Technique, skill, confidence . . .

Junior Driver Development

It is particularly important for junior drivers to complete each stage of learning fully, before moving on to the next stage.

For parents who want to prepare their son or daughter for the Junior1000 Rally Championship or to begin competitive rallying when they’ve passed their driving test, this is a most thorough and comprehensive coaching programme. Centred on Bill Gwynne’s ‘Rally Ladder’ principle drivers are coached to develop a thorough understanding of the core set rally driving techniques to give them a solid foundation to build their rally career.

Cars available on this course

‘Classic’ MKII Ford Escort

‘Classic’ MKII Ford Escort

‘Magical’ Nissan Micra

‘Magical’ Nissan Micra

Customers own car

Customers own car

What to expect on the day

The DayDetails
9.30Arrrival, race suit & helmet fitting, briefing
10.15Demonstration laps with your driving coach
10.30Driving sessions
12.45Debrief, presentation of Driver’s Assessment
13.45Driving Sessions
16.00Debrief, presentation of Drivers Assessment
16.30Drivers depart

What to Expect

  • Safety briefing and rally driving technique theory
  • OMP race suit, Peltor crash helmet; balaclava
  • Driving coach to student driver intercom
  • Demonstration laps with your driving coach
  • Series of driving sessions
  • In Car video analysis
  • Breaks between driving sessions for debrief and re-set for next session
  • Freshly prepared lunch; refreshments

Useful information

AddressBill Gwynne Rallyschool International
Turweston Aerodrome, Brackley NN13 5YD
DelayedIf you are delayed on the day please contact us on 07769 551583
GuestsYou’re welcome to bring guests to spectate for a fee of £10.00 per person to cover lunch, refreshments and insurance.
Please book and pay for your guests at least 6 days before your course.

An OMP race suit, Peltor open face crash helmet & balaclava are provided on this course.

if you have your own race suit and crash helmet (with Peltor compatible

intercom) please bring them, you’ll be more comfortable.
Driving boots are the ideal footwear but if you don’t have a pair a narrow, thin soled pair of sports shoes will be suitable.
If you are used to using driving gloves please bring them with you

AccommodationWe will provide you with a list of local hotel and bed and breakfast accommodation.