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Sprint­ing pro­vides a great start for any­one look­ing to take up com­pet­i­tive mo­tor­sport. What’s more, BARC Mid­lands Cen­tre Sprints cater for al­most every type of ve­hi­cle from stan­dard pro­duc­tion to sin­gle-seater rac­ing cars.

They have a rep­u­ta­tion for their re­laxed and friendly at­mos­phere. So, for novice driv­ers and sea­soned com­peti­tors, our sprints pro­vide the ideal en­vi­ron­ment to put driv­ing skills to the test.

Over the last decade, BARC Mid­lands Cen­tre Sprints have de­vel­oped into a highly suc­cess­ful pro­gramme that’s in­creas­ingly pop­u­lar with com­peti­tors na­tion­wide. Once again, our Rock­ing­ham Sprint kicked off the rac­ing sea­son in sen­sa­tional style, fol­lowed by an ac­tion-packed day at the John Clarke Sprint in Au­gust. Now, just one op­por­tu­nity to join us in 2016 re­mains – the Au­tumn Sprint on Satur­day Oc­to­ber 1. Held at Cur­bor­ough Sprint Course in Stafford­shire, here com­peti­tors will be able to en­joy a dou­ble lap of the full cir­cuit.

BARC Mid­lands Cen­tre Sprints are open to en­trants from an ex­ten­sive range of cham­pi­onships, in­clud­ing our very own BARC SBD Speed Cham­pi­onship, plus mem­bers of over 30 na­tional and re­gional clubs. With an en­try fee of just £90, they de­liver a great day of com­pet­i­tive mo­tor­sport and ex­cel­lent value for money too.

Hot and cold food will be avail­able through­out the day, plus free camp­ing and car­a­van­ning fa­cil­i­ties for any­one stay­ing over on Fri­day or Satur­day night. All our sprints close with an award cer­e­mony, pro­vid­ing a tro­phy for every placed com­peti­tor across all classes. What’s more, our free to en­ter Kids Cam­era Com­pe­ti­tion helps to keep younger guests en­ter­tained dur­ing the event.

Lim­ited places are still avail­able. So, if you’d like to join us at Cur­bor­ough on Oc­to­ber 1, then please call Noreen Ward on 01455 824 494 or email noreen­ward@ tis­cali.co.uk. She’ll be de­lighted to pro­vide you with fur­ther de­tails and an en­try form.

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