SKRC thanks everyone for their support during the very busy recent meetings, and please note our test day on 3rd June. We will not be able to offer ARKS tests on 3rd June. Our June race weekend 19/20 June will revert to the pre-COVID normal format, practice on Saturday, and race on Sunday for all classes. Early entries are advised. We shall be welcoming the 250 National Super 4 championship, there is a specific entry open only for registered competitors which covers Saturday practice. There is a separate club 250 National entry for guests. Overnights are allowed on Saturday in accordance with current government regulations and we will advise whether we can accommodate Friday evening arrivals prior to the meeting. But remember only the driver plus two can attend practice or race days, still no spectators allowed. If you are staying overnight you need to tell us when you first arrive.
As always teams and traders need to complete their forms prior to both the test days and race days.
Murray Walker started his broadcasting career back in 1948 at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb, before moving into all manners of motorsport. In 1978 Murray became a BBC full-time commentator on Formula 1.
Formula 1 is where most of us will remember Murrary’s legacy within the sport, and the impact that he had on millions of people not just in the United Kingdom, but from around the world. Murray called time on his career in 2001 after the United States Grand Prix, leaving us many iconic moments we can look back on and remember his legacy.
Whilst the world does not stand still for anyone, we would like you to join us in spending a minute to remember his legacy and the impacts and changes he brought to our sport and the world.