Goodwood launches Motor Circuit Track Days
Home to the Festival of Speed, the world’s biggest celebration of the history of motor sport and the Goodwood Revival, the world’s most popular historic motor race meeting, Goodwood is now embarking on a new venture by launching its own Motor Circuit Track Days.
Taking place between May and September, the new Track Days will offer a totally unique experience. Located at the restored historic circuit, the track days will offer the very best tuition from top class star drivers who race and perform at the annual Goodwood events, and provide a unique pit lane atmosphere, facilities and format and all at a very reasonable price.
Commented Lord March, owner of the Goodwood Estate and Motor Circuit "We thought it would be great if we could stage a really unique, good value track day experience. An opportunity where people can come and drive this historic motor racing circuit themselves, to realise the full potential of their machines in an exhilarating yet non-competitive environment. The only talent they’ll need is bundles of enthusiasm!"
Open to all levels of experience and any type of car, the events will run mainly on Saturdays, with some Fridays and Mondays also available. Goodwood will operate two types of Track Day : A 10-car day at a noise limit of 98 decibels, with a maximum of 40 cars run in sessions of 10. A 5-car day at 105 decibels, with a maximum of 25 cars run in sessions of 5.
Prices start from £130 for a half-day session, rising to £260 for the full day. All instruction is included within the price and passengers are very welcome. Gift packages are also available.
As with all Goodwood events, the experience provided will aim to exceed every expectation. After a thrilling day on the circuit, drivers and their instructors can talk strategy - over afternoon tea served from the pit lane.
For more information about Goodwood Track Days please call 01243 755060, email [email protected] or visit www.goodwood.co.uk/trackdays.
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