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Circuit revs up for Forge Action Day

A treat for all petrolheads and motorsport fans awaits at Castle Combe on September 2nd when the famous circuit hosts Forge Action Day.

Sponsored by Gloucester-based Forge Motorsport, this will be the thirteenth year for the red-letter date in the motorsport calendar and promises a breathless day celebrating performance cars of all shapes and sizes.

The event, just over the border in Wiltshire, promises a packed schedule of non-stop track action, paddock displays, a show and shine competition, thrilling drift demos and even a special show from professional drifter Steve 'Baggsy' Biagioni.

And specifically this year, the trade village will include a host of big names in the automotive world, including Scorpion, Wossener Pistons, Milltek, RamAir, Top Gear Tuning, Meguiar's, Pipercross, Baggsy Boy UK, Powerflex, Eibach and Cobra Seats. A range of parts offered will be suitable for all marques and models.

Peter Miles, MD of Forge Motorsport and Forge Engineering, said: "Each year, Forge Action Day gets better and better, and we always look forward to getting together with some of the industry's leading automotive businesses and putting on the best event possible. This year, we are bringing an eclectic collection of vehicles to our stand, so be sure to pop over and have a look, check out merchandise, and chat to our fantastic team."

For the full details of all the clubs attending the date, click here .

● For tickets, advanced adult admission is £20, while the gate price is £25. Advanced ticket sales close Monday 28th August 2023 at 2pm. Children aged 16 and under are permitted free of charge, but must be accompanied by an adult.

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