Aston Martin Driving Experience

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Imagine the thrill of opening an envelope and finding out you've been given an Aston Martin driving experience.

On this page you will find Aston Martin driving days all over the UK including Silverstone, Goodwood and Thruxton racing courses.

There is nothing quite like driving an Aston Martin and listening to the sound of the roaring engine and being so close to the ground in a low sports car.

Maybe you're going to drive an Aston Martin DB9 or maybe a Vantage, but frankly who cares it's an Aston Martin experience day and that can only mean fun.

Just pick the Aston Martin driving experience that most appeals from our extensive selection of over 50 driving days and in many cases you will be able to select the lowest price from multiple companies.

You will no doubt be given an experienced instructor when you first start your Aston Martin experience day to show you the racing lines and to demonstrate just how well the car performs around a track.

Hopefully this will settle your nerves a little before it’s your turn to have a drive rather than put you on tender hooks.

The drive an Aston Martin experience is one of our most popular driving days and will provide an unforgettable and enjoyable day for people young and old.

Aston Martin in the Movies

Aston Martin derives its name from one of the company's founders, Lionel Martin, and from the Aston Hill speed hill climb near Aston Clinton in Buckinghamshire.

Celebrating the victory of Aston Martin at the 2007 Le Mans 24hr race there was a limited run made of the Aston Martin DB9. Only 124 of this special edition Aston Martin DB9 LM were ever constructed.

Aston Martins are, of course, the car of choice for a certain Bond, James Bond. He’s driven many other cars, including BMW and even a Citroen 2CV, but Bond is a classic Aston Martin driver.  

The first appearance of an Aston Martin alongside Bond occurred in the 1964 film Goldfinger. Features not as standard included a passenger ejector seat, an oil slick in the back, and retractable tire-shredders built into the wheel hubs.

The Aston Martin has made no less than 10 film appearances since it first appeared on the supercar scene in 1913. An injection of funds from the gloriously-named Louis Zborowski in 1920 made it possible for Aston Martin to begin mass production of its cars. With early successes including world speed and endurance records set at the now disused Brooklands race circuit, Aston Martin quickly established a proud heritage of continued technological development and engineering ingenuity, faultless design and true British understatement.