2023 Llandow Sprint: Regulations

Entries open at 09:00 on 28th February 2023

2023 June Llandow Sprint Regulations

The 2023 June Llandow Sprint will again be co-promoted by Bristol Motor Club and Bristol Pegasus Motor Club.

The event is a round of the WAMC Trident Engineering WSH Championship, TyreMarks ASWMC Sprint Championship, Downton Motor Club Speed Championship, MGCC Speed Championship, Bristol MX5 Challenge, Bristol Two Litre Cup, Midland Speed Championship, Triple M/Pirelli HSA Speed Championship, BARC Connaught Speed Championship, Classic Marques Speed Challenge and Paul Matty Lotus Hillclimb Championship.

We are also pleased to welcome members of the co-promoting clubs and members of any club affiliated to the WAMC, the ASWMC or the AWMMC Regional Associations. For all competitors who have previously entered the event we welcome you back, for those competitors who are entering this event for the first time we warmly welcome you and trust you will find the day to be enjoyable and competitive.

Those competitors who would like their licence signed for upgrade purposes, please leave it with the Entries Secretary at signing on and ensure you collect it before leaving the circuit at the end of the event.

All competitors/crew please note that we wish the marshals to be refreshed during the lunch time break and look to your co-operation in allowing them priority access to the catering facilities.

Overnight camping is not allowed at the venue, however overnight facilities are available at the Llandow caravan and camping site (next to the circuit). Please make your own arrangements with them. Contact Llandow Caravan Park, Llandow, Cowbridge Tel: 01446 794527

Race with Respect – Encouraging a positive environment, on and off the track

A socially minded standard of behaviour is expected from everyone within the motorsport community. By participating in a Motorsport UK event, in any capacity, you are agreeing to follow the values of the governing body’s Respect Code: Respect; Integrity; Fair play; Self-control; Good manners. Further information is available here.

Finally, a reminder that there are some changes to the Motorsport UK Yearbook so please ensure your car and safety equipment complies with the updated 2023 regulations. Owners of vehicles requiring a Competition Car Log Book, please note that old style CCLBs issued between 1 Jan 2000 and 31 Dec 2004 expired at the end of 2022 so a new CCLB will be required for the 2023 season.