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Trackdays release a further 50 trackdays Nationwide

Trackdays release a further 50 trackdays Nationwide - News

At a time when its competitors are scaling down their operations and the Motorsport industry ‘reels’ in the current climate, Trackdays.co.uk, the track day and driving experience days website expands their existing track day event dates during the peak summer months by a further 50+.

Added dates are Nationwide and visit some of the best circuits including Oulton Park in Cheshire, Donington Park GP in Derbyshire, the brand new Snetterton 300 in Norfolk, the legendary Brands Hatch GP in Kent, Anglesey GP in North Wales and Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire.

Trackdays.co.uk Marketing and Event Manager – Mark Rusted says "Our date calendar goes from strength to strength. We list way over 400 own vehicle trackdays throughout the year and across the country for bikes and cars. We have just released the next phase of our calendar which looks after the bulk of summer and we are working on plenty more dates in the latter part of the year".
07 April 2012
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