It’s a full on weekend at Knockhill Racing Circuit over Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July. As well as hosting the next instalment of the 2018 Super Lap Scotland powered by Rockstar Energy Drink season, there will be a whole host of additional entertainment on offer – on and off track.
Round 4 of the SLS series will take place on Saturday 21st July on Knockhill’s Reverse layout. Accompanying the SLS contingent will be the British Sprint Championship as an eclectic mix of single-seat race cars make their way to Knockhill from south of the border.
Mixed in amongst the entries for the British Sprint Championship – who will also join Round 5 of SLS on Sunday 22nd July on the Clockwise layout – includes Scots; Heather Calder, Colin Calder and Stewart Robb – with the Calder pairing amongst the favourites for the wins around the twists and dips of Knockhill. Indeed, Heather became the first woman to win the British Sprint Championship since 1970 at Knockhill last year – with three rounds to spare in the 2017 season.
Also making a return to Knockhill this weekend will be Andy Forrest’s stunning World Time Attack Subaru nicknamed the Storm Trooper. Andy, who will also compete in his 2018 Westfield sportscar will run the Subaru in Super Lap Scotland’s Pro class. An exciting addition to the entry list, and one we are looking forward to seeing at full-tilt once again.
So, expect super-fast action on track as Scotland’s fastest modified cars vie for the limelight against the exceptionally quick British Sprint cars. Elsewhere on Sunday 22nd we’ll have additional content for you to enjoy, including:
– Rockstar Energy Chase Series – Round 3
– Scottish Championship Legends Racing
– Japanese Car Show in association with Banzai Magazine
– Show ‘n’ Shine competitions for any make of Japanese car
– Japanese feature cars on show
– Japanese themed lunchtime Drag Racing
– A special Honda/Nissan Super Touring Car demo
As well as all of the above, Sunday will also dovetail as another of our popular Super Six Family Fun Days – we’ll have bouncy castles, balloon modeling, magic shows, life-size characters and other activities all rolled into the admission cost.
Tickets can be booked online now via the Super Lap Scotland event webpage – all subject to advanced booking discounts. Alternatively, tickets will be available on the day throughout the event.
If you own a Japanese car and wish to be parked up as part of the show (special admission rates apply), then contact David on 01383 723337 to register your interest.
Thanks again and hope to see you here this weekend.