Show Opening Times:
9am - 5pm
Saturday 1st June
Club/Trade admission from 7am
Castle Combe Circuit
Access the Circuit via the B4039 following brown tourist signs with chequered flag from either Junction 17 or 18 of the M4 Parking is free, you will be directed by security on arrival
When visiting the circuit, you may wish to wear comfortable shoes and bring a camping chair. The viewing banks get you up and close to the track action, however we do not have stalls or chairs around the circuit. An umbrella may also be wise weather dependent!
Racing Club Shop:
The Castle Combe Racing Club shop is situated opposite the Start Line in the Race Control Building selling a range of club merchandise from t-shirts, baseball caps, stickers, mugs, keyrings, folding chairs, toy cars and more!
2019 Opening Dates:
March 17th, 23rd, 30th
April 6th, 7th, 22nd, 27th
May 6th, 25th, 27th
June 1st, 22nd, 23rd 29th
July 6th, 7th, 27th, 28th
August 3rd, 26th, 31st
September 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
October 5th, 19th, 26th
Food & Drink:
The Tavern is open for most events, selling hot food and drinks including tea and coffee. Located in the main paddock area. There are various catering vans located around the site.
There is a cash machine available in the Tavern cafe with limited funds available and will charge you to withdraw. There are no other cash machines available on site, however the circuit office will accept card payments.
Minimum of Club Cars is 4
Dogs are not permitted on site with the exception of guide dogs.
No drones allowed.
For disabled car parking facilities, please contact the circuit for more information on 01249 782417
Track user’s FAQ’s:
Noise limit: STRICT100db(A), which is measured at ½ metre from the exhaust outlet at 4500rpm
Worried about noise? For more information, contact Merlin Motorsport: specialists in parts, spares & racewear based here in the paddock - 01249 782101 - www.merlinmotorsport.co.uk
Helmet hire available on the day with a credit/debit card deposit
On Track Passenger Passes available for £5 (all day). Passengers must sign on in the event office on the day, but do not need a briefing.
Arms and legs must be covered at all times when on track.
Drivers must be over 17 and hold a full UK driving license. Track users must attend a sign on briefing prior to going on track.