Tony992 I'm thinking of going too. It mentions 1 hour 40 minutes of 1 to 1 driver instruction so I'm assuming the rest of the time is spent in the car on your own with communication via a headset perhaps - I just want to get this clarified but otherwise looks good and will be useful to test the car in safe conditions. Tony
pwebbPhil has offered members to book a number of driver training days at Millbrook with CAT Driver Training. Many of us from the 991 and 992 Registers enjoyed a similar day last year, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn and understand their car in safety and with top instructors. You'll get loads of one to one experience in your own car, but also classroom instruction that PEC or Trackdays simply do not offer. It is this, IMO, that sets them apart. If you're thinking of getting to grips with your car with lots to take away from the day then here's one member who'd vouch for the team at CAT Millbrook. I've booked in for the follow up day and hope to meet some of last year's participants. Hi Peter This may come as a shock me posting on the Forum but I am booked on the Saturday 13 June Cornering Masterclass, I think this is the same date as you? There has been an amazing response to Millbrook with the 4 original dates fully booked, 3 extra dates added plus 2 Cornering Masterclass dates for last year's graduates and others as it is not essential to have done the Performance Driver Training to join the Cornering Masterclass groups. The current situation is 2 places remain for the 17th April and 1 for the 19th June. Cornering Masterclass 1 place available on both dates Saturday 9th May and Saturday 13th June. 49 places booked - 5 remaining. The next step is to post some dates for the other Porsche Club members to share this amazing facility. All the best Phil
Tony992Thanks Peter They have just sent through some more dates and I think I'm going to bool Saturday 4th July. I don't think I'll do too well in the Gymkhana section - Visibility out the back of the Cab and rear quarters is terrible - I might have to use the cameras ha ha !! Tony
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