Supercars head for Castle Combe | Car Talk - Car News May 2017


15:52 Friday 19 May 2017

Supercar owners and aficionados are being invited to a new summer spectacular at Castle Combe.

The Wiltshire circuit will host its inaugural Supercar Solstice on Saturday 24 June, with the event expected to attract both owners and fans of the world’s most exotic cars. The Summer Solstice event will include a full track day and semi-open pit track day for those lucky enough to own a supercar, while the track’s scenic grounds will play host to an expansive – and expensive! – display of exotic, sports, and supercars.

Supercar owners can purchase a full-day track pass for £225 (plus booking fee) with includes admission to the event and free passenger admission.  For those supercar owners looking for a more sedate day out, car display passes cost just £10 (plus booking fee) for the event, including both driver and passenger entry. Admission to the event for the general public will cost just £5 per pass for adults.


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