Blog in April Lowflying 2015

The event season has started with a bang! From the second week in March we began taking bookings for the ever so popular Dunsfold Handling Day, Cadwell Park track day, speed championship registrations, Curborough and (for the second year running) Throckmorton. The bookings came flooding in and we were kept busy processing them and dealing with enquiries.

I am sorry to miss Dunsfold Handling Day yet again this year, as we booked our holiday to West Wales last year before we knew the date. I understand that this will be Steve Mell’s last year organising the event. He has put in a lot of hard work to run this event for many years and I am sure that his efforts are much appreciated, especially as it is one of the most popular club events in the calendar.

There are still places available on the Cadwell Park track day. It is an exclusive club member’s only event which is run as an open pit lane. Free track driving instruction is available on the day for those who would are attending for the first time or wish to improve their experience on track. The event is suitable for both beginners and advanced drivers. The booking form is in March edition of Lowflying or you can contact the office for a form.

Throckmorton was a great success last year. It is an event suitable for all the family with cars on display (not just 7’s), catering on site, slalom course, drift area, auto jumble and more. It is a fantastic chance to meet up with the wider membership and make new friends! The booking form is in March edition of Lowflying or you can contact the office.

The booking form for Brands Hatch GP is available in this edition of Lowflying and again we will be processing the applications and payment in the office. It is a prestigious track and again it will be a club exclusive track day with free track driving instruction. The event is suitable for both beginners and advanced drivers, so if you have not participated in a track day before it is a perfect opportunity!