Tickets sold out for Guild Big Day Out 2021

Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire, one of the most popular club tracks in the country, will play host to the Guild’s Big Day Out on Wednesday 1 September 2021.

The annual track day, where members bring their own cars and put them through their paces on the challenging circuit, has been re-arranged from its original April 2020 date, which had to be cancelled due to the pandemic.

Those who had booked for last year have already been informed and can carry over their entries from 2020, and the remaining tickets are now sold out. A reserve list is being held for anyone who would like a chance to attend is a ticketholder drops out before the event.

The day starts at 8.30am with registration and vehicle noise checks (there is a track limit of 100 decibels) followed by a compulsory driver briefing.

Drivers and their cars are allocated 15 minute slots on the track with groups of 12 cars running at a time with an hour lunch break – everyone gets a minimum of four outings during the day so a total of an hour on the circuit.

Suzuki is the event sponsor and will be bringing along a selection of its latest models for members to test drive on the local roads.

At the end of the day Guild president Nick Mason will be inviting everyone to his home at Middlewick House (15 minutes from the circuit) for afternoon tea.

Entry fee is a bargain £35 for Guild members, £65 for guest drivers and £10 for passengers. This includes a breakfast bap and hot drink on arrival. Hot and cold refreshments are available throughout the day in the circuit restaurant which is the centre of operations for the event.

Full details and an entry form can be obtained from Chris Adamson on email: