Best get an MOT on the TVR 😁Looks like it's still on, taking bookings:
<h3><strong>EARLYBIRD OFFER EXTENDED TO SUNDAY 14 MARCH - SAVE UP TO £5 ON ADMISSION TICKETS</strong></h3> <p>The Donington Historic Festival returns for its 10th anniversary event in 2021, with organisers planning a superb celebration across two days, featuring hundreds of cars on track from...doningtonpark.msv.com
Dear Car Club Organiser
The Government's announcement of the roadmap out of lockdown inevitably raised some questions about motorsport events taking place in early May, but I am delighted to confirm that it's all systems go for our event, and we are really looking forward to welcoming your club members to Donington Park on 1 & 2 May – the Donington Historic Festival’s 10th anniversary!
With spectators now confirmed and tickets back on sale today, there is still time for your members to enjoy their 50% club discount on our Early Bird ticket savings - this extra-special discount will end at 23:59 this Sunday, 14 March, after which your members can still get the 50% discount on our standard advance tickets until the car club booking deadline of 17:00 on Sunday, 25 April.
Please note, there will be no on the day ticket sales - tickets are now only available to purchase in advance.
We are aware that some of your members will have booked hotel accommodation before the Roadmap out of lockdown was announced and, of course, hotels and B&Bs are not permitted to open for leisure guests until 17 May. If this impacts on any of your members - i.e. if they are now unable to use the tickets they have booked for DHF 2021 or if they can only come on one day rather than both, please ask them to email [email protected] to discuss a full or partial refund.
With best wishes
Don't get too excited just yet. Everything is provisional and depends on what effect all the country's little darlings going back to school has on infection rates. It was quite marked last September if you remember.At last, the first event for some time
Too late, TVR booked in for an MOTDon't get too excited just yet. Everything is provisional and depends on what effect all the country's little darlings going back to school has on infection rates. It was quite marked last September if you remember.
Of course, we didn't have the vaccine back then so fingers crossed.