Donington’s Craner and Old Hairpin Curves are prime spots to look at, on a circuit now under the leadership of Jonathan Palmer’s well-managed MotorSport Vision group.
Goodwood Festival of Speed (July 8-11)
After a year-long hiatus because of you-know-what, we look forward to returning to The Duke of Richmond’s Estate in Sussex.
The theme this year is Motorsport’s great all-rounders and Roger Penske will be the guest of honor, for the American motorsport mogul’s first visit to Goodwood since he took part in the Tourist Trophy – in 1963!
Silverstone Classic (July 30-August 1)
The world’s largest historic racing meeting is a fabulous extravaganza celebrating the golden age of motorsport, both on the track in a busy racing schedule and in the infield where your favorite classics are exhibited. are numerous and on a large scale.
BTCC, Oulton Park (July 31-August 1)
Britain’s most scenic circuit is also one of the most difficult for pilots. Too bad it runs into Silverstone Classic this year, but we recommend everyone a day to end a perfect motorsport weekend.
Vintage Sports-Car Club, Prescott (August 7-8)
No member is more committed or competing with such enthusiasm than those celebrating the pioneering decades of motorsport. The Prescott Hill Climb is the annual highlight of the VSCC for many and the Gloucestershire site is simply a delight.
The event takes place on the original 880-yard “short course” but also returns on September 25 for a second full-day event on the 1,128-yard full climb.
British Hill Climb Championship, Shelsley Walsh (14/15 August)
A week after Prescott, head to the world’s oldest surviving motorsport venue to watch the Modern Brigade climb the famous 1,000-meter climb that is 1: 7 at its steepest. The fastest single-seater stages use F1-inspired technology and the spectacle of speed, on what is essentially a narrow country road, will take your breath away.
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