Croft Circuit to cease all track activity until April 30

23 Mar 20

Croft Circuit can confirm that it is ceasing all track activity from the close of business today, March 23rd, until April 30th.

Continuing to follow the latest guidance and advice from the UK Government, this decision has been made by the circuit and the British Automobile Racing Club in attempt to curb the spread of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The closure of the circuit will remain under review as the guidance from the Government continues to evolve.

Motorsport UK has now suspended all race meetings until the end of June 2020.

As mentioned in previous statements, tickets for any race meetings that have already been postponed or may be postponed beyond June 30th will be valid for the rescheduled event. If race meetings are cancelled entirely and not rescheduled, full refunds will be automatically made to ticket purchasers.

Track days that were scheduled to be operated by Javelin (April 10) and No Limits (April 16/17) have now been cancelled. Customers booked to attend these events should visit the organisers website for more information.

Additional events such as ARDS Tests and Driving Experiences have also been cancelled. Those booked on to these events will be able to book onto a day which will be scheduled for a later date.

We would like to thank everyone for their understanding at this difficult time and urge them to follow all official guidance to do what they can to keep themselves and others safe and well.