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Cadwell Park Bennetts BSB: Spectator Information

Thursday, August 19 2021

We're looking forward to welcoming fans to Cadwell Park for the first Bennetts British Superbike Championship event at the venue in two years this weekend (20-22 August). Here's everything you need to know to make the most of your trip to the circuit.

Timetable
Click here to download a timetable for this weekend's event.

Gate opening times
Public admission to the circuit is from 8.00am on Friday, 7.30am on Saturday and 7.00am on Sunday.

How to get here
Please click here for directions to the venue.

Tickets
Additional tickets will be available upon arrival at the venue. Adult tickets are available for £16 on Friday, £25 on Saturday, £35 on Sunday or £65 for the full three-day weekend. Discounted rates are available for teenagers aged 13-15 and senior citizens, while children under 13 go free.

If you have chosen to have tickets posted you will need to bring the originals to the circuit as copies and receipts are not accepted.

All advance tickets have now been dispatched and were sent by either Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. If you haven't received them, contact us urgently at tickets@msv.com.

Print-at-home/e-tickets tickets are emailed on the day of purchase. If you haven't received yours, login to your MSV account to access them - your order confirmation email will not gain you admission to the venue. All e-tickets can be printed or scanned from a mobile device.

Please have your tickets separated before arriving at the gate.

Pre-registration is not required for season pass holders, who should present their passes on the gate as usual.

Grandstand seats
A limited number of grandstand seats are available in the Mountain Top, Mountain Crest and Club Hairpin on Saturday and Sunday. Seating is available at Charlie's Exit on Sunday only. Tickets can be purchased from the venue office. Prices start at £10 on Saturday and £15 on Sunday with discounts for under-16s. 

Camping
The general and quiet campsites both open at 12 noon on Thursday 19 August and close at midday on Monday 23 August. Please do not arrive before this time, as there is no holding area and you will be moved on from the roadside.

Camping at the circuit is now sold out for this weekend. Click here for a listing of local establishments.

There should be no unnecessary vehicle movement in either campsite. If the ground is wet and you're worried about being stuck, please speak to a member of security who will radio for assistance.

Your per person camping ticket will be exchanged for a wristband specific to your campsite on arrival. There will be no entry to the campsite without this wristband. This includes children.

Limited RV camping is pre-booked only. This is only for leisure vehicles over 7.5m in length - not cars with caravans. Tickets for this area are not valid for vehicles shorter than 7.5m.

Blue Badge Parking
Blue badge holders will be given access to in-venue parking at Mountain Valley and the viewing platform between Park Corner and Chris Curve.

We have increased blue badge parking in this area, but please note there is no vehicle access beyond Park Corner, or anywhere else around the circuit.

Vehicles with blue badges may transit between these parking areas, but any vehicle roaming outside of this is strictly prohibited.

We have a vehicle and driver available to assist our guests who may have mobility issues, but who do not have a blue badge. If you require mobility support, please call the office on 01507 343 248 and our team will be happy to help.

General parking
There is no parking at Charlies all weekend. All public parking is in the South Car Park (from Horncastle direction) or the North Car Park (from Louth direction).

Any vehicles parked outside of these areas without the correct pass or authorisation will be removed for security reasons.

Please note: Strictly no vehicles should be left in North Car Park overnight from Thursday to Sunday - anyone found to be attempting to camp in this area will be charged a £150 per person release fee.

Bike Parking
Bike parking arrangements will be the same as in 2019, with all parking in North Car Park on Friday/Saturday, and bikes split between the infield towards Gooseneck Bank, and the band marquee compound on Sunday, which is our main bike park on site. 

Helmet and leather parks are available in all bike parks throughout the weekend, provided by the Rotary Club and raising money for local good causes.

Prices are as follows: 
Helmet: £2.50
Large clothing bag: £7.00
Helmet and large clothing bag: £8

Please note all bike parking is on grass; we provide bike stands at the entrance.

Trade Village
A trade area will be in operation all weekend, with dealers and manufacturers represented, plus championship partners and stalls selling parts, accessories and rider and team merchandise. The Trade Area is located in the valley at the base of the Mountain and higher up towards the Gooseneck.

Big screens 
To help you keep up with all the action there will be a large screen showing all of Sunday's action located at the main Spectator Bank, Charlies Exit and Gooseneck.

Programmes
Programmes can be purchased from the ticket booths for £5 upon arrival.

BSB Radio presented by Kawasaki K-Options
BSB Radio presented by Kawasaki K-Options will be broadcasting live commentary, interviews and spectator information throughout the weekend.

Cash machine
A cash machine will be in operation at the venue office from 11am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Charges apply.

Wet weather
We prepare as well as we can for wet weather, but please be patient and follow steward/security guidance at all times should it be raining.

The majority of the venue is grass, and as a result will become muddy and slippery if wet. Please come prepared with appropriate clothing and footwear, and take particular care if using a buggy or push bike.

Motorised vehicles
The use of motorised paddock vehicles - except mobility scooters - is strictly prohibited. This includes go-peds, mini motos, kids' ride-on vehicles and electric bikes of any kind.
Repeated use of motorised vehicles in the camp sites or anywhere in the venue could result in the user being asked to leave the premises.

Here to help
Excellent customer service is important to us, and all our staff are trained to help you make the most of your visit to the circuit. Whether you need assistance to find a lost child or to locate a disabled toilet, please ask one of the many uniformed staff you will see throughout the venue.

Security
The safety and security of all our visitors is paramount, so please be aware you may be subject to bag searches and security checks at our venue. We would also politely ask, as an additional security measure, that you put luggage tags on all of your bags detailing your name and mobile number, so that it can be easily identified. Please do not leave your bag or personal belongings unattended at any time.

How we continue to keep you safe: COVID-19
Whilst our motor racing circuits are outdoor venues, with spectators dispersed over a very wide area, we recognise the importance of maintaining sensible precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. We have therefore retained many of the protocols that have been in place since we welcomed spectators back again in May. Click here for details.