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So, we are now in a position to let you know of the first two dates:

As it stands RIGHT NOW – These events will be behind “CLOSED DOOR’S” with NO spectators and limitations on passengers as detailed below. Obviously, there’s a few weeks yet until the first event and further easing of restrictions are anticipated within this time as the Scottish Government advised yesterday.and we will update accordingly.

Some of the dates and type of track action from the Original Calendar announced last year for 2020 have had to change and therefore, rather than announce all dates (re-scheduling is still happening!!) at this time the first 2 dates are:


Sunday 26th July – DRAG & DRIFT

Additional dates will be announced in due course.

As per Government Guidelines we have had to adapt and change procedures to protect all involved and participants and this includes but not limited to PPE/Signage/Social Distancing measures/Screens. To avoid TOO much Information overload in this Post in order to take part as a Driver – see BELOW.
The Site is large enough to allow for easy Social Distancing, however, at this time the only Passengers that will be permitted are those from the same household/Mechanic. Names will be required.


Private Message Booking Applications will commence from MONDAY 22nd JUNE.

At this present time – To attend and take part in the above dates you HAVE to PM the page OR email with the date you want to take part in, Name and email address. You will be sent the COVID-19 COMPLIANCE Form and a booking form within 2-3 days which MUST then be returned by the Wednesday 5pm before the event. No Form/Names = No Entry. This includes the details of your Mechanic/Passenger/s in order that they can also be sent the relevant Compliance information.

Full details of what to do on arrival and whilst onsite are explained in the information that will be sent to you relevant to the specific event/driving activity.

This is a NEW way of working for us all at this time and we would appreciate your patience and understanding while we all adapt to a new way of operating…….

See you soon and THANK YOU for your support😎


9th June

Hey everyone 😎

Due to growing interest to re-open we would like to give you an update on the current situation.

The wheels are turning and in motion with relevant actions being put in place for us to re-open and we are as keen as you all are. The protection of Staff, Customers and local Villagers are of the utmost importance.

We know other venues in the UK and Scotland are either open or opening towards the end of June so we are hopeful we will be back up and running (in a controlled state) in the near future.

We will update again soon 😉 In the meantime thanks for your patience, support, and Stay Safe 😎 🌈


Further to the recent announcements on 10th May and guidance issued by the Government we are still not going to be able to run any events/Bootsales.

Sadly, this now means that all events advertised until the end of June/early July are postponed/cancelled. Naturally, if the advice changes then we will adapt accordingly, but for now, we just have to stay safe. We are very keen to get running again and we WILL come out the other side of this when it is safe to do so and see you all again.

Event Update

Due to the current Corona Virus outbreak, it is with regret that all events up to and including the first weekend of May 2020 are suspended. This includes Outdoor Market Boot Sales also.

This will be reviewed on an on-going basis given the ever changing situation and in line with Government announcements. This will immediately impact on the Vauxhall French Event, 19th April Drag & Drift and our Full On Ford Event.

We will update again, when we know more and when we come out the other side of this and thank you for all your support at this time and when we return.

Coronavirus Update

At Crail Raceway the safety and welfare of customers and participants is paramount.We will continue to follow advice from the WHO (World Health Organisation) and the guidance given by the government and Scottish government.Numbers on site for the Open Track and Drift Oval on Sunday 22nd March will be below those currently specified by the Scottish Government for gatherings. We will naturally keep you informed should any further announcements made by the government have an impact. Although the size of the site and the fact people will easily be able to avoid being in close proximity to each other – We would still like to ask our customers/attendees/participants to take all precautions and follow the official government public health advice, which can be found here:

2020 Calendar of Events