raceway in Toronto and take off down the runway at B.C. Driving Centre in Vancouver.
Advance training: $395 per person (plus tax)
Intensive training: $780 per person (plus tax)
Montreal: ICAR Circuit
- Oct 10-12, (Advanced)
- Oct 13-14, (Intensive)
Toronto: Mosport International Raceway
- Oct 18-19, 22-25, (Advanced)
- Oct 20-21, (Intensive)
Vancouver: B.C. Driving Centre
- Nov 7-9, (Advanced)
- Nov 10-11, (Intensive)
The lead instructors for the Audi Driving experience are Scott Goodyear, Richard Spenard and Frank Sprongl.
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