The principle

Open Pitlane is when drivers can go out to the track as and when they like rather than in a dedicated time slot.
Maximum 80 cars are allowed on the day.

The track is open from 9am to 12am and from 1pm to 6pm without interruption.
Each driver can use the track as long as they wish.

Eligible Cars

Oldtimer classic cars and modern cars are accepted. Road cars and competition cars are accepted.
Only the following vehicles are not allowed : monospace, motorhome, van, vehicles with less than four wheels.
All road legal tyres are accepted. Vehicles should only run slick tyres if they are fitted with suitable roll-over protection.
Each car must have a towing-eye.

The speed limit in the Pit Lane and Paddocks is of a maximum of 30km/h.
It is strictly prohibited from using the track in the opposite direction or to reverse on the track.
A race number will be displayed on the right front door of the car to allow access to the track.
The organizer reserves the right to refuse access to the track of a vehicle which would not provide the minimum safety standards.

Maximum sound level permitted

On the track, the maximum sound level permitted per car is 107 dB, measured at 15m from the centreline of the track.

Drivers and passengers

Only 1 passenger is allowed per car, under the full responsability of the driver. Passengers must be 18 years or over.
To access the track, each driver / passenger must wear a crash helmet.

A driver whose car has technical problems on the track must wait behind the safety rail for the intervention safety vehicle.
Each driver must sign a waiver of appeal for himself and his passengers and will receive a wristband to access the track as well as a briefing summarizing the main principles of safety on the track (entry / exit pit lane, flags, ... )

Entry Fee

Registration is closed.