Bristol Motor Club is pleased to invite competitors to the Great Western Sprint. At 3.3 miles – 1¾ laps of the racing circuit – it is the longest sprint course in the country. The start is at the pit lane exit, the finish at Westway on the second lap. Exit from the course is via the pit lane slip road into the paddock.
Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to check their car thoroughly and ensure that it is in a fit state to compete, especially following any work that may have been completed over the winter.
The principal trophies presented for the Great Western Sprint are The Hastings Trophy for Fastest Time of the Day, and The Castle Combe Plate for the Best Performance by a Bristol MC member. For detailed information about the background and history of the Great Western Sprint, please click here.
Contact: Event Secretary Ady Taylor 07957 545432.
As with any sprint, we need a good contingent of marshals to help run the day safely and efficiently, so if you’re not going to compete please consider offering your services. For many of the posts you don’t need any prior experience, just enthusiasm, common sense and the willingness to learn the simple rules that apply.
For further information please contact the Chief Marshal Mike Cole