evo track evenings 2017, in association with GT Radial: book now!

Our track evening season kicks off at Rockingham race circuit next week! Here is what you need to know.

evo and GT Radial are heading back to the track for the 2017 track evening season and you’re invited to join us!

Hosted over the summer, the season starts on Thursday 11 May at Rockingham Motor Speedway – Europe’s fastest racing circuit - before returning once again a month later to the unique venue with its Indycar inspired banking.

We have three dates at Rockingham – Thursday 11 May, Thursday 15 June and Friday 18 August – and all three will use the 1.94 mile International Super Sportscar circuit. With its 12 turns, which includes the unique 7-degree banked turn 1, the 11 metre wide track hosts rounds of the British Touring Car and British GT Championships and its combination of long straights, sweeping high speed corners and a technical infield section are why it’s an evo favourite for track tests. 

Running an open pit lane format our Rockingham track evenings cost just £131 (inc booking fee) with additional drivers costing just £32. The evenings run from 16:30 through to 20:00 (17:00 – 20:30 on Friday 18 August) and are subject to a 98db noise limit.

Along with your crash helmet you’ll also need long sleeves (arms and legs) and your driving licence (if you don’t have your driving licence to hand bring your National Insurance number with you).

See you on the track! 

Five reasons to book our Rockingham track evening 

Drive the 1.94 mile International Super Sportscar circuit – as used by the BTCC and British GT Championship

Experience Europe’s fastest race circuit

Circuit layout includes the unique 7-degree banking

Open pit lane – go on track when you want

Meet the evo team

Rockingham Motor Speedway

Thursday, May 11, 16:30

Thursday, June 15, 16:30

Friday, August 18, 17:00

Bedford Autodrome

Friday, July 7, 15:30

Friday, September 1, 15:30

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evo Track Evenings, in association with GT Radial

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