Round 4 Entries Open Tomorrow!

Entries for Round 4, the final round of the Autumn Cup (05-06 December), will be open online at 12noon on Wednesday 04 November!

Due to England going into a national lockdown from Thursday 05 November until Wednesday 02 December, we will of course monitor the Government’s guidelines and be mindful that the current situation is fluid and the event may be subject to further restrictions or cancellation. Should the event not be able to go ahead, a full refund of the entry fee will be made. 

As with Rounds 1, 2 & 3, we are still very conscious of the restrictions that COVID-19 has brought to our sport. For this reason, we must be mindful of the total number of people present at PFi during our race meetings. As a result, numbers for each class will initially be restricted but we may consider increasing the numbers nearer the time, depending on the overall level of interest received over the different classes and of course, the local and government guidelines valid at that time.

We also remind all drivers that they must always obey the government’s restrictions for their given area as it is their responsibility to ensure they are acting responsibly. 

We will continue to run the following classes:
* IAME Cadet * Junior Max
* Honda Cadet * X30 Junior
* Mini Max * Senior Max
* Mini X30 * X30 Senior

All of the 4 rounds count and the overall Autumn Cup winner from each class will win free practices and race entries for all rounds of the 2021 Winter Series!

As per our previous meetings recently, drivers will be permitted to have 2 others with them and everyone must be registered prior to the event via the Trakdata system.

Unfortunately no spectators will be allowed at the venue.

Overnight stays will be permitted for this meeting for those that are allowed to do so given the area they live in.  But please be aware that potentially not all of PFi’s facilities will be available. Please check nearer the time for the current details of what will be open.

We continue to ask everyone on-site to wear face coverings at all times in the paddock and public areas. Please help us to adhere to this very important safety guideline. We also remind you that bikes and scooters are not allowed in the paddock so please leave them at home.

Should you have any further questions, please contact the Club’s Competition Secretary, Danielle Short.

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