What do I wear on the day?

Attendees should wear ordinary clothes i.e shirt or t-shirt, jeans or cargo trousers and practical footwear. The majority of the lessons are conducted outside therefore it is also advised that a light-weight waterproof jacket is worth bringing in case of inclement weather.

What should I bring on the day?

Participants are required to bring their driving license; for insurance purposes we cannot allow individuals to conduct driving serials without proof of a driving qualification.  Documents must be original documents, we cannot accept copies, and must be in a legible state.

Can I bring spectators?

Our event is designed for a high level of operator participation with limited spectator view points, so we do not actively encourage spectators. However, it is normally possible to arrange in advance a small number of spectators to attend.

Will the day still run in bad weather?

Our events run throughout the year and in all weather conditions. Hospitality areas provide warm, dry shelter.

Only in the most extreme weather conditions will events be unable to run in which case they will be postponed to another suitable date.

What time do I need to arrive for my event

You should aim to arrive by 08:30 for morning training events and 13:00 for afternoon training events.

What if I exceed your height and weight guidelines?

We try our very best to accommodate guests outside of our height (5′ – 6′ 4″ (153 cm – 193 cm)) and weight (over 18 Stone (115 KG)) restrictions but please contact us if you fall outside of these figures.

What food and drink is available on the day?

All-day tea, coffee and refreshments are provided. Additional refreshments are available in our trackside hospitality areas throughout the day.

Can I bring my own camera?

Do bring your camera if you would like to!  Please note however, that due to safety requirements you will be unable to use your camera or video camera for any in-car pictures or footage.