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The first round of the British Truck Racing Championship, scheduled to take place at Pembrey Circuit in May, has been pushed back to the later date of June 19/20.
In line with the latest government lockdown restrictions that were recently introduced to combat the spread of COVID-19, we want to reassure customers that our 2021 schedule of race events and driving experiences at Pembrey Circuit remain unaffected.
It is with great disappointment that Pembrey Circuit has announced the cancellation of its entire race programme for the rest of the year.
It comes with great disappointment to confirm that the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club (CRMC) race meeting that was scheduled to take place next weekend (September 26/27) has been cancelled.
BARC race meeting featuring C1s on 12/13 September cancelled due to Welsh Government restrictions
Pembrey Circuit can confirm that the Autosport International BTRDA Rallycross Championship presented by Cooper Tires event that had been due to take place this weekend (August 8/9) has been rescheduled for November 7/8.
Pembrey Circuit is disappointed to announce that the 2020 Autosport International BTRDA Rallycross Championship presented by Cooper Tires event, which was scheduled to take place this weekend (August 8/9), has been cancelled.
Pembrey Circuit has continued its preparations ahead of motor racing’s return to South Wales by completing the build of a brand new garage complex.
Pembrey Circuit is set to play host to a blockbuster season of top-draw racing for the remainder of 2020 after unveiling a revised provisional schedule made up of eight events.
Pembrey will re-open from Monday 8th June 2020 for professional teams to carry out professional driver training and race car development
June 1st: Pembrey Circuit is currently closed and the staff are still furloughed, but we are busy making plans and working with organisers and local officials so that we can recommence some activities as long as it is safe to do so.
In line with the government’s public health advice and the direction of both Motorsport UK and the Auto-Cycle Union (ACU), Pembrey Circuit is suspending all motorsport events and racing school activities with immediate effect until April 30th 2020.
Following on from the government's announcements on Thursday 12th March 2020, we can confirm that Pembrey Circuit is continuing, in so far as is possible, with business as usual.
Pembrey Circuit is set for a milestone year in 2020 as it celebrates its 30th Anniversary; and it will mark the occasion by underlining its commitment to the future with the build of a brand new garage complex.
Pembrey Circuit is set to once again absorb the sights, sounds and smells of high-octane motorsport in 2020 with the South Wales-based venue boasting a bumper events calendar for the forthcoming season.