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DriveQuest was formed back in 1992 by experienced driver coach and ex British Rallycross race winner Neil Mills. With over 30 years of experience coaching drivers around the globe Neil is without a doubt one of the most qualified coaches in the world. 

After high demand for private coaching in the UK an idea was formed to create a place where experienced coaches are available all year round so you can book that test or trackday without worrying about the quality and availability of your coach.

Today DriveQuest is one of the only companies in the world to have a strong team of ARDS (Association of racing driver schools) grade A and S coaches with a wide variety of different experience and knowledge able to help any driver to become faster and more confident on track, whether that be for a trackday or an all out racing event.

We have coached drivers for various championships including British GT, GT Cup, Ginetta GT4 Supercup, Ginetta Junior Championship, A1GP World Cup of Motorsport, Formula 3, Formula Ford, Formula Renault, British Touring Car Championship, Lotus Elise Trophy, Lotus Cup and the Mazda MX-5 Championship.

We have also enjoyed working alongside many manufacturers, dealers and experience companies to organise events such as model launches, quarterly briefings, road trips, celebrations and days out. 

In 2013 DriveQuest expanded into road driver training. Driven by trying to make the country's roads a safer place we put together a team of experienced ADI's who are able to sit alongside any driver, assess their strong and weak points and turn them into a much more calculated and safe road driver. 


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Race Coaching

Every corner, every apex, every lap. Finding the absolute limit on track takes many years of learning and perfecting. Our Race driver coaches have over 40 years of racing and coaching experience for you to benefit from in order to get the edge over your competition.

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Trackday Coaching

Over the years we have worked with many trackday enthusiasts eager to improve their technique and become faster on track. From a Ford Fiesta to a LaFerrari our programmes are designed for you to get the most amount of enjoyment out of your day whilst gaining valuable track knowledge.


ARDS Licence

Passing your ARDS (Association of racing driver school) test is the first step on the way to becoming a professional racing driver. You are required to sit an exam as well as carry out an on track assessment. Our A and S grade ARDS instructors are the best qualified to help you through your test first time.


Advanced Road Driver Training

Want to become safer on the road or have a business that requires safe drivers? We have DVLA approved ADI and fleet instructors at hand to ensure that you become a safe road user, adapting your way of driving to suit your surroundings and manage risk. 


Event Management

Launching a new model or celebrating recent success and want a celebration to remember? We have the resources to provide you with an event that's impossible to forget. We can take the pressure off your shoulders and organise the whole event or just provide experienced staff to assist, it's up to you!


Accident Rehab

Can't stop wondering why you had that accident? Was it your fault? Could you have done something to avoid the crash? Was it the other party's fault? Could they have done something to avoid it? The answer is 'Yes' it could have been avoided, and we can explain how!

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