MORE than a dozen adults living with a disability received the ride of their lives at Symmons Plains yesterday.
The Motor Sports Club of Tasmania treated Northern Occupational Support Services clients to a hot lap around the Northern Tasmanian race track doing high speed rally driving.
Newnham's Phillip Broad, who was driven around in a '68 Camaro, said it was "great fun".
The not-for-profit organisation's community access manager Maria Campbell said the event was about having fun.
"It is about giving them an opportunity to experience the different things that are out there and in day-to-day life they don't get to do," she said.
"A lot of `normal' people, if they want to go racing, they can chose to do that.
"Our guys don't have that choice or luxury so we do what we can and adjust it to suit their capable needs of being passengers in a car."
Mrs Campbell said the service was about offering as many life experiences it could and thanked Motor Sports Club of Tasmania for donating its time and services.