Time Attack UK’s 19th consecutive season has just been announced, with another action-packed calendar planned that features eight rounds across seven meetings at six different venues.
The season kicks off with a spectacular double-header weekend at Anglesey Circuit, the championship revisiting this scenic and great-to-drive venue for the first time since August 2021. The first day of competition takes place on the technically demanding 1.55-mile Coastal version of the circuit, with the second utilising the fast and furious 2.1-mile International configuration.
Next up is the traditional early May Day Bank Holiday Monday visit to Cadwell Park, this unique track a real driver (and spectator) favourite. The event also hosts Modified Live, the first of the year’s spectacular car shows that supports the on-track action.
Round four sees the championship make its first trip to the place it calls home, with its annual June outing to Brands Hatch. Utilising the technically demanding and unforgiving Indy version of the circuit, the day promises an action-packed schedule on track, accompanied the hugely popular Tunerfest South car show off it.
Another staple of the championship in recent times is its mid-summer visit to the picturesque Oulton Park, where round six takes place on the middle-distance Island version of this Cheshire-based venue in July. The event is supported by the Northern edition of Tunerfest, providing another entertaining and vibrant occasion for competitors, spectators, fans and exhibitors.
The calendar takes competitors to the Midlands and Donington Park in August for round six and a day of fierce competition around the national version of this historic and much-revered circuit, the event featuring the third edition of the Tunerfest trilogy.
If previous years are anything to go by, then the second visit of the year to Brands Hatch in September will provide lasting memories for all concerned, with round seven of the Championship a feature of the spectacular and colourful Go Japan! show, a unique celebration of Japanese automotive lifestyle and culture. An event not to be missed!
As it has done for the past four years, the season wraps up with the eighth and final round at Snetterton, with a full day of competition around the two-mile 200 version of this classic Norfolk track. Accompanied by the ever-popular October edition of the Modified Live show, the day never fails to deliver a fantastic finale to an action-packed Time Attack season.