Ford Fair Dedicated Track Time

Trackdaydrivers.com are very proud to announce a dedicated track session at Ford Fair.

This allows anyone to drive the fantastic full British Grand Prix track. The 20 minute sessions is only £30 The brief will be at 10.40 Track time 11.40.

Please find below the organisers guidelines and information for the sessions:

Track Time Rules

Please ensure you read our track time rules before booking and are aware of the experience required from the session that you are booking – Track Time bookings are non refundable.

Drivers: All drivers must be 18 or over All drivers must be at least 5’2″ tall All drivers must have a full driving license and must be able to display both parts on the day of the event All drivers must attend a briefing before going out on track Helmets are compulsory and a limited supply can be hired from Silverstone

Drivers must have arms & legs covered at all times whilst driving, no overalls will be available for hire on the day Seatbelts are compulsory Drivers must sign an indemnity and fill in all relevant track paperwork before going out on track No hand held cameras allowed in cars when on circuit Passengers Only front seat passengers are permitted Passengers must be 18 or over

All passengers must be at least 5’2″ tall Helmets are compulsory Passengers must have arms and legs covered at all times whilst in the car, no overalls will be available for hire on the day Seatbelts are compulsory Passengers must sign an indemnity before going out on track Driving standards

All drivers must attend a briefing before going out on the circuit and these must be followed Treat your first lap as a sighting lap Racing is not permitted Overtake on the straight only. Overtake on the right (usually the inside of the track) Drivers must not overtake in Red zones or after the brake signs Check your mirrors regularly Any driver spinning, racing or driving dangerously will be reported and may be refused extra track time

Drive slowly in the paddock, there will be a lot of pedestrians – be aware of them When leaving the track at the end of your session you must use the slip road into the pitlane Drivers will be watched at all times, if reported the driver will get a yellow card If a driver gets 2 yellow cards they will be banned along with the car

Vehicle restrictions Any make of road legal car is allowed on the track Your vehicle must be in suitable condition for circuit driving and to MOT test standards Cars fitted with slick tyres are not permitted on track Tyres must meet the recommended pressure for high speed driving Do NOT overfill petrol tanks 3 wheel cars are not permitted on the circuit The maximum sound level for your vehicle is 105dB, measured on drive by meters around the circuit or on a static test at 4500rpm half a metre from your exhaust outlet

The Silverstone Marshals reserve the right to refuse any car from being driven on the circuit for whatever reason – their decision is final Flag and traffic light signals Should a session be stopped for any reason, red lights will be switched on around the circuit and/or red flag at the side of the track Red flag/lights – Prepare to stop, check mirrors, slow down to approximately 20mph and return to pits/start line and follow the officials instructions Yellow flag/lights – Indicates danger, slow down considerably, be prepared to take evasive action including stopping if necessary. No overtaking.

Chequered flag – Indicates that you must come off the track at the end of the lap, continue around the circuit and use the pit slip road to exit the track Black flag – We have seen something dangerous on your car, slow down and return to the pit lane

Prices and Bookings 

If you require any further information about this date please email info@trackdaydrivers.com or contact Alex on 07961044910

Format Cost Notes Booking
Session £30.00 The session runs from 11:40 - No extra drivers allowed Book Now

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