Pure McLaren Arctic Experience will be the fist of many events slated for 2017 beginning from January 15 to February 3 giving driver and non-drivers an experience of their lifetime starting at £12,500.
Pure McLaren Arctic Experience, which will be the only event offering an ice driving thrill of the multi-award winning McLaren Sports Series, is set against the backdrop of northern Finland 200 miles into the Arctic Circle. Guests will be driving over snow-covered roads and ice track under the expert guidance of professional driver coaches from Pure McLaren.
Guests will experience the multi-award winning McLaren 570S Coupé, tackling a variety of track configurations, encompassing both ice and snow surfaces. The exhilaration continues away from the track with Pure McLaren teaming up with local travel provider Luxury Action to offer an exciting programme of winter activities, including a husky safari and snowmobile expedition.
The programme is designed to give guests an extraordinary experience on snow-covered roads and ice track. Like all Pure McLaren events, the exhilarating programme is tailored to the driver’s needs to help them achieve their goals, whether that’s mastering the infamous Scandinavian flick or building their confidence in challenging driving conditions.
The team of professional driver coaches from Pure McLaren are working with renowned winter testing facility Test World, a leading proving ground based in Ivalo, Finland, to provide one of the most varied ice driving experiences available. Test World’s expansive grounds coupled with Pure McLaren’s professional drive team provide a safe and secure environment to learn and practice in.
Accommodation will be provided in the beautiful Jávri Lodge, the former home of the President of Finland. Here guests will enjoy the very best of Finnish hospitality in a remote location nestled within the untamed Lappish wilderness. Built by Urho Kekkonen, the longest serving President of Finland, it is set amongst vast lakes and forests and is in an ideal position for viewing the Northern Lights.