During this unprecedented period of uncertainty in the UK and beyond, the Castle Combe Circuit team is livening things up for motorsport fans with ‘Combe TV’ – a Facebook Live show that airs every Wednesday and Sunday at 7pm.
Hosted by Sales and Marketing Director, Tom Davis, and the circuit’s leading commentator, Chris Dawes, Combe TV invites special guests along as the hosts discuss all things Castle Combe and motorsport.
We’re pleased to announce that for the show on Sunday, 26 April, we’re being joined by competitive drifter, Amy ‘Aims’ Hill.
ABOUT AIMS HILL
Cars and motorsport have always been a great passion of Aims’. Born into a family of petrolheads, her earliest memories revolve around quad bikes, motocross bikes and field cars.She drove her first car at about the age of 10 around the family farm, and as soon as she turned 17 got her driving licence.
Aims now competes in both the HEL Performance Drift Cup and Retro Drift Challenge. She is also a drift demonstration driver for events such as Silverstone’s MotorsportDays LIVE and, of course, Castle Combe Circuit’s Action Days.
Her drifting career has brought Aims many opportunities, including being part of a four-woman drift stunt team for Terry Grant Stunts. This team was only formed a year ago, but has already performed at Autosport International’s Live Action Arena, and also at the first ever Riyadh Car Show in Saudi Arabia.
“I am an advocate for promotion of women in motorsport, and will do my utmost to help any women wanting to get into any aspect of the motorsport industry,” Aims tells us.
She spends most of her spare time either fixing or building her cars, alongside her partner and her Garage500 team.
HOW TO WATCH
To watch the chat with Aims live, head over to Castle Combe Circuit’s Facebook page at 7pm on Sunday, 26 April (you don't need a Facebook account to view).
You can also use the above link to watch-back all previous episodes of Combe TV.
- To learn more about commentator Chris Dawes, head over to www.chrisdawescomms.co.uk
- Castle Combe Circuit’s Facebook page can be viewed at www.facebook.com/castlecombecircuit