With race tracks across the country planning to reopen in the coming weeks, No Limits has released a selection of provisional dates for track days up until the end of June.
The announcement was made after MSV confirmed its circuits will begin reopening from 26 May. And that means No Limits is putting plans in place to get its track days started as soon as possible.
Of course, things are going to be a little different than what you’re used to for the immediate future. More specifically, No Limits has said it’ll require riders to follow strict social distancing measures – but don’t worry, organisers will issue venue specific advice to everyone that books on. Seems pretty reasonable, don’t you think?
So if you fancy putting in some laps on track, here’s the current list of No Limits dates;
Tuesday 26 May – Cadwell Park Day and Eve
Tuesday 26 May – Donington Day and Eve
Wednesday 27 May – Cadwell Park
Sunday 31 May – Snetterton (Initial priority will be given to those with a 24th May booking)
Tuesday 2 June – Donington
Wednesday 3 June – Brands Hatch Indy Day and Eve
Friday 5 June – Mallory Park
Monday 8 June – Cadwell Park Day and Eve
Tuesday 9 June – Cadwell Park
Tuesday 9 June – Oulton Park
Wednesday 10 June – Oulton Park
Thursday 11 June – Brands Hatch GP
Friday 12 June – Cadwell Park
Saturday 13 June – Cadwell Park (Initial priority will be given to those with a 16th/17th May Cadwell Park booking)
Sunday 14 June – Cadwell Park (Initial priority will be given to those with a 16th/17th May Cadwell Park booking)
Sunday 14 June – Mallory Park
Monday 15 June – Snetterton Day and Eve
Tuesday 16 June – Snetterton
Thursday 18 June – Croft
Friday 19 June – Croft
Monday 22 June – Cadwell Park Day and Eve
Tuesday 23 June – Cadwell Park Open Pit Lane
Tuesday 23 June – Donington
Friday 26 June – Mallory Park
Saturday 27 June – Lydden Hill
Monday 29 June – Snetterton Day and Eve
Monday 29 June – Brands Hatch Indy Day and Eve
Tuesday 30 June – Snetterton Open Pit Lane
For more information on how to book a place, click HERE.
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