Hi All , I have just received this email via Alan Anstead Regarding a track day at Donington , for anyone that may be interested.
Further to this evening’s phone call, here’s something you can send out to the Area Reps for forward dissemination of our members so that they have prior notice regarding registering,
“Through the work done by Steve Newton, Heart of England, MASC has committed to a 25 car session at the MGs on Track event at Donington on Monday 1st October 2018. This will take the form of two levels of power and tune so that everyone who is interested will be able to have some fun on this historic circuit. Level one will be for standard tuned cars and beginners, and level two will be for more highly tuned cars and experienced track day drivers. These two levels will be separated into different sessions along with similar cars so that there is no problem with fast cars whizzing past beginners and making them nervous and in the same way there will be no slow cars hindering the more powerful vehicles so that everyone is catered for.
An exact cost for the day is not yet available but typically costs are between £150 and £195 but accurate information will follow. The only essential item is a helmet but if you are interested then you should look on the MGs on Track web site www.mgs-on-track.comand read the track day FAQs section. Helmets are available for hire at the venue.
A feature on this will appear in June’s MASCOT. It is likely that bookings will open for this event in June, after the publication of MASCOT. If you are interested, the first thing that you need to do is register yourself and your car on the MGs on Track website. It would help if you quoted your BHP within the model detail of your car when registering so that the organisers can place you in the appropriate session. Once registered, you will receive e mail notification when booking for the event is open and then you need to move quickly and book yourself in on the website. There has been a lot of interest in this sort of event within MASC so react promptly to avoid disappointment!”