Formed to run all car racing at Castle Combe Circuit, the Castle Combe Racing Club provides competitors with well organised and promoted meetings, strong competitive grids, and a variety of classes. All within an environment that recognises that drivers are the customers who make the whole sport possible.


For spectators, a promise to work towards varied race programmes with full grids, strong local championships and, wherever possible to run the type of racing and events you want to see, providing a great value for money day out. For tickets visit the Circuit website.


If you cannot yet afford to compete yet would like to be more involved with the action, Marshalling can be just the place to give you the perfect grooming and insight into how to race once you are out there, the correct racing line, the positioning of the flag points, understanding of the regulations and much more.

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CCRC 2016 Birkett 6-Hour Relay Team

Posted by on 12 September 2016

First run in 1951, the Birkett is acknowledged to be the UK's largest annual motor race, offering six hours of racing on Silverstone's sensational Grand Prix Circuit in a relay format. Scheduled for October 22nd 2016, the Birkett usually sees a capacity grid of 70 teams in what's become one of British motor racing's longest-running traditions. 

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Drama, intrigue, chaos and pandemonium greeted the Castle Combe Racing Club as crowds flocked in their hundreds once more for the August Bank Holiday scorcher. Great battles a plenty filled the day with battles in each of the club’s championships while concern swept the entire circuit during the day after accidents for the guest Superkart Championship drivers Luke Plain and Roy Bennett with both receiving medical attention through the day. It added a sour note to a day that was already filled with near misses during qualifying, including a huge crash for Formula Ford 1600 racer Sam Street who destroyed his car against the Camp corner tyre barriers, with Street fortunately walking away unhurt. It merely set things up for a crazy day on the Wiltshire battleground.

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