Not sure this is the right place, but I'll give it a try.
Over the years I've done quite a few 'motorsport/supercar experiences', mostly bought for me as gifts.
Many moons ago I did the 'Intro to motorsport' one (If you choose it can be the first step towards getting a racing licence) at Brands Hatch and I've done a Formula Renault day at Thruxton.
More recently, I've driven quite a few supercars on 'supercar driving experiences' at Goodwood and smaller tracks in the UK - My favourite of those was the Dodge Viper one at a disused airfield near St Albans (Drift Limits, if you're interested), where they really encouraged me to press on in the car.
However, to the point of this post, last Christmas, my wife bought me a Rally Experience at Brands Hatch and I finally got to do it yesterday.
You drive two short (c. 1KM) stages, which are effectively circuits (although one has a very narrow track between end and start, unsuited to speed) in a Toyota GT86.
I arrived early (noting that Brands seems little changed since I was last there in the late 1990s! Not that that is a bad thing) and was told there were only two of us doing the event that afternoon and that, if it was OK with me, we'd start a little early - It was fine as I had an hour plus drive home.
I climbed aboard 'my' GT86 and headed over the bridge over behind Druids (if you know Brands) and down a slope into the woods. I was paired with an instructor, who had two pedals in his footwell (I'm guessing brake and clutch, but it was never stated), who pointed out the line and action to take around the first loop, taken slowly, and then we were back at the start and I accelerated away.
The lack of grip was unbelievable - Even accelerating in a straight line, you are constantly correcting slides (or lifting off, the choice is yours) and it was incredibly intense and exciting compared with any of the track driving I'd done. The stages are really short, but to be honest, I would have struggled to do a couple of miles I suspect.
The great thing about there only being a couple of us on the event (the instructor mentioned that last Saturday they had 6 cars in use), was that, most laps, we simply continued on (especially on Stage 1, the one we tackled second), so it felt like a longer stage, although the repetition allowed us to experiment with braking points and lines in a way that a longer single stage wouldn't have.
Initially I was leaving my braking too late, but as I adjusted that, the lines were smoother and faster - I never touched the handbrake because, as the instructor said, I had no trouble getting the car to rotate enough on the steering, but that was an option, although looking at videos online it seems that it slows most novices down!
It was great fun, I did half spin a few times, when I either braked too late or tried to accelerate too early and hard on the loose, but not too bad - When the instructor gave me a lap with him driving at the end, I was pleased to see that his line was more or less how I'd driven it and, while he was a bit faster, it wasn't the night and day difference I've experienced on supercar events where they rein in your exuberance.
At the end of my second stage laps, I got out to swap with the instructor and the smell of hot rubber was quite rewarding
Our laps weren't timed, but I was quite pleased that every 2-3 laps I had to wait at the start as we'd closed down the other car and needed to let him build a gap up again. The instructor was complimentary, but I suspect they are about everyone, so it's hard to know how well I really did, but I could certainly tell the good laps and sections from the bad and, as he said, braking and then getting on the power early and looking ahead to the next braking point was key to getting a good lap, especially when there was a surface change involved.
Anyway, the real point of this is to say that if you have the slightest interest in driving cars fast (although to be honest, I doubt I ever exceeded 35MPH on the tight stages) and are in the UK, then this is something that I'm sure nearly everyone would enjoy.
Compared to even fairly fast track driving, it was incredibly intense and exciting and I could feel the adrenalin coursing through me for the next couple of hours.
A couple of laps of one of the stages by a professional to give you an idea -