On arrival please park your vehicles in the Paddock in a sensible manner and proceed immediately to signing on as directed. Please do not venture onto any part of the venue that is not authorised to the public, you will be challenged and may be evicted by a member of staff.


Please sign on in plenty of time before the safety briefing. All drivers and passengers must complete a Signing On Form before the briefing. All drivers must attend the safety briefing.

A car sticker will be issued at signing on and it must be applied to the windscreen of the car on the passenger’s side top corner.

The Pit Lane Marshal will need to see both the identification sticker and wristband each time you enter onto the track.

If you arrive at the circuit late for any reason and miss the briefing, report directly to sign on and we will brief you individual as and when we have time.



All drivers must hold a fully unrestricted (not provisional) valid DVLA driving license or the equivalent foreign licensing authority in the driver’s country of residence with appropriate category clearly indicated.

Drivers must be 17 years or older.  

All drivers will need to produce their driver’s license on sign on (only the photo card is required).

Please note no license means no admittance to the track and no refund, Additional



One passenger is allowed to be on circuit per car at a time.

Passengers must be 16 years or older with both the parent/guardian’s and circuit manager’s consent if under 18 years of age.

We highly recommended that all passengers attend the safety briefing in order that they are familiar with the circuit safety procedures that are in place. If passengers do not attend it is the driver’s responsibility to ensure all their passengers are aware of what to do in the event of an incident / breakdown on circuit.



Children under 16 are not allowed in the pit lane or the garages.

The pit lane is strictly one way as is the track.

The pit lane maximum speed limit is 10mph.

The pit lane must be kept clear between the yellow line and the pit wall to allow emergency vehicle access – Strictly no parking or stopping in this area unless instructed to do so.

No smoking in the Pit Lane or garages.

No food in the pit lane.

Do not sit on the pit wall.

If anything is dropped onto the track from the pit wall please let the pit lane marshall or a member of staff know immediately – under no circumstances retrieve it yourself.

Do not re-fuel in the pit lane.



All participants must have their arms and legs covered when they are on circuit.

Exceptions to the arms can be made on hot days when in a closed roof vehicle when full interior trim is fitted, if this is removed arms must still be covered. This however remains to the lead instructor’s discretion.

You are required to wear a helmet at all times when on circuit, helmets must be in good condition and suitable for the activity, (not off road style motorcycle helmets).

In open top cars, the driver and passenger are required to wear a full face helmet with a visor fitted.



The vehicle you intend to use must conform to MOT minimum standards for road use or Motorsport UK current safety and silencing regulations.

The vehicle must be in good condition both mechanically and bodily and suitable for its intended use on the track.

All cars must have working seat belts/harnesses, regardless of age.

All vehicles must also have correctly fitted towing eyes in place both front and rear.

It is your duty to ensure that the vehicle remains in this condition for the duration of the activity, in the interests of your safety and the safety of others at the circuit.



No hand held cameras allowed in vehicles.

Cameras in the car are to have solid mounts to the vehicle. not suckers & secondary holders (cable tie).

Helmet mounted cameras are prohibited.

No drones are permitted to fly or film at any event. 



Racing / Timing of any description is prohibited.




  1. Seat belts or harnesses must be worn at all times at the venue.
  2. Participants must not act or drive recklessly, dangerously or in an intimidating fashion, whether on track or otherwise. Drive a Track reserved the right to remove you from the event or future events if we deme you to be acting dangerously, recklessly or in an intimidating fashion.
  3. No timekeeping or pace making of any sort is allowed on the track day.
  4. If you are using a garage please ensure that no more than 20 litres of fuel is stored inside the garage and is kept in container designer for fuel, ie steel jerry can.
  5. No participants shall consume or be under the influence of alcohol at any time during the track day. Random breathalyzer tests may take place throughout the day.
  6. No participant shall be under the influence of drugs or medication (prescribed or otherwise) or have any pre-existing medical condition that will adversely affect his or her performance during the track day.
  7. No pregnant drivers or passengers will be permitted to participate on track.
  8. Open top cars will only be permitted when fitted with a full Motorsport UK/FIA approved roll safety device, or other road homologated roll over safety device.
  9. Road homologated vehicles which do not have the above by virtue of their manufactured date, but which are still in standard road homologated specification are also permitted.
  10. Participants must listen to all briefings and safety instructions throughout the track day, including flags, signals or warnings from marshals or any other representative of Drive a Track. The decisions of Drive a Track are final.
  11. No paddock bikes or other forms of unlicensed motorised transport are to be used on the venue at any time.
  12. No animals may be brought onto the premises, except registered guide dogs.
  13. It shall be deemed that any person attending has read and complied the rules and regulations, failure to do so is not an excuse for ignorance of them and they form an integral part of the booking, payment and participating process.


Health and Safety.

  1. All participants must comply with the statutes, bye-laws, orders and regulations made by any government, local or other authority affecting the use of the premises.
  2. The circuit organizers shall provide suitable marshals, staff and emergency services personnel to supervise and control the day.
  3. Participants must observe all reasonable requests and instructions issued from time to time during the day.
  4. Participants must not venture upon any areas other than the designated areas of the premises and adhere to all the circuit signage and barriers.
  5. Participants must observe the circuit limitations on numbers of cars on the track at any one time and display patience and courtesy whilst awaiting access to the track.
  6. No persons who do not hold a current UK driving license and relevant insurance policy shall be permitted to drive on the premises.





Motorsport is dangerous and can involve injury or death. Drive A Track takes all reasonable precautions but accidents can still happen. By attending a track day, you acknowledge this and confirm that you are aware of the nature of the activity and attend the Venue at your own risk. Drive A Track may refuse access to, and eject from, the Venue any persons who are acting against the interests of safety and/or whose behavior is likely to cause damage, nuisance or injury. Drive A Track may also have to conduct security searches at the Venue to ensure the safety of customers and other persons at the track day. Neither Drive a Track nor any other members of group of companies or their representatives are responsible for any loss, damage or injury to persons or property caused or sustained by you as result of attendance at any track day, save for liability for death or personal injury arising from Drive a Track’s negligence or for fraudulent misrepresentation.