Members of the public have a rare opportunity to sit alongside one of the world’s top race car drivers at the annual Stroke Association ‘Supercar Saturday’ at the Castle Combe Circuit on Saturday October 25.
Anthony Reid, a former Formula 3 champion, the original British Touring Car Championship Masters Champion and veteran of Le Mans and various other international racing categories will be giving passenger rides in a variety of race and road cars to help raise money for the Stroke Association charity.
Rides are available for a donation of between £30 and £60, depending on the car/driver combination. Amongst the others is the rare 520 horsepower V8 MG ZT racing saloon of Paul Luti and the Radical SR3 of Rachel Davies as well as various other cars from the likes of Lotus On Track and the Ferrari Owner’s Club, including Tim Lewis from Beckhampton with his Ferrari 355 and his 1964 250 GT Lusso.
The day starts at 10-00 AM and carries on till dusk.
General admission is £5 for adults and free for children, with easy free parking on site.Click here for the Castle Combe Circuit web site - designed and built by Racecar