In true Time Attack tradition, the first meeting in this year’s calendar takes place at Cadwell Park for the Championship’s annual early May Bank Holiday visit to this unique and much-loved venue. Set deep in the Lincolnshire countryside, this famous circuit celebrates its 88th year and although renowned for its motorcycle meetings, provides a perfect amphitheatre for the first two rounds of Time Attack.
With its changes in elevation and series of technical bends, it’s one of the most demanding circuits in the UK and consequently a firm favourite with the drivers and spectators, who can watch the non-stop all day action from the many and varied vantage points around the track.
As well as featuring rounds one and two of this year’s Time Attack Championship, the event also hosts the first two rounds of the spectacular Motorsport UK Drift Pro Championship, the first two rounds of the Milltek Sport Civic Cup Championship and running at a Time Attack meeting for the very first time is the Motorsport UK British Superkart Championship with three races over the events two days.
And if that wasn’t enough, following a year off due to the circumstances all have us become familiar with in recent times, the Modified Live performance tuning show returns, featuring cars club displays, a show and shine competition, trade stands and a range of attractions.
Here’s what’s in store:
- Time Attack Championship – Rounds 1 & 2
- Motorsport UK Drift Pro Championship – Rounds 1 & 2
- Milltek Sport Civic Cup – Rounds 1 & 2
- Motorsport UK British Superkart Championship – Rounds 1, 2 & 3
- Modified Live Tuning Show
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