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If you have any other questions please just let us know and we will do our best to help.
Sorry no! As we are located in the countryside we have a limit on the number of parking spaces. Parking is free however.
We will be providing a number of large FREE car parks. In addition we will be providing a Park and Ride service, sign up to the newsletter to ensure you get all the latest news.
Yes, it has. The Festival has been approved and supported by the local council. Who has very kindly granted permission for the roads to be closed. The Police have made their arrangements. And it is a licenced motorsport event.
Yes. We will be having 5 food courts where you will be able to get refreshments and food to suit your preferences.
Absolutely! The Yorkshire Motorsport Festival is a family Festival. All children under 12 are free to enter, but they must be with an adult. A family ticket is also for up to 3 children up to the age of 16.
There is no dress code for the Festival however good footwear will be important, we are in the Yorkshire countryside!
Yes. There are some great Hotels, B&Bs and other accommodation in Holmfirth and the surrounding area. We also have a campsite for camping, caravans and motorhomes.
Yes, we have live bands playing during the day and evening at the Festival. Keep an eye on the website or subscribe to the newsletter to see who is attending.
The course is a mile long, you will be able to find a good spot along the course in a place that suits you.
Yes, many of the drivers have said they are looking forward to meeting everyone and are happy to sign autographs.
We are adding new entries, guests and displays all the time. Just subscribe to the newsletter and we will keep you posted.
Of course, there will be plenty of them situated around the Festival.
Yes, we have been approved by the authorities to close certain roads during the event. Safety is our prime concern.
We will be providing a map of the event very shortly. But the events team will not be announcing the race course until much later. The reason is to prevent people from trying out the course. There are a lot of horses and people who use these roads on a daily basis, so it's only fair to respect the community.