Rallycross was created in the 1970’s as a form of motorsport made for TV. Events take place over a combination of tarmac and loose surfaces. Most competitions involve a series of heats leading to qualification for finals and ultimately the super final race for the fastest competitors on the day.
There would normally be between 5 and 8 cars competing together on the track at any one time, with races lasting on average just 4 minutes. This results in an intense examination of the ability of the driver to not only drive at racing speeds but also to perform at the highest possible level. Rallycross provides an experience bearing close to the ultimate G force thrill. It is fair to say that there is no class for Sunday drivers!
More information can be found on the individual classes page.
You must purchase your tickets ahead of the event. There is no facility to purchase tickets on the day at the venue. You can purchase tickets by clicking the ticket box below.