Access to the venue and paddock will be allowed from 07:15 on the Track Day date. If you arrive prior to this time, please park in the car park indicated on arrival at the circuit.
An open pit lane day means the circuit remains open throughout the day, excluding an hour for a lunch break. This allows drivers to go out on track as and when they please (provided the on track capacity has not been reached).
Following the latest Government update and relaxation of Covid-19 Measures in England we have introduced some changes to the way our Track Days are run, view more of what to expect here.
As the wearing of masks and social distancing are no longer a legal requirement the use of these measures will not be enforced. Of course should you feel more comfortable you’re absolutely welcome to wear a mask and adhere to social distancing where possible.
Be assured that we will continue to provide plenty of Hand Sanitising Stations around the site for your use.
You’ll also notice that we will continue to enforce some of these measures with our staff, with the use of protective screens, face masks and social distancing. This is nothing to worry about and is focussed one ensuring our team stay as safe as possible to allow us to continue to deliver unforgettable events throughout the summer.
It is essential that you bring your photocard of your DVLA licence (or country equivalent) with you, especially if your day is on a Sunday or bank holiday as we will be unable to verify it with the DVLA if you should forget it.
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have your licence, you will not be allowed on the track.
Yes children are permitted. However anyone aged 16 or under is not allowed in our Pit Lane and must be accompanied by an adult at all times.