Castle Combe Action Day Finale

Speedyreg – Action Day Castle Combe 2019

What are your plans for the weekend? You’re not staying in are you? The weather is still not too bad so you really should make the most of the last of the decent weather to get out and about. You’ve got all winter to hide away inside. So what do you fancy? How about a trip to a car show? Or maybe you’d love the excitement of a track day? It’s a tough choice isn’t it? But did you know you can actually have both of these fun days out at once with a visit to Castle Combe this weekend?

Take to the track

You can book an exhilarating track session and take your car onto the race track, or alternatively you can show off your vehicle in the slow parade around the circuit. If you don’t fancy taking your own car out on the track then how about a high speed passenger ride with the pros? It’s sure to be a white knuckle thrill ride! You’ll need a helmet if you’re planning on taking to the track, but you can hire one on the day if you don’t happen to own one yourself. Also, don’t forget to take your driving license along as you’ll need to show it to the officials before you can get out on the track.

Plenty to watch and see

As well as the on-track experiences there will also be hundreds of club cars on display and you must not miss the awesome drifting demos at 12pm and 3pm. The top tip for the best place to watch the drifting is Camp or Quarry corner. There’s a trade village too if you fancy doing some shopping, with Christmas coming up you might just find some unique motoring gifts for your petrol head friends and relatives. Look out for the spectacular entries into the Show and Shine competition with spectacular cars that have been detailed to the highest level.

The show info

The show opens at 9am on Saturday 12th October and closes at 5pm. There’s free parking available on site and you’ll find a cafe and catering vans around the site for your refreshments.

The fun doesn’t stop just because summer is over

So if you thought your days of strolling around car shows was over with the summer months now gone, think again! There are plenty of shows all through autumn and into the winter and we’ll bring you more information on upcoming shows so keep an eye on our blog for those.

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