How does it work?

The club track day is ideal for small groups of enthusiasts who want some quality track time.

Club track days differ from conventional track days in that no more than six cars are allowed on track together. This means that drivers have plenty of room to themselves and can concentrate on runs of seven or eight laps to really improve their technique.  The track is still managed with control, recovery and medical services but due to the limited number of cars, we use fewer marshals and rely on CCTV to monitor the track.

These days have been run for a number of regional motor clubs, the Porsche Club GB, the Maserati Owners Club, the Aston Martin Owners Club and even the pre-war Austin 7 Club.  While a club track day is a great opportunity for drivers to enjoy their cars away from the public highway, it is also a great excuse for enthusiasts to get together and have a relaxed day enjoying their cars.

Blyton Park is the approved track day supplier to the Federation of Historic Vehicle Clubs and discounted hire rates are available to member organisations.

Contact us directly to arrange your club track day.