Youngsters Getting A Head Start

More and more youngsters are honing their driving skills on race circuits and airfields to give them a head start before they can legally learn to drive on the road. And with certain figures suggesting that learners are forking out more than £1,000 in driving lessons, it could pay dividends to start learning basic driving skills from a much younger age, advises Dan Jones, Operations Manager at, said: "It's a fact that a young driver is more likely to be involved in an incident within the first year of passing their test compared to someone with more driving experience. This is why it can be hugely beneficial to allow youngsters to learn their basic driving skills from a much younger age and hopefully help reduce these accident statistics." For more information about TrackDays, which also offers a huge variety of driving experiences, as well as those for young drivers, visit