Sevenoaks & District Motor Club, organisers of Motorsport at Crystal Palace, have announced that an additional 'Invitation Class' has been added to this year's Crystal Palace Sprint programme.
The new class is open to vehicles which do not comply with other class regulations; entries in this class will run as part of the event, with equal billing as regards Practice and Timed runs. However, Invitation Class cars will not be eligible for fastest time of the day.
Now in its third year, Motorsport at the Palace, in association with the Ancaster Group, has proven a popular event with drivers and spectators alike. This year's event, which will run over the weekend of 26/27 May, promises to be bigger and better than ever, with a range of family-themed attractions away from the exciting on-track action.
Diggerland and the London Karting Company are both new for 2012, the former offering a rare opportunity to take control of some heavy-duty construction equipment, while the latter gives youngsters the chance to race in special, child-friendly, electric karts.
The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club will be firing up some beautiful GP and race bikes, while visitors will again be able to stroll around the open paddock and admire a host of wonderful machinery in the show area.
Prices have been held at last year's levels, with a single adult ticket costing just £10 per day; children under 16 enter free (providing they are accompanied by an adult).
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