Castle Combe Track Day 2019


Passenger Brief

Charity Track Day at Castle Combe motor circuit
Thursday  19th September 2019


This fund-raising event will take place between 0900 and 1700 with a lunch break  1230-1330.

A track day is NOT a competitive event, but an opportunity for drivers to take their own cars
on a national motor circuit at speed under disciplined conditions, supervised by experienced marshals.
The track day is already fully subscribed, but entry to the circuit and spectating is free.
Passenger rides in the track cars will be available from 1000.
Rides for those relating to the two charities will be free, otherwise a donation will be appreciated.

The circuit is at SN14 7EY, telephone number 01249 782417. Turn in at the signposted

‘Main Entrance’ or ‘Competitiors’ off the B4039, by the garage. Turn right and park in a vacant
space in the paddock

Passengers must report to the desk in the Tavern clubhouse beside the paddock.

  1. Complete an indemnity and then be issued with a wristband.
  2. Wear long trousers and sleeves – clothing covering arms and legs. 
  3. Wear a helmet – loaned (driving licence hostage), so please return it.
  4. One passenger only per car.
  5. No children under 16 years or shorter than 4ft 10ins.

The wristband must be displayed to the track marshal when the car goes on the circuit.
Cameras or mobile telephones must NOT be used in the car – they can be hazardous missiles.
Passengers can expect about ten minutes, about six laps of the circuit.
In the unlikely event of the passenger not enjoying the experience, tell the driver.

The photographer will be taking quality digital photographs
of cars on the track, which will be displayed at his vehicle beside the Tavern. Buy one that
includes you and take it home to annoy your friends.
See Photo Galleries, CD Track Days for previous events.

A ride in a particular car cannot be guaranteed.
Depending on demand, more than one ride can be taken.

Christopher Darwin     Organiser eimal:  jcsdarwin AT     Jun19

This year held on Thursday 19th September 2019