Bringing the awesome grass roots motorsport of
Drifting – Controlling an out of control car
to you at various locations across the UK.
Get involved with the grass roots motorsport of drifting. Each of our sessions are designed to bring you the opportunity to experience the buzz and adrenaline rush that our drivers get during their competitions. We aim for it to be an experience that you will remember for a very long time.
Learn2Drift is available at various locations around the UK. Visit the Venues page to find the nearest to you.
- To be able to drive a manual car, and the ability to operate a clutch.
- Be in possession of a valid, current Driving licence.*
We do have the ability of training a non license holder, and we can train from 12 years old upwards, at our home training ground of Birmingham Wheels Raceway. However there is a premium which will need to be covered for our insurances, for more details please contact us.
* Card part must be shown on the day.
3 High Speed Passenger Laps
Designed for non drivers or someone who wants to enjoy the adrenaline without the driving.
Half Day Beginners Experience with 3 High Speed Passenger Rides
Learn how to drift with expert instruction, followed by a drive on our pre-made short circuit. 3 passenger laps with our drivers.
Half Day Beginners Experience with 6 High Speed Passenger Rides
Learn how to drift with expert instruction, followed by a drive on our pre-made short circuit. 6 Passenger laps with our drivers.
3 Hours Intensive Arrive & Drive 1-2-1
It's your allocated L2D Academy car, it's your L2D instructor for half day instruction – beginner or experienced drifters.
6 Hour Intensive Arrive & Drive 1-2-1
It's your allocated L2D Academy car, it's your L2D instructor for full day instruction – beginner or experienced drifters.
“. . . every minute of it was incredibly fun. I came away feeling accomplished, satisfied and wanting to do it again and again! I went from zero drifting experience to being able to drift continual donuts, slalom around a cone course and complete a “P track”. I’d always wanted to try drifting, but felt that it was a bit inaccessible to beginners – but I was very wrong! I’d urge anybody who wants to try drifting to try Learn2Drift.”