We’re pleased to announce that this August 28th to 30th, we’ll be celebrating not only the return of spring, but our escape from the winter of social isolation when we head to Wakefield Park for our second historic race meeting of the year – the Spring Festival.
The Spring Festival will offer races for all of our usual fifth category vehicles as well as speed events for vehicles manufactured up to the 1990s and invited cars deemed compatible with those groups. There will be a BMC Challenge event as well as a ‘Give a Mate a Go’ grid. Private practice will be offered on Friday the 28th of August and will be hosted by Wakefield Park.
We are confident that we will be able to hold a relatively normal meeting, although some limitations may apply and there will be more guidelines to follow for obvious reasons.
For those same obvious reasons, we will be monitoring both the situation and the governmental regulations applying to it closely, and will adapt as necessary to ensure a safe and enjoyable meeting for all.
We look forward to not only being out in the open air, but filling it with the song of motorsport once more when we see you all this August 28-30 for the Spring Festival at Wakefield Park.