We’ve teamed up with the Dunlop Race Academy to give Evo trackday drivers the chance to race a Nissan 370Z in the Sport Maxx Cup. There are four dates for your diaries this year, and as well as repeating our popular Bedford Autodrome evening events we’ll also be at Silverstone on the National circuit for two full day events. The events themselves will run to the usual trackday format, but those drivers wishing to enter the Dunlop Race Academy competition (a no-cost option) will be assessed by BTCC drivers and members of the Evo editorial team. Two winners from each of the first three events will be invited back to a final at Silverstone on the 8th of September, where the successful driver will become a fully funded race driver. More details will be released in the coming weeks, but in the meantime here are the dates you need: 21 May Bedford Autodrome (evening) £1191 June Silverstone National (full day) £25013 August Bedford Autodrome (evening) £1198 September Silverstone National (full day) £250
evo Trackday dates 2010
evo's 2010 trackday dates and booking details as well as your chance to be a racing driver
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