AMG Expands Winter Sport Driving Academy to Canada

AMG Expands Winter Sport Driving Academy to Canada

Previously only offered in Sweden, the AMG Winter Sporting Driving Academy is heading to Canada.

More specifically, enthusiast will be able to experience a selection of high-performance AMG models on the icy surface of Lake Winnipeg in Gimli, Manitoba. During the program, Lake Winnipeg will be transformed into what AMG calls an “uncompromising, frozen terrain where adrenaline-charged curves and apexes modeled from world-famous racetracks like Laguna Seca, Mosport and Mont-Tremblant will be recreated in milled ice.”

The Canadian AMG Winter Sporting Driving Academy was jointly designed and curated by the AMG Driving Academy group in Germany and by Driving Unlimited, a long-time partner of Mercedes-Benz Canada.

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Enthusiasts can choose from three- or four-day programs, alternating from January 30 to February 27. In either program, participants will gain valuable experiences with controlled driving safety and dynamics through theoretical training, driving exercises, video analysis and perfection training that will culminate in an AMG “Race of Champions.”

“For many years, the AMG Driving Academy has been a resounding success story with thousands of AMG customers who have attended its different programs in Canada and around the world. Canada is world-renowned for its natural beauty, its many lakes and, in some parts of the country, its piercing cold and highly challenging driving conditions,” said JoAnne Caza, director of communications and public relations for Mercedes-Benz Canada “We were not entirely surprised when AMG in Germany knocked on our door requesting assistance with this great winter driving opportunity. We look forward to welcoming AMG Winter Sporting participants from all over the world with our friendliness and a memorable, one-of-a-kind program that will provide the best of the worst driving conditions in cold weather. Of course – in AMG style at every turn.”

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