After Lamborghini announced it will offer its first Winter Accademia on US soil, another European supercar manufacturer joins the offensive with its winter driving sessions. This time is Aston Martin who promises adventurous drivers the chance to experience the power and performance of its cars. 
The three-day Aston Martin On Ice program includes a 10-acre surface which has been constructed over some 250 man hours to entertain and inform its participants. The tracks in Colorado are all tailored to Aston Martin’s requirements and are built and maintained by the brand’s team of experts before and throughout the ice driving activity, which will take place over 2 three-day sessions in February next year. 
Comprising a braking/cornering exercise loop, skid pad, slalom, and full circuit, work on the bespoke Aston Martin track has already been under way for some weeks.
Participants, under expert tuition, will test and hone their car control in a series of braking, cornering and handling exercises before further putting their skills to the test on a mile-long frozen road course.