Below Zero Ice Driving has now opened bookings for 2018 and is also celebrating its part in an award for Best Journalism Film at the London Motor Film Festival.
Journalist, Henry Catchpole, and filmmaker, James Gough, travelled to Below Zero’s facility at Åre in Sweden during the 2017 season, where they spent a few days learning the ropes before capturing the unforgettable magnificence of our industry-leading driving experience. Despite some exceptional competition, the finished work won first prize in the category of Best Journalism Film.
“Welcome to Sweden and the Below Zero Ice Driving school, where all lessons are on the playground,” is how Henry opens this spectacular short documentary showing our ice lake in all of its glory. The seven-minute epic is a wonderful film that everyone should watch! See it below or visit our ice driving videos page.
“Congratulations to Henry and James on this terrific achievement,” said Tim Scarff at Below Zero Ice Driving. “We were delighted to host them in Sweden and their incredible film perfectly illustrates the experience that all of our clients enjoy so very much: unlimited seat time on frozen lakes in classic Porsche 911s.
Below Zero Ice Driving delivers an experience that simply cannot be beaten! No one leaves our experience disappointed, including the many professional drivers who use our centre for race preparation. Email email@example.com to enquire about available dates.