|The pit lane|
27th March 2017
Spaces: Sold Out
24th April 2017
Spaces: Sold Out
Our philosophy is simple - to organise fun, sociable track days where MG enthusiasts can enjoy their cars in safety, with fellow enthusiasts and at the best possible price.
We make every effort to build a community spirit within the club by arranging friendly track days, which are welcoming to beginners, and by providing the on-line forum The Pit Lane for pre and post event chat. Our members can also take advantage of a number of benefits we have negotiated with carefully selected partners.
To help us be transparent in achieving our aims, we have a pricing policy and a booking policy. You may also like to read the terms and conditions that apply to all of our events.
Who We Are
MGs on Track is a branch of the MG Car Club. We have a formally elected committee, all of whom are MG enthusiasts who enjoy driving on track. Click here for details of our current committee.
We run our track days in accordance with the Association of Track Day Organisers (ATDO) code of practice to ensure safety standards are maintained.
MGs on Track started off as a group of MG enthusiasts who decided to try a bit of self-help. A few of us had tried the odd track day, but sometimes found the mix of high powered cars on commercial track days a bit daunting. These events were quite expensive so we couldn't go to as many as we would like and we also found we enjoyed them much more in the company of fellow MG enthusiasts.
In 2002 we formed MGs on Track and our objective was very simple - to get as many MG owners as we could enjoying track days in each others' company for the cheapest possible price! This philosophy remains and continues to be our primary aim!
The biggest change to date happened in December 2003 when MGs on Track was taken under the wing of the MG Car Club. This offer made tremendous sense and secured the operational future of MGs on Track. It gives us access to the Car Club's infrastructure and also means we can benefit from the long standing relationships built up between the Car Club and many of the circuit operators.