Donington Historic Festival back on track in 2022

Donington Historic Festival back on track in 2022

The Donington Historic Festival (DHF) is bringing its inimitable blend of world-class historic motor racing to Donington Park again on the weekend of 30 April to 1 May 2022.


Spectators of all ages will be warmly welcomed and presented with a fantastic display of highly competitive motor racing. With competition cars spanning eight decades and everything from pre-War sports cars, 50s and 60s GT and sports-racing cars and single-seaters to Touring Cars from several eras taking to the track, plus a host of other attractions, there will be something for everyone at this family-friendly event.


Add in the very special Donington Park atmosphere and superb spectator viewing and you have an unmissable Saturday and Sunday’s entertainment – and fans will still have the Bank Holiday Monday to relax at home (or head for the DIY store…).


Tickets for DHF 2022 go on sale this November, in plenty of time for Christmas.

In further good news for lovers of the Festival, DHF organisers Historic Promotions and circuit operator MotorSport Vision (MSV) have signed a new three-year agreement, which will see the event staged well into this decade.


Richard Grafton, Commercial Director, Historic Promotions said: “Having successfully run the Donington Historic Festival in 2021 with capacity grids, albeit without spectators, we are delighted to announce the dates for the 2022 edition, where we are planning to welcome spectators back in force with a packed programme of racing and off-track entertainment. We are also delighted to be partnering with MSV again to stage the Festival, under a new three-year agreement that secures the future of this major event in the historic racing calendar. Donington Park continues to go from strength to strength and we’re thrilled to be a part of what promises to be an exciting future.”


MSV's Group Head of Sales and Marketing Tristan Harris commented: “The Donington Historic Festival has been one of the circuit’s biggest and most important meetings for a decade, and we are very pleased to have signed the new, three-year agreement. It’s a particularly special event, and we can’t wait to see a full crowd of spectators enjoying grids of fabulous historic machines powering round Donington Park once more.”

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