The Castle Combe Circuit team is disappointed to announce that new governmental guidance issued on Tuesday, 6 April means that spectators will unfortunately not be allowed to attend any non-elite sport events until 17 May. This means that we have no choice but to hold the May Day Madness race day (3 May) in a ‘behind-closed-doors’ format (no spectators).
This information contradicts earlier advice laid out in Step Two of the ‘Covid-19 Roadmap’, which allows outdoor attractions such as theme parks and zoos to reopen from 12 April, but now puts a specific ban on spectators at sports events until 17 May.
This is unsurprisingly a huge blow to organisers and those who were planning on spectating at May Day Madness. If you have purchased tickets or are a season pass holder that is affected, please contact us on email@example.com to discuss alternative options.
- We can confirm that until 17 May, the circuit will continue to run events such as track days and driving experience courses under the current guidelines (no spectators).
- For events after 17 May, please check the appropriate event page on our website for up-to-date information.
- For a full list of current Covid-19 guidelines at Castle Combe Circuit, please click here.
Thanks for your continued cooperation.Posted by Jo Lewkowicz on Monday 12 April 2021
at Castle Combe Circuit
31 May 2021