Imagine drifting at more than 125 mph in total safety on a full-scale F1 circuit reproduced on a frozen lake, behind the wheel of an exceptional car, under the Northern Lights of Swedish Lapland. This is the Lapland Ice Driving experience.
Discover a place of surprising beauty and authenticity, with lakes as far as the eye can see, surrounded by immense forests of snow-covered pines and arctic tundra. Welcome to Arjeplog, the European capital of extreme weather car testing, just over 40 miles from the Arctic Circle. For just 14 weeks each winter, Lapland Ice Driving transforms the surface of the frozen Lake Udjaur into an enormous 1,250 acre drifting area, making it the world’s largest driving center.
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Thanks to personalized in-car instruction, you will perfect your skills and master drifting by driving up to 155 miles per day – the equivalent of an F1 Grand Prix. Even with this amount of driving, you still won’t exhaust your abilities on all the circuits. Indeed, you will have the unique chance to try some of the 11 different tracks, including, exclusive and officially licensed, the most legendary F1 circuits reproduced at full-scale: Silverstone, Nürburgring and Paul Ricard.
There’s no barriers, no walls, nothing in the way- just fresh snow alongside the track. Everything is designed to allow limitless extreme driving behind the wheel of one of 30 exceptional cars, each specially prepared for extreme driving conditions, including cars from Lamborghini, Porsche, Maserati, Nissan GT-R, Subaru and Alfa Romeo.
Through their à la carte services, everything is done so that you can personalize your stay down to the smallest detail. As registered tour operator and agent, their dedicated team will take care of all your travel arrangements for you, provide every assistance and offer complete peace of mind.
Imagine reality exceeding your wildest dreams, whether you are expert or beginner, only at Lapland Ice Driving. Book now and be part of the happy few, from Jan. 9 to March 20 only.
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