Castle Combe Track Day


Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club Trackday 

Castle Combe Race Track (Nr.Chippenham, Wiltshire)

Wednesday 25th October 2017

 

 

Join us at our Autumn trackday. This event is open to all, giving enthusiasts the opportunity to explore the performance of their car at this famous and interesting circuit, in a safe, controlled environment. Passengers are welcome to share the experience. If required, professional tuition is included to get the best from your car in ideal conditions: no speed cameras, pedestrians and (hopefully) nobody coming the other way!

The day consists of a briefing, where the Instructor will talk you through trackday etiquette and circuit geography. This is followed by familiarisation laps for newcomers and, if required, one-to-one laps with an Instructor sitting alongside. When you feel you are ready, you can venture out alone!
Instructors’ services are available throughout the day to help hone your skills. Technical advice and support is also provided as part of the trackday experience, plus the opportunity to talk with like-minded enthusiasts.
All that is required is a road or race legal car, which need not be a Jaguar. Non- JEC members are also welcome. Corporate/Company packages and group bookings can be negotiated.
Track sessions comprise groups of around 20 cars for up to 15 minutes. The circuit is marshalled and closely regulated to ensure those new to trackdays get the very best experience.
The day will be segregated into sessions for novices and for those who wish to go a little quicker…so no pressure!

 

Cost: £25 per session or, for the whole day, £230 for JEC Members – £240 for non-Members.

Additional driver £35, Additional passenger £10, Spectators free.

Helmets are mandatory, if you don’t own one, they can be hired free of charge, but a refundable deposit is required.

 

To register an interest:

Tel: 01453 842399 or e-mail terry.dye@jec.org.uk or terrydye78@gmail.com

Technical enquiries: contact Ray Ingman 07850 555129

 

Pictures taken at Castle Combe Guild of Motoring Writers Track Day courtesy of Jeff Bloxham