Drive an iconic Knight Industries Two Thousand replica from Knight Rider on this fantastic track day!
- Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
This Knight Rider driving experience will delight fans of the classic 80s television series. Channel The Hoff’s permed crimefighter as you climb behind the wheel of a Pontiac Firebird – aka 'KITT' – for a nostalgic few laps of your chosen track.
Originally aired between 1982 and 1986, Knight Rider follows the escapades of Michael Knight and his artificially intelligent, virtually indestructible automotive assistant. Since the early episodes, the popular franchise has grown to incorporate further series, films, novels and video games. This experience enables fans to become their hero and drive a replica of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand). Upon arrival, you’ll have a chance to admire the familiar ‘futuristic’ styling and pulsating red light, before a short briefing. You’ll then complete three laps of the circuit at the controls, accompanied by your instructor to offer tips and guidance. Family and friends are welcome to come along, so you can be sure to leave with a few photos worth sharing – not to mention fond memories – of a childhood fantasy, fulfilled.
The KITT Knight Rider Driving Experience would make a memorable gift for any 80s kid, so turbo boost a loved one’s day, today!
The KITT driving experience will be held at various locations, on selected weekends from February to October.
Blyton Park requires a £10 upgrade fee for weekend bookings, paid directly to the track when making a reservation.
Dunsfold Park requires an additional £20 upgrade fee which is to be paid directly to the track when making a reservation.
Castle Combe requires an additional £25 upgrade fee which is to be paid directly to the track when making a reservation.
Additional laps and passenger rides may be available as upgrades on the day (subject to availability) - these will start at £39.00 per car (3 laps).
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Blyton Park, Lincolnshire.
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Further dates are released once the earlier slots have been filled.
*Dates are updated regularly but availability is subject to change - if you'd like to check a date prior to redemption, please contact our customer service team.
Minimum Age: 10
Minimum Height: 4ft 10in (135cm)
Maximum Height: 6ft 6in (190cm)
You must hold a full driving license in order to drive at Castle Combe.
Drivers are not required to hold a full driving licence, however you will need to present photographic identification upon arrival.
Participants must have a good understanding of spoken English.
All driving instructors are ARDS qualified and DBS
Experience Duration: 00:30
Time at Venue: 01:00
This experience allows you to drive the Pontiac for three laps (3 miles) at the chosen track.
Participants: The KITT Knight Rider Driving Experience is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: +10
Spectators Allowed on Site: Yes
The experience is one-to-one between the driver and instructor, but other cars will be on the track at the same time.
Spectators are welcome to watch from the pit.
Drivers should wear comfortable, weather appropriate clothing, and flat sturdy shoes.
This track day experience will run in almost all weather conditions, including rain.
However, if your experience is cancelled due to extreme circumstances, the centre will simply re-schedule your booking for an alternative date.
Average rating: 5 stars out of 5
It was a dream come true to be behind the wheel of KITT. I am a huge Knight Rider Fan. The instructor with me was a very tasty Hoff! Recommended for any Knight Rider Fan.
Driving American Muscle Cars has got to be any petrol head’s ultimate dream. And, when they have been featured in top block buster films like the cars we were to drive, it only adds to a super cool experience.
I knew we were in for a real treat when invited to drive these awesomely powerful cars at Abingdon airfield. I was excited, but I have to admit, a little nervous! I struggle to break 70mph on motorways, let alone take control of an incredibly powerful classic car and race around a track…
We were each testing two cars; I was taking on the classic Camaro SS as seen in Fast and Furious, and the Camaro ZL1, otherwise known as Bumblebee from Transformers! Evie was driving two very famous cars, Lightning McQueen himself and General Lee, the iconic Dodge Charger from The Dukes of Hazzard. Robb was to test the super fast Toyota Supra and probably the most iconic muscle car out there, the Ford Mustang.
We arrived early at Abingdon Airfield, the sun was shining and we could hear the roar of engines as the cars were warming up for a day of driving. After showing our driving licences and registering in the tent, we received a group introduction to each of the cars from a highly knowledgeable instructor, then it was time to go!
We waited our turn at the edge of the track, marvelling at the awesome cars lined up in front of us, perfectly happy to stand as watch as other drivers had their go. I could feel my nerves rising as the true power of the muscle car was demonstrated by the other drivers taking them for a spin.
Then it was our turn! Check out how we got on…
I was driving the classic SS first, and as I stepped into this beautiful car, my instructor immediately put me at ease. He explained how best to control the car and the differences I should expect in comparison to modern cars. My first impression was that this car is HEAVY, you have to press hard on that accelerator to get going and with no power steering, you really have to concentrate on driving this Camaro. It was an absolutely fantastic insight into classic race cars and although I didn’t go much more than 40mph (I know…) I really experienced what it is to drive a car of this calibre.
The Ford Mustang… probably the most iconic Muscle car of the lot and I was thrilled to have to the chance to test it out. This 30 year old classic car was quite tricky to drive, but that’s all just part of the experience. After getting used to the gearbox and accelerator, I was driving the car perfectly fine and enjoying the ride! – Robb.
Next up was the Toyota Supra. After driving the Ford, this was a bit of a shock. This modern machine is so much lighter and so much easier to drive. Even a light touch on the accelerator and you can feel the pace pick up. The thrill of whizzing around the track in this modern race car was intense and an entirely different experience from the classic cars. – Robb.
Bumblebee is a truly beautiful car. Big, bold and bright yellow, I was extremely excited at the prospect of taking this supercar out for a spin! Sitting in the drivers seat, I couldn’t wait to get out on the straights and push the limits. I’m not a overly confident driver, but I can honestly say this Camaro was a dream to drive and I was reaching speeds of 80 without even thinking about it.
As we waited to drive the Mazda Mx5, or Lightning McQueen himself, we watched numerous kids taking him for a ride. The look of joy of their faces as they drove their Disney hero really was lovely and only helped build excitement for my own drive! Once I hit the accelerator, there was no looking back as I whizzed around in this super fun, easy to handle sports car. – Evie.
The instructor had explained how this Dodge was actually used in The Dukes of Hazzard television series and, just in case I didn’t believe him, he pointed out the cast and crew’s signatures on the boot. Knowing this was an actual car used in the show made this driving experience even better! The power of the Dodge was evident from the word go and this famous car was a delight to drive, if a little hard to handle! – Evie.
After an amazing morning driving these cars, it was time to head home. First though we took a quick peep of the in-car footage you can purchase as a video, just so I could prove I did get above 50mph!