Who’s doing what in Track Days?

This time of year we are already busy getting the calendars ready for you in January. But there are many Track Day organisers (TDO) who have offers for you so we have a few that save you money.

Javelin

Javelin have launched their 2018 calendar and to celebrate they are offering Double Rewards Points on all 2018 trackday bookings until 12:00 on the 15th of December and giving one lucky person the chance to win £500 in trackdays vouchers in a Facebook competition. Check their page out. www.javelintrackdays.co.uk

Who are they?

Javelin Trackdays is the UKs largest independent trackday organiser, they have over 250 trackdays planned for next year across 14 different venues. They offer one of the best choices for some on track action and those figures don’t even include their sprint competition series or a potential new venue for 2018 so you’ll be spoilt for choice.

They aim to offer simple, value for money trackdays with sensible numbers. Javelin are now listing events in January & February with March dates not far behind so check back regularly for updates. To celebrate the launch of our calendar you will find our 2018 events are listed with double the normal number of rewards points until 12:00 on Friday 15th December, that means that when you book with us you’ll get up to 10% of the trackdays value back to use against your next booking or save them up and get a free event.

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Circuit Days

Another sale to keep an eye out for. Circuit Days have a Christmas Sale on ALL 2018 Events:

UK track days – £30 off
Spa-Francorchamps – £50 off
Nurburgring Nordschleife – £100 off
Alpine Adventure – £300 off
Italian Grand Tour – £300 off
Great Western Run – £500 off

Visit www.circuit-days.co.uk to book.

Who are they?

Circuit Days Ltd is a car track day and road tour organiser, founded in 2004 by Chris Hoey. The company organises events throughout the world.

Run in accordance to AMRCO (Association of Motor Racing Circuit Owners) and ATDO (Association of Track Day Organisers) guidelines, Circuit Days track day events have gained a very favourable reputation over the past 12 years. They endeavour to organise events with a very high driving standard, but in a relaxed atmosphere. Circuit Days do not run a regimented style of discipline. All cars are welcome.

All CD staff drive their own cars on all the events we organise, both to actively monitor driving standards and to enjoy driving the circuit – at the end of the day we are all petrolheads that love to drive in a relaxed and above all safe environment.


MSVT

MSVT have new 2018 March car dates. Plenty there to keep you busy! The majority of which are ‘early bird’ booking prices.

Trackday capacities limited lower to give you quality space on circuit = MSVTRACKDAYS

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Who are they?

MSVT is the in-house track day division of MotorSport Vision. We organise track days for bikes and cars across the MSV group of circuits. MSV owns Brands Hatch (Kent), Bedford Autodrome (Bedfordshire), Cadwell Park (Lincolnshire), Donington Park (Derbyshire), Oulton Park (Cheshire) and Snetterton (Norfolk).

All MSVT events are friendly, professionally run, quality events. We have built up a great reputation and try hard to maintain it.

Monday to Friday: 8:30am – 6pm on 0843 4533000*


OpenTrack

For the last 7 years Opentrack will have a Boxing Day sale so keep an eye out.

Who are they?

Opentrack has been operating now for almost eight years and started from a passion for cars and track days. The idea was quite simple, to do track days better.

At the time of starting the aim was simple. One cost should cover all you need for a great day out. So Opentrack was born, and our first event was on a frosty sunny day at Snetterton in the middle of February 2008. People loved the idea that everything was all included in the cost with nothing extra to pay and also our attitude to the events running.

 

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