Supercar Sunday: Bentley Driving School in Finland
If driving a Bentley Flying Spur out on the road just isn't enough of a thrilling experience for you, don't worry. The automaker has announced its return to its driving school in Finland with an extended program. Now, from February 6, 2014 through March 6, 2014, you can experience the new Bentley Flying Spur on a special track laden with snow and ice. Power on Ice 2014 offers different ice-covered circuits, all of which have been designed by Juha Kankkunen, who has broken the world ice speed driving record behind the wheel of a Bentley Continental, as well as 23 world rally victories. Participants in this course will drive the all-new Flying Spur, powered by a 6.0-liter W-12 twin turbo engine that delivers 616 horsepower and has a top speed of 200 mph. "The Flying Spur is going to be an excellent addition to the Power on Ice experience and we're looking forward to showing what it is capable of. There's going to be something special about driving a luxury car you'd expect to see in Monte Carlo or London across the snow and frozen lakes," said Kankkunen in a recent statement. Participants will have the choice to drive the new Flying Spur or the continental GT coupe during their four-day adventure, which shows them not only how to drive the vehicle of their choice at top speeds on ice-covered roads, but also a chance to relax at the exclusive Ruka Peak Resort.Think you're up to the challenge? Check out the video below to find out. Source: Bentley
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