SSC Lotus hosted two advanced driver training days in Melbourne at Sandown Raceway & Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit where Lotus sports car owners were given the opportunity to learn how to get more from their Lotus sports car. We partnered with
SS Lotus Melbourne partnered with Evolve Driving Training to help Exige & Elise sports car owners rapidly enhance their driving skills using a variety of tools such as practical in-car track sessions, development theory sessions plus data and video analysis to learn about vehicle dynamics, driving technique and ideal driving lines.
Driver training with professional race car drivers
Track day with mechanic support
What cars are suitable?
You don’t need a racing car to do a track day, in fact our driving events are suitable for track day beginners or first timers. All you need is a road registered vehicle and a helmet. So it means anyone who owns a road registered Lotus Elise, Lotus Exige or Lotus Evora can participate in one of our days.
Better yet, if you attend multiple days we can tailor a more personal program for you that is spread out over multiple sessions to give you even more input to improve your driving.
Do you need experience to do a track day?
If you are thinking about doing your first track day then this is the ideal way to learn about driving on a racing circuit in a controlled environment and with experts on hand that can guide you step by step. Putting your road registered car on the racing circuit for the first time can be a daunting experience so it’s wise to get help & assistance to ensure you do it as safely as possible to ensure you are comfortable.
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit has international levels of safety but is also one of the fastest tracks in Australia, so you might consider coming along to a day at Sandown Raceway or even Winton Raceway instead.