Things to consider when visiting Castle Combe Circuit
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When visiting the circuit, you may wish to wear comfortable shoes and bring a camping chair. the viewing banks get you up and close to the track action, however we do not have stalls or chairs around the circuit. Although we endeavor to maintain good conditions underfoot, please be aware that there may be uneven ground and the campsites/general parking/display areas are grassland at most events. There are some permanent roadways within the site and large areas of hard standing/tarmac where it is possible to visit the race paddock, catering and trade areas. The weather can have a considerable impact on how easy it is for people to move around the site so please take this into consideration when deciding on what equipment to bring with you. Please note that the layouts of events may vary.
There are no cash machines available on site, however the circuit office and many of the vendors will accept card payments.
CIRCUIT NOISE RESTRICTIONS:
Castle Combe Circuit operates under strict noise management due to local planning constraints. These limits vary according to the event, please see event 'Common Questions' for more information
Located in the paddock, the shop sells performance parts for racing.
MEDIA & PHOTOGRAPHY:
Media Accreditation - Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a form and other enquiries.
With the exception of assistance dogs, no animals are admitted on days when the race circuit is in use. May we ask that, where possible, all Assistance dogs have formal identification in the form of a white harness. organisation specific branded dog jackets, lead slips or ID tags on the dog's collar. Assistance dog users should be able to provide a yellow ADUK branded ID book. For more information, please visit www.assistancedogs.org.uk