There are not any upper age restrictions on high speed passenger rides but we would advise anyone to seek advice from their GP before booking one if they think their physical condition/ fitness may not be suitable.
Your body will be subject to significantly higher forces on a high speed passenger ride than it would on a normal car journey. The driver will be pushing the car hard with heavy braking and fast cornering.
Anyone taking part in a passenger ride must be be big enough to fit safely into a normal or racing seat belt. They must also be able to get in and out of the car independently. Arms a legs would need to be covered by clothing.
We don't need to know any medical information in order for you to book but passengers would need to sign a disclaimer on the day to confirm they are fit to take part.
As rides are usually shared with more than one passenger in the car it may not be possible to request the instructor to perform a slower lap to cater for an individuals needs. Please of course do enquire with us though as we may be able to arrange something.
Passenger rides are available for young children if they are tall enough for the seat belt. An adult parent or guardian must be in the car with them however. This will mean you have to purchases two places.
Please note, some passenger rides may have specific terms and conditions that differ from this article so please make sure you read all the information on the product page before you order.
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