|The pit lane|
16th April 2018
Spaces: Sold Out
A Tale of Two Beginners (or life begins at 50)
A 50 year old MGA takes to the track again after 18 years absence. Two beginners guide it around the home of British Motorsport - the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.
Have you been wondering what it's like to take your MG or Rover on track? Read the experiences of a track day virgin, Bob Larcombe, as he takes his MG on track for the first time.
Are you wavering? We have many members who are interested in track days but have not yet taken the plunge. Peter Wright was a waverer, but finally took the plunge at Brands Hatch, read about his experience.
Not Driving Can Be Fun Too!
If you're still not convinced that you'll enjoy taking your MG or Rover on track, why not come along as a spectator and see what our events are all about? You can usually grab some laps as a passenger, which is exactly what Bob Larcombe did at Silverstone and found out that not driving can be fun too!
You'll Love Cadwell
Cadwell Park is an infamous circuit in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Jennie Stothert tells us of her experience of driving at Cadwell for the first time.
Graeme Forrester takes his "historic" spec B for an evening shakedown at Knockhill and finds out that MGs on Track events are a bit different.
Neil Fry gives us the benefit of his experience of driving this technical circuit in his MGF VVC.
John Pycock tells us about taking his MGB, the yellow peril, around Cadwell.