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38 New Track Days added to the Calendar

38 New Track Days added to the Calendar

We have added 38 new Car Track Days in the South West of the UK which are now available to book on the website. The new dates were added on Tuesday 8th January and include events at Castle Combe, Pembrey, Abingdon, Keevil and Hullavington Circuits.

Dan Jones, Operations Manager for Trackdays.co.uk said "the Southwest of the UK which includes Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and South Wales is a popular place for track days, mainly due to the very reasonable Circuit hire prices. Keevil, Hullavington and Abingdon are airfield locations and the prices for a track day a far cheaper than the Racing Circuits".

There are already have over 100 events on the track day calendar which Dan Jones predicts will rise to over 200 by the Spring.

Dan Jones went on to say "on any normal calendar year there is the equivalent of 1 track day a day on our calendar and this year we have some new events such as Car track days for Pembrey where usually there are only Motorcycle events".

To book a track day in your own vehicle at a Circuit in the UK or for more information on track days in general visit the website.
08 January 2013
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