This weekend has been tagged ‘Festival Weekend’ across the country and in British motorcycling there’s nothing bigger than the British Superbike round at Cadwell Park. So if you’re not sure what you’re up to over the Bank Holiday then get alone and let’s see if we can all jam up Lincolnshire with the biggest bike racing event of modern times.
Held across this Saturday, Sunday and Monday the BSB outing is bigger than either the World Superbike or MotoGP rounds as nearly 50,000 people head to the demanding Lincolnshire circuit to see our best home-grown talent throw themselves over The Mountain.
With nothing else like The Mountain in world racing, you’re not going to get to see anything like this anywhere else.
On top of the racing is a real festival feeling to the event with various trade stands and the funfair open all weekend, on Sunday there’s evening family movies being shown from 7pm on the big TV screen between the Medical Centre and Control tower, there’s also the Demon Drome Wall of Death going on across the event and on Saturday evening the bands Hardtimes and Ripkord are playing live with other bands Stolen Fridays, The Tuesday’s and Flipside Party playing on Sunday evening. There’s a DJ performing in the Clubhouse on Saturday night, too.
Even the weather’s playing British Superbike ball too, check out the BBC forecast for the area:
Here’s the timetable for the qualifying,practice and races as they happen across the weekend:
Prices start from £8 with children under 13 getting free access to the circuit on all three days. Here’s a complete breakdown of the prices for the tickets that are left:
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