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Forge Summer Performance Car Action Day 2011

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Yes! The Summer Performance Action Day – Sponsored by Forge Motorsport – is back at Castle Combe Race Circuit on Saturday 10th September 2011.

What’s On

100 Owners Clubs
‘000s performance cars
Top quality exhibitors
All-day track action
Special demonstration laps

On target to feature over 100 Owners Clubs displaying 1500 pristine cars in the Paddocks and representing just about every marque worthy of the term “performance”, this is a show not to be missed!

Forge Motorsport will have a massive display of performance-enhancing products for you to see, touch and purchase, as well as knowledgeable staff available to offer advice and guidance to you if you want to upgrade the spec of your car.

Attendance by our tuning and performance friends at Eibach Springs, Scorpion Exhausts, Pipercross Filters, Tarox Brakes and Litchfield Imports guarantees expert knowledge across all the main performance spectrums – all you have to do is ask them!

All these, and many more tuning and styling companies, will be situated in the centre of the main paddock, so make a point of going to browse their products and find out what you can do to enhance the performance of your car.

All-day track action is the focus for the Forge Motorsport Summer Performance Action Day, with every “track minute” from 9am to 5pm devoted to performance cars doing what they do best. There’s a limit of just 28 cars on the circuit at any one time, so spread over our wonderfully scenic 1.85mile course allows for plenty of tarmac space, and of course visitors can stand and view most of the circuit from either the banking at Camp Corner, or at the infamous Quarry Corner.

One of the specialities for 2011 is the “Subaru Saturday”, where we will have a special display area just for this performance brand, as well as special track time sessions to enable their owners to demonstrate just how efficiently these cars can get round a circuit. Something not to be missed!

Whilst we’re on the subject of track demos, we’ve also invited the Drift Team back who will be bringing along their specialist cars and drivers to demonstrate how to get round a corner at high speed AND at right-angles to the tarmac – if you’ve never seen drifting before, you’re in for a lot of fun!

And just because you may be outside the main paddock doesn’t mean you miss out on the facilities offered by Castle Combe Circuit – clean and plentiful toilets are spread out around the circuit, and catering units (open from 8am for that first bacon roll – Mmm!) are conveniently positioned at all major viewing points.

So come along to Castle Combe Circuit for the Forge Motorsport Summer Performance Action Day on Saturday 10th September for a great family day out – ‘000s of performance cars for you to see, all day track action, demonstration laps, loads of exhibitors to talk to and reasonably priced catering – all this and it’s only £10 per adult and kids under 16 get in FREE.
For all exhibitor, club space and track-time enquiries, please contact Maria Fisher on 01249 782417 ([email protected]) or download the booking forms []

Main event sponsors, Forge Motorsport have just announced the news that the inspirational Race2Recovery team of wounded ex-Army soldiers (as seen very recently on BBC Top Gear) will now be attending the event, with their Dakar Rally practice Freelander V6. The team for Race2Recovery will be chatting with the crowds about their recent TV appearance with Clarkson, Hammond, May and “the Stig”, and their Dakar Rally plans for 2013 and 2014.

General Information

There is a cash point on site in the Tavern cafe.


Castle Combe Circuit is located 5 miles west of Chippenham on the B4039. The circuit is clearly signposted from Junctions 17 & 18 of the M4 motorway using brown tourist signs marked with a chequered flag. Castle Combe Circuit Ltd, Castle Combe, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 7EY

Parking is free; the marshals will direct you on your arrival.

If you are going out on track make sure you have enough fuel. Here are details of a few petrol stations nearby:

Circuit Motors (just outside the circuit entrance – open all day and also sells super-unleaded
Pennsylvania Filling Station (7 miles) Bath Road, Chippenham, SN14 8LB,
Stanshawe Service Station (9 miles) Westerleigh Road Bristol, BS37 4BG,
Texaco (4 miles) Bristol Road, Allington Chippenham, SN14 6NA


Chippenham is on the main line from Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads. For travel enquiries, contact National Rail enquiries on 0845 7484950. Taxis are available at the station. One of the main taxi companies operating in Chippenham is Easy Taxis. They are contactable on 01249 655471. Travelling time to the venue – approx 15 minutes (8 miles)


Sorry, there is no camping availability at Castle Combe Circuit. Please click [] for a list of B&B’s and the Tourist Information details.

As of 24th August, we have a fantastic selection of 87 individual car clubs attending:
Avin The Crack
Bath & Bristol Scoobys
Bath & West Car Club
Berkshire Scoobies
BMW Car Club (South Wales)
BMW Car Club Wessex Region
BMW Car Club Western Region
Bristol's Sporting Escort Owners
BSE Motorsport
Built 4 Track
Cento Rebels North
Cento Rebels South
Club Calibra
Club GTI Swansea
Club Jap
Club Torsport
Council Estate Touring Cars
Cymraeg Scoobie Club
Dark Side Cruisers.
Delphi Motor Club
Fiesta Turbo
Ford Sport Southwest
French Sports Club (2 x South)
French Sports Club (South West)
Hot Hatch Racers
Lotus Esprit "Sport 350 Owners Club"
Majic "Mad Apple Japanese Impreza Club"
MCR Specialist Cars
Megane Sports Owners Club
Mercedes Benz Club
MIG Performance Vauxhalls
Mini Posse
Modified GB
Motoring Legends
MR2 MK1 Club
MX5 & Roadster Enthusiasts Club
MX-5 Owners Club (Glos)
MX-5 Owners Club Wessex
MX-5 Owners Club Western
Nailsea Japanese
Newport Mini Owners
Nissan SXOC
Old Skool Trackers
Opel Manta Owners Club - Bristol
Ox Car Club
Performance Cars Cruises
Performance Nova Group
Peugeot Sport Club UK (Wilts)
Peugeot Sports Club UK
Peugeot Sports Official Owners Club
Rebel Motorsport Club
Renault 9 Club
RS Owners Club (Bristol)
RS Owners Club (Dorset))
RS Owners Club (Swindon)
RWDCC (rong wheel drive)
South Wales Modified
South West Vauxhall Owners Club
Superior Rides
Talk Torque (Somerset region)
Tatsu Car Club
UK Hyundai Coupe Club
UK Saabs
Usual Suspects
VAG Owners
Vauxhall Drivers Club (South West)
Vauxhall Drivers Club (Thames Valley)
Vauxhall Drivers Club (Western)
Vauxhall Owners Network
Vauxhall Vectra Owners (Glos)
Vauxhall Vectra Owners (South West)
Vauxhall Vectra Owners Club (S Wales)
Weekend Racer
Westfield Sports Car Club-Cotswold and North Wilts
Wiltshire Classic Ford Club
World Rally Enthusiasts Club
Z Club

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