Come and enjoy a true endurance team race at the wheel of our FunBoost prototypes. This unusual and fun activitiy will meet all your needs, whether to do with jazzing up your seminar while strengthening team building, or rather to have a great time with your customers and prospects as part of an incentive.
30 to 50
Circuit Paul Ricard
Programme exemple - full-day format
9am – 12am
1/2 DAY PREPARATION
Learning how to drive a FunBoost prototype,
laps to get familiar with the car and the track.
12pm – 14pm
At the Paul Ricard Circuit’s restaurant with an
exceptional panoramic view on the pit straight.
14pm – 17pm
1/2 DAY RACING
Endurance race with trophy ceremony for winners and a cocktail at the end of the day
The endurance race will take place throughout the whole afternoon. Participants will be divided into teams and drive one after the other to complete as many laps as possible within a set time. At the end of the day, winners will have the opportunity to climb on to the podium and all participants will receive a certificate.
This unusual activity aims to spice up your sporting or team building seminars, providing your guests with great entertainment while bringing competitiveness into play. This activity can also be suitable for your customers or prospects as part of an incentive: allowing to establish a link between competition and team work, you could improve customer relationships.
Specifically designed for endurance challenges, FunBoost prototypes are easy-to-handle high-performance cars. Both beginners and serious amateurs will surely enjoy themselves. FunBoosts’ weight/power ratio is close to that of top GT cars and their engine (Yamaha 1000 R1) sounds like a true race car.
Maximum speed on track
AN INNOVATIVE TRACK ACCESSIBLE TO ALL:
The Driving Center is an integral part of the Paul Ricard Circuit, a unique site designed for leisure, competition and business travels. Between the sea and the mountains, the location of this site is simply excellent, combining an exceptional landscape with cultural diversity.
It is an ideal environment to organise events requirin :