Bentley Power On Ice

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The Bentley Motors Power On Ice driving programme brings the Bentley driving experience to a new level. Available to exisiting owners, enthusiasts and aspiring drivers this is a rare opportunity to discover how to get the optimum performance from a Bentley in the toughest of natural driving conditions.

Challenging activities allow guests to indulge their passion and fine tune their experience first hand at the wheel of a Bentley and learn just how the concentrated power of these magnificent cars can be controlled by technology and the skill of the driver.

Apart from extreme all-wheel drive handling and spectacular controlled sideways drifting, other attractions include a night husky sled safari, a traditional Finnish smoke sauna, snowmobiling and dinner at an historic reindeer farm.

Power on Ice 2012 saw Bentley owners and guests coming from as far afield as China, North America, the Middle East, Europe, South Africa and India, and their entries in the Power on Ice Guestbook speak volumes:

“W. O. would have been proud.”

“One of the most exhilarating experiences we’ve had.”

“Experience of a lifetime. What a beautiful place! The people are fantastic.”

“An absolutely amazing trip. I started with trepidation and finished elated beyond belief.”

“I have had a great time. Wonderful cars, excellent company. The most memorable of trips.”

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Tom Cooper  | Elite.

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