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Join us at Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire on 20 April for an action-packed day of track action at bargain prices - but act now because places on the event are going fast.

Honda returns as the main sponsor and will be providing a selection of cars to test – and they're hoping to bring along BTCC drivers Gordon Sheddon and Matt Neal too.

Other guest racing drivers will be on hand to chat about racing lines and how to get the most performance from a car. Already confirmed is 11 times Le Mans entrant, former British Touring Car exponent and Porsche specialist Nick Faure.

Guild president Nick Mason has once again extended an invitation to join him for afternoon tea at his home Middlewick House, which is a short drive from the circuit, after the event.

All types of car are eligible, provided they can meet the 100dB noise limit imposed at Castle Combe, and drivers of all ages and experience levels are welcome provided they have a valid road licence. Entry costs just £25 for Guild members (and guests driving members' cars) and £50 for non-members. Passengers must be at least 16 years old, and pay just £10. All prices include the essential bacon bap on arrival.

The number of cars is capped at 60 and all but the last few places are already filled, so you'll need to sign up quickly. Details and entry forms can be obtained from Guild honorary secretary Chris Adamson at 


9am Cars arrive, drivers sign on at the Tavern Restaurant, noise checks begin

9.30am All drivers required to attend a safety briefing

10am Track opens for groups of 12 cars at a time in 15 minute sessions

1pm Lunch break

2pm Track opens for groups of 12 cars at a time in 15 minute sessions

4.30pm Event closes

Take a look at Jeff Bloxham's pictures from the Guild's 2016 Castle Combe track day


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