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MEDIA RELEASE 03 March 2009

Give mum the ride of her life this Mother's Day
With Mother's Day around the corner, you can give your dare devil mum a gift she is sure to remember: a heart-racing rally driving experience.

Extreme Driving offers a number of adrenaline-rushed rally car driving gift vouchers including full days, half days and WRX thrills. All packages involve getting behind the wheel of a genuine rally car. Alternatively, if your mum prefers sitting in the passenger's seat, sign her up for the hot laps experience with one of the fully qualified rally car instructors.

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

"Rally driving isn't just an activity for the boys," said Extreme Driving national manager, James Stroud.

"We have plenty of women who come and participate and have a great time getting the cars up to full speed, going sideways and kicking up heaps of dust. It's a great adrenaline rush for anyone who enjoys a bit of adventure and something out of the ordinary.

"We also have the option of a Ladies Day where a group of women can get together and have the cars and track to themselves. Sometimes they may be a bit nervous at first but by the end of the day, they're having a great time and really putting the cars and themselves through the paces," added Stroud.

Extreme Driving's Rally Drive Day Centres are located in Queensland (45 minutes west of Brisbane), Cessnock NSW (105 minutes north of Sydney), Seymour Victoria (85 minutes north of Melbourne), York WA (55 minutes east of Perth) and Tailem Bend SA (70 south-east of Adelaide).

Extreme Driving offers a range of driving experiences at its Centres around Australia including snow rallying, corporate rally days as well as advanced driver courses.

All Extreme Driving's vehicles are fitted with specialist safety equipment, like roll cages and heavy duty suspension, to ensure the highest level of safety so participants can concentrate on enjoying themselves.

Extreme Driving, a franchise system, 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.

To purchase Extreme Driving gift vouchers, visit www.extremedriving.net or call 1800 648 846.

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

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