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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injured whilst watching horse racing at a track


    Getting injured whilst watching horse racing can ruin what should be a memorable and enjoyable day out. You should, hopefully, be celebrating a big win. At the very least, you should be able to have a great day out with good friends. Therefore, it’s both important and reassuring to remember that if you are injured….

    Why kids should wear ear defenders at a race track


    Wearing ear defenders at a race track is an absolute necessity for children. If you suffer as a result of defective equipment you could claim compensation. The screeching of tyres and roaring acceleration is undoubtedly one of the major appeals of motorsport. However, suffering ear injuries because of the noise will soon dampen that enthusiasm…..

    Survivor guide: Knockhill


    Situated approximately six miles to the north of Dunfermline, Knockhill Racing Circuit in Fife is the national motor sport centre of Scotland. Experiences In addition to hosting an array of national, club level and international bike and car race events, Knockhill circuit offers members of the public an array of adrenaline-pumping experiences. There are nine….

    Survivor guide: Croft


    Croft Circuit is located near Dalton on Tees, North Yorkshire. It is one of the longest, most challenging circuits in the UK and the North East’s only international racing circuit. The circuit Offering over two miles of sweeping, super-fast curves, long straights and slow corners, Croft Circuit hosts many prestigious car and motorcycle races. The….

    Survivor guide: Snetterton


    MotorSport Vision-owned Snetterton Racing Circuit is located on the A11 in Norfolk, England, approximately 30 km (18.64 miles) south-west of Norwich and 20 km (12.43 miles) north-east of Thretford. Snetterton features three circuit configurations of three, two and one-mile lengths. Events Races hosted at Snetterton include the British Touring Car, Superbike and F3/ GT championships,….

    Survivor guide: Rockingham


    Opened in 2001, Northamptonshire racing circuit Rockingham is one of the newest circuits in the UK and the fastest banked oval circuit in Europe. Tony Kanaan, holder of the unbeaten 24.719 second 1.5-mile oval lap record (set on the 22nd of September 2001), for example, achieved his record by driving at an average speed of….

    Survivor guide: Thruxton


    Thruxton Circuit is located near Hampshire village Thruxton. In addition to hosting a number of events, including British Formula Three, Car, Superbike and Pick-up Truck races, the circuit’s 2.356-mile (3.793 km) track is also used to offer an exciting range of driving experiences. Thruxton experiences Possible options include off-road, junior and skid pan experiences, as….

    Survivor guide: Goodwood


    Situated five miles to the north of West Sussex city Chichester, Goodwood is more than just a horse racing track. Set within the Sussex Downs’ breathtaking beauty, Goodwood House and Estate offer visitors everything from tranquillity and peace to thrilling adventures. Goodwood facilities In addition to a hotel with fitness centre, swimming pool and more,….

    Survivor guide: Donington Park


    Situated in Leicestershire, south-west of Nottingham, motor sport circuit Donington Park is located close to Castle Donington. It is close to the M1 and East Midland Airport. East Midlands Parkway and Derby Midlands railway stations are also nearby. Early beginnings Part of Donington Hall’s estate, the circuit was first used as a race track in….

    Survivor guide: Brands Hatch


    Brands Hatch is situated near Swanley in Sevenoaks, Kent. First used in 1926 as a motorcycling dirt track, the circuit has since become an extremely popular racing venue. This is partly due to the track layout, which blends rapidly changing gradients, cambers, dips, hills and fearsome sweeping corners to perfection. Brands Hatch races Featuring two….

    Survivor guide: Oulton Park


    Situated close to Little Budworth, Cheshire, Oulton Park is hailed as one of the UK’s best-loved, most picturesque racing circuits. Embracing the countryside’s natural contours, Oulton Park offers a combination of spectacular racing, stunning scenery and superb circuit views. Oulton Park events and facilities The track is host to many major and club level events,….

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