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MEDIA RELEASE 03 February 2009

Adrenaline-pumped career opportunity
A new career opportunity has arisen for entrepreneurs looking to work in a fun and heart-racing industry with an outdoor lifestyle.

Extreme Driving Rally Drive Day Centres is currently looking for franchisees in all states and territories across the country.

Extreme Driving was founded by rallying enthusiast Mark Haybittle. Haybittle first started Rallyschools International in the UK, where he was born, in 1989 and introduced Extreme Driving to WA in 1992. He then expanded the concept to most capital cities in Australia.

The company currently has six Rally Drive Day Centres around the country with plans to open at least an additional 20 Centres in the next two years.

"Our concept has been so popular in the last few years that we want to expand to include regional centres all over the country," Haybittle said.

"It is such a rewarding job because in addition to having fun, it also becomes a learning experience for the drivers.

"What we're offering is a turn-key operation; we provide full training and franchisees can start straight away. We will also give them support and assistance with promoting their business," he added.
Today, Extreme Driving is managed by James Stroud who has been one of Mark's close allies for over nine years now.

Extreme Driving offers rally driving experiences around Australia including WRX thrills, hot laps, full-day and half-day rally experiences, snow rallying, corporate rally days as well as advanced driver courses.

Extreme Driving's hands-on approach ensures that participants receive not only the expected adrenaline rush, excitement and fun, but also a learning experience on how to best handle cars.

For more information on Extreme Driving and enquire about franchise opportunities, visit or call 1800 648 846.

Released for Extreme Driving by Dennis Rutzou Public Relations (
For further information please call Kim Larochelle or Joanna Gitsham on (02) 9413 4244.

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