evo's Run What Ya Brung event

Join evo for a trackday, hillclimb or drag run in 2011. Bring your car, see ours in action and meet the team

This Sunday, March 20, sees evo’s Run What Ya Brung event run at Santa Pod in Northamptonshire. It’s open to all cars and bikes, and gives you the chance to pit you and your car against fellow evo readers as well as some of the evo team in their Fast Fleet long-term test cars.

The venue normally opens at 8.00am with the track open from 9.30am to 5pm. It is recommended you arrive before 9.30 to ensure track-time. We can only accept a limited number of sign-ons, so arrive early to avoid disappointment! Admission for normal RWYB public track days is £10, plus a one-off signing on fee of £25 for drivers for unlimited runs or £10 for passengers going down the strip.

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Please note, track opening times are approximate and may be subject to track and weather conditions. The dragstrip cannot be used in the wet. Don't forget your driving licence!

Head to the Santa Pod website for further details. And if you’d like to attend more evo track events, the details are below...

BEDFORD TRACK EVENINGS (£125):Friday April 8Friday May 6Friday June 10Friday September 2

PRESCOTT HILL CLIMB DAY (£175):Wednesday July 6

SANTA POD RUN WHAT YA BRUNG (£35):Sunday March 20Saturday October 15

Click here to book your place!

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