In many ways, a lot of petrolheads get rather excitable, especially when it comes down to driving your new high-performance purchase as quickly as possible, before the inevitable happens.
Without the proper instruction these days, a normal individual, who has the financial clout, but not necessarily the driving skill to purchase a new Maserati, could end up with his/her pride and joy nose down in a ditch.
However, help is at hand from the Italian brand itself. Want to find out how to handle all that snow and ice? The new “SnowMaster Experience” in Lapland, just 70 kilometers from the Arctic Circle, will give you the tools to make any Maserati heed your commands amongst the ice and snow.
What if you have that penchant for being able to scare your passengers, whilst being safe at the very limit of what your Italian Stallion is capable of? Then look no further, as professional instructors will help aid you via the two-day “Master Premium” course. Real-time telemetry, as well as realistic and practical exercises will help sharpen your skills.
The courses, which have been added for 2016, already compliment the established driver training schemes that already assist Maserati lovers to enjoy their cars. This means you can unlock the full potential of the Quattroporte, Ghibli, GranTurismo and GranCabrio.
These other courses help you to enjoy the nirvana that exists from owning and driving a Maserati over a variety of different levels, with the “Master Warm Up” also giving you a chance to experience a morning séjour to the heart of the cars themselves, the factory in Modena.
For those that want to fully immerse themselves in the local culture, rather than just pound the miles around the Varano de’ Melegari (Parma) Autodrome, the “Master Italian Lifestyle Experience” helps you with that.
Along with a track experience, those lucky owners who sign up will also get the chance to explore both Florence and Parma, which are two of Italy’s most cultural sightseeing locations. So want to step out of reality and experience something different? Make sure that you have the chance to “Master” your Maserati in your own way.