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The Events

What is the schedule for the day ?

Times may vary between venues but the structure for the day is basically as below :

Scutineering & Signing on - Get the car checked over and adrivers signed on for the event.

Briefing - Outlines whats going to happen on the day, procedures, etc.

Sighting Laps - Everyone follows the safety car in a convoy for several laps to see the circuit/conditions.

Practice Run - All competitors are permitted a single untimed practice run.

Timed Runs - All competitors take part in up to 8 timed runs which determine the results for the day.


Timed Runs - All competitors take part in up to 8 timed runs which determine the results for the day.

Awards Presentation


What other vehicles will be there ?

There will be a wide range of vehicles ranging from cutting edge competition vehicles to small engined superminis so no matter what vehicle you have there should always be someone you can have a battle with. Sprints will also be running alongside the Javelin Trackdays Sprint Series on occasion so although you are not competing directly you will be running the same course so you will be able to compare times between series.


What if I can only make it to one round / Do I have to go to all the venues?

The Toyota Sprint Series welcomes all entrants, whether for the whole season or the odd round. Entries are made on a round by round basis so you only need commit to the events that you want to do but that may impact on your championship standings at the end of the year. There may also be some additional individual sprint events throughout the year that are their own competition and do not count towards any championship.


So, how much is it going to cost me?

Firstly, the amount you spend on your car is up to you. We usually run tracks of somewhere between 1.2 - 2.5 miles depending on the venue, and try to go for a minimum 4 runs in total (1 offiicial practice and 3 official timed, schedules should allow for 2 practice runs and up to 8 timed runs to be completed but this is obviously dependent on any delays being caused) - so factor your fuel usage in to that cost. Fees wise, the cost of each round is £139 per driver and you pay on a round by round basis.


What can I win?

For each round trophies are awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd overall, each individual class winner and if there are enough entrants in a class the runner up will also receive a trophy.


Can we have multiple drivers?

You can share your car with another driver if you wish but you will need to enter both drivers. The schedule means that it is not practical to share a vehicle between more than 2 drivers as there would not be enough time for each driver to complete their runs without disrupting the day overall.


Am I likely to damage my car?

This is largely down to the individual driver, obviously over the day your car is going to take more punishment than usual in terms of brakes and tyre wear but most of this is down to how you are driving. In terms of accident damage most venues are quite open and have little in the way of ‘solid’ structures to hit, the most likely things to take a hit are the various cones/poles that may define the courses but the aim is to avoid those usually.


What is the layout of each venue ?

The airfield courses are set up using the exisiting roads on the venues with cones, blocks, poles, etc used to define track limits and direction changes. The circuits are run largely untouched with perhaps the odd cone to make sure that corners aren't cut.


Will I be penalised for hitting any equipment/leaving the track ?

It is intended that competitors stay within the track limits and do not cause disruption for cars that are following them so if a vehicle is deemed to have gained an advantage  i.e. more than 2 wheels off or they have hit something i.e. cones then their time is not recorded and they are awarded a void run instead. This is because a cone in the middle of the track is likely to interfere with vehicles behind and with potentially up to 3-4 vehicles following on track this can significantly delay the day if those runs are scrapped and reruns have to take place. The intention is that you stay on the track and not touch any of the equipment in place. There is also the side effect that you will benefit the other competitors by allowing them to partake in a rerun and potentially allowing them to overtake you in the results.


How long will I be there ?

Sprint events are a full day affair so you can expect to be at the venue from approximately 07:30-17:30. Events will start with a scrutineering and signing on period followed by a safety briefing at around 8:45 and then sighting laps with the first run starting around 9:30. Runs are completed in order so all competitors will complete run 1 before moving onto run 2, etc. Runs will always cease at least 17:00 (if they haven't already been completed) and the awards presentation will take place.


When do I need to enter ?

Entries need to be made by 12:00 on the Wednesday before each event so that we can finalise entry lists, etc before we leave for the event.


When does the Book Early Price end ?

Entries at the Book Early Price of £139 will last until one week before entries close on each event at which time the price will increase to £159 per entry. This is to encourage people to enter in good time as experience tells us that most people like to leave it until late, similar events require you to commit to several events at a time or enter several weeks in advance so rather than closing entries much earlier we will impose a financial incentive to encourage earlier entry.


Do I have to be there first thing ?

As early as possible, yes. We are required to scuntineer all vehicles before they can compete, if you have not gone through scrutineering before it closes then you will not be able to take part in the event. If everyone arrived 30 minute before scrutineering closed there would be no way to process that many vehicles in the time allowed and it would severely delay the track time of the event so you need to be there as early as possible so we can get everyone through.


Can I turn up later and get a later safety briefing ?

You are required to attend the one and only morning briefing and it is your responsibility to ensure you attend, if you do not then it is extremely unlikely you will then be permitted to participate in the event.


Do I need a timing strut ?

The timing is managed by timing beams at the start and finish, these detect when any point of a vehicle breaks the beam so an additional timing strut is not required.


Do I need to display some numbers ?

You will need to display competition numbers on the side of your vehicle throughout the event, these will be allocated and provided for you on the day in the form of door plates. It is required that these are displayed as supplied throughout the event, if you do not wish to attach stickers to your vehicle then there will be a roll of magnetic strip available on the day for a small fee so you can easily remove them after the event is concluded.


Do I need to wear racing overalls ?

You can do if you want to but we only require that you wear normal clothes that cover your arms and legs unless you are in a class where flameproof overalls are required.


Can I have a passenger ?

Passengers are not permitted on a competition event.


Can I bring people to watch ?

Spectators are welcome to attend and there is no fee to do so however anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times and pets are not permitted on any of the venues under any circumstances. The circuit venues will usually have spectator facilities in place so you can view from several areas but some of the venues i.e. Woodbridge, Blyton Park will generally just have the one area available. Please note that animals are not permitted at any motorsport venue.