Established in 2003 Driveme has always been at the forefront of the driving experience industry. With hundreds of driving experiences available to choose from and many years experience Driveme is one of the UK’s leading providers for driving experiences and track days.
Driveme offers the customer driving experiences gifts direct, cutting out the middle man, meaning we pass the savings on to you. The result of this is excellent driving experiences and track days at prices that cannot be beat!
We offer a e voucher which can be down loaded and a gift voucher pack that can be given as a gift and make great gifts for adults and junior petrol heads.
Our driving experience gifts are also ideal for rewarding staff and showing your appreciation to customers.
Our driving experiences aren’t just for individuals; many are aimed at two or even groups of people, often with fantastic discounts available, making these ideal gifts.
We are also leaders in direct corporate driving experiences and offer a full spectrum of options for both clients and employees. With our fully experienced team taking care of every last detail, you can be sure we have something to fit your location, budget and company requirements.
At Driveme we always put our customers first as we pride ourselves on excellent customer service; we put our customers at the centre of everything we do.
We believe that your peace of mind is important when purchasing your driving experience from Driveme, therefore we have a secure online payment system in place to ensure that you always buy in confidence.
If you have any questions about our services or if you just require more information visit the contact us page and get in touch. We always look forward to hearing your feedback.
We have a dedicated team of instructors and a selection of the finest cars on the market, so whether it’s the Ferrari that takes your fancy or the Lamborghini we will have an experience to suit you.
We provide our driving experiences at Anglesey Racing circuit which is located in Ty Croes.
It plays host to a variety of motorsport events including car racing, motorcycle racing, car sprints, stage rallies and drifting.
It opened as a fully licensed MSUK and ACU championship racing circuit in 1997.
In 2006, the venue saw a major overhaul, with the majority of its 1.057 miles (1.70 km) circuit being scrapped.
A radical new development that includes four different track layouts: a 2.1 miles (3.4 km) International Circuit; 1.55 miles (2.5 km) Coastal Circuit, 1.2 miles National Circuit and 0.8 mile Club Circuit.
The TV motoring programme Fifth Gear regularly used the Anglesey circuit for the ‘Shoot Out’ segment of the show.
Since the new track configuration, Fifth Gear has opted to use the Coastal layout.
The Coastal layout appears to be the most popular among track day enthusiasts because of the difficult downhill corkscrew segment.
Tockwith Airfield was formally known as RAF Marston Moor was a Royal Air Force airfield at Tockwith North Yorkshire, during the second world war.
It was originally called RAF Tockwith, but confusion with Raf Topcliffe lead to the name change.
RAF Marston Moor and Raf Church Fenton were the closest airfields to West Yorkshire and would act as a defence should Leeds be attacked. As it happens Leeds was seldom bombed.
The airfield is now known as Tockwith Airfield. The runways are used for Driver education courses and Driving Experiences