Adjusted to each client.
On the Estoril Experience Day track-days, participants are grouped according to the weight/power ratio of their vehicles, the most balanced way of ensuring everyone's safety.
Each customer can purchase two (morning or afternoon) or four (day) sessions of 20 minutes of track-time and also add 50 or 100 minutes with the purchase of Extra-Time sessions.
We privilege our customers and that is why all Extra-Time sessions have a 50% discount for those who purchase sessions from other levels.
Our offer is complemented with the Exclusive category, limited to 25 cars on track which is perfect for historic or of high commercial interest vehicles, the Competition category for vehicles with roll-bar, and the Ladies First category, exclusive to ladies on the wheel and free for all customers already registered in other sessions of our track-days.
For the safety of all.
As with any official race held on a circuit, where even the best drivers are not allowed to skip the briefing, all Estoril Experience Day track-days require their participants to be present at a mandatory briefing, always with the safety of everyone in mind. It is never too much ro revisit these rules, which is why we make them available in video and pdf format.
In order to get the best out of our track-days, it is also vital that all participants comply with the code of conduct described below, as well as the regulations and safety rules.
In addition to irretrievably influence the time of each session, failure to comply with the previous paragraph may result in the definitive exclusion of the Estoril Experience Day track-days.
To place the track access sticker in the upper left corner of the windshield
To wear the driver's wristbrand and have the tow hook attached to the car
To wear helmet (driver and passenger)
and seat belt in all categories.
Note: skateboard or bicycle helmets are forbidden
To respect the flags, the speed limits in the paddock
(15 km/h) and pitlane
(60 km/h), and the marshalls and staff instructions
To discuss braking, to overtake during a corner or to prevent overtaking manouvres from faster drivers
To drift, except for drivers duly authorized by the Organization
To exit pits by reversing
To stop in the middle of the pitlane to change driver or passenger