evo Track Days 2020: dates, tickets, booking info

First dates of our 2020 evo Track Days season are now on sale - including our new daytime event on the full 3.8 mile Bedford Autodrome GT Circuit

evo Track Days are back for 2020 with our biggest and most diverse season yet! Building on our classic roster of evenings in Brands Hatch and the Bedford Autodrome, we’re now also launching our new full-day time table on the Bedford Autodrome’s 3.8-mile GT circuit. 

As every year, evo track days will be held between May and September and are the perfect opportunity to safely push the limits of your performance car and experience the real thrill of driving in a safe and controlled environment.

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Goodwood will also be returning to the calendar in 2020, with further details to be released in the coming months.

As well as getting to know your car, you’ll also get the chance to meet some of the evo team and a whole pit lane full of like-minded car enthusiasts.

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Locations

Our 2020 evo season will be based at three core circuits that offer markedly different on-track experiences, including the aforementioned Bedford Autodrome, Brands Hatch and the Goodwood circuit. Read our full circuit guides for Bedford and Brands by clicking the links below.

> Bedford Autodrome circuit guide> Brands Hatch circuit guide

New for 2020 is our full-day program on the full-length 3.8-mile Bedford Autodrome GT Circuit. As well as a full seven hours on track, you'll also be treated to lunch on the day. 

Dates and times

Below are the dates and timings for the 2020 evo track days.

Bedford Autodrome - SW circuit Bedford Autodrome - GT circuitBrands Hatch - Indy circuitGoodwood Motor Circuit

Dates: 8th June (evening), 24th July,  21st August 

 

Dates: 8th June (daytime)

 

Dates: 11th May, 2nd Sep

 

Dates: TBC

 

Location: Thurleigh Airfield Business Park, Thurleigh, Bedford MK44 2YP

 

Location: Thurleigh Airfield Business Park, Thurleigh, Bedford MK44 2YP

Location: Brands Hatch, West Kingsdown, Longfield DA3 8NG

 

Location: Goodwood motor circuit, Chichester, PO18 0PX

 

Timings:

16:30 Registration in scrutineering suite and noise testing outside scrutineering bay opens

17.00 Driver briefing in scrutineering suite

17.30 Familiarisation laps and track opens

20:00 Track time ends

 

Timings: 

08:00: Registration 

08:30: Safety briefing

09:00: Familiarisation and track opens

13:00 - 14:00: Lunch

17:00: Track time ends

 

Timings:

16:30 Registration in scrutineering suite and noise testing outside scrutineering bay opens

17.00 Driver briefing in scrutineering suite

17.30 Familiarisation laps and track opens

20:00 Track time ends

 

Timings:

Further details TBC

 

> Click here for our full guide to track days

Driver Info

Noise Restrictions

The noise restrictions differ slightly between venues, see below for more details. Any vehicles failing the noise test will not be allowed out on the track.

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Bedford

 

Brands Hatch

 

Goodwood

Static - 101 dBStatic - 102 dBStatic - 105dB
Drive By - 87.5 dBDrive By - 90 dBDrive By - 101dB

Driving licence

All those wishing to drive a car on the track on the evening must bring a valid UK drivers licence with them. This will be checked by the venue staff, and only on producing your licence will you be given a wristband that will allow you on to the track.

If you have lost your licence you can obtain a licence reference number from the DVLA by visiting their website. 

Helmets

Helmets must be worn by everyone in a car on the track. You are welcome to bring your own helmet, or you can hire one from us on the evening, just make sure you select the correct option as you go through the booking process.

Safety Briefing

Everyone will need to attend a safety briefing before being allowed out on track. This applies to everyone, whether it's your first or 50th event, so please make sure you arrive by 4:30pm to take part.

evo track day ticket prices

2020 evo track evening places are priced as follows:

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  • Individual/main driver + one additional driver: £150 Additional driver (third driver in a vehicle): £35 per person Helmet hire: £10 per helmet

To celebrate the our first full-day program on the Bedford Autodrome GT Circuit, we're introducing an early bird offer with prices starting at:

  • Individual/main driver: £250 (usual price £275) Additional driver (second driver in a vehicle): £100 per person Helmet hire: £10 per helmet

Details of our exclusive full-day program at the Goodwood motor circuit will be revealed soon, so make sure you keep an eye on this page and our social channels for full details in the coming weeks...

Click here to book your 2020 evo Track day...

Find more on track cars, track days and track driving through the links below...

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