Morgan’s driving experience hub at Bicester Heritage in Oxfordshire gives you the chance to discover the full dynamic capabilities of your Morgan sports car.
The one-to-one performance driving course, Morgan Driving Academy, sees you climb aboard one of the special fleet of Plus Four or Plus Six models. You’ll be accompanied by a professional performance driving instructor, who will tailor the course to your experience level and aims.
The private closed-road circuit on site at the historic Bicester Heritage site allows you to explore the acceleration, braking and handling performance of the Morgan in a controlled and safe environment. The Morgan Driving Academy also features an on-road element, where you’ll be able put into practice the skills you’ve honed on track.
The half-day Morgan Driving Academy course costs £690 inc. VAT, including use of a Plus Four or Plus Six, fuel, insurance, refreshments and lunch. To book now, please use the contact form below.
09:30 – Arrive and meet your instructor over coffee and a morning snack
10:00 – Your instructor will talk you through the format of the day and the car’s features
10:20 – We head onto the track to discover the driving characteristics of the car, control weights, and the different driving modes
10:40 – Using the back straight of the circuit, we practice full throttle acceleration and how to minimise loss of traction
11:00 – We now experience the full braking capability by performing full ABS emergency stops from high speed
11:20 – The final track session of the morning focuses on the car’s ‘kickdown’ mode and to maximise cornering stability
12:00 – We take to the road to put what we’ve learnt into a real-world application, stopping at a local pub for lunch
13:45 – Return to Bicester for track driving theory session, tying in all the days learning to higher speed track driving
14:00 – Track lapping, with further discussion on technique
15:00 – Return to Morgan building for coffee and recap on the day
Drivers must be aged between 27-75 years, have no more than three penalty points on their licence, and must have been driving for more than three years.