Win A Track Day Experience With Ginetta Cars

Win A Track Day Experience With Ginetta Cars

In celebration of our successful Ginetta Racing Drivers Club, we are giving one ambitious racing driver the opportunity to win a track day in a Ginetta G40 Club car, complete with expert tuition from a top driver coach.

Our road legal racing car is proving increasingly popular with track day regulars wanting to try their hand at ‘proper’ racing as well as motoring enthusiasts looking to tick ‘become a racing driver’ off their bucket list. Yet, you wouldn’t sign up to anything without a good old fashioned ‘try before you buy’ would you, so why not join us and try it out?

You may reckon you’re a Lewis Hamilton in the making, but getting behind the wheel of our Ginetta G40 will push your driving limits to the max. You’ll learn from the very best as you tackle one of the UK’s finest circuits during a trio of 20 minute driving sessions, worth £360.

You don’t need any prior racing experience to be in with a chance of winning, just a valid UK driving licence and a desire to have fun. The prize draw runs from today until 26 August and can be entered free of charge by answering the question below and telling us where and when you’d like to join us.


The all-important qualifying question;

In addition to your ARDS racing licence package, road tax, pair of track days with tuition and all the other little extras you get when you buy a Ginetta G40 Club Car, how many fully supported race weekends on the British GT package do you get?

  1. None – are you crackers, you’ve given me so much already!
  2. Two – we love a day out from time to time.
  3. Four – wow, I’ll be a fully-fledged racing driver in no time.

A little bird told us, you can probably find the answer somewhere on this page.


Track days available are;

  • 30 August at Brands Hatch
  • 27 September at Brands Hatch
  • 3 October at Silverstone


Once you have decided which date you’d prefer, simply click here to enter your details.  Our fingers are already crossed for you.

The perfect way for amateurs to test their mettle at racing, our all-inclusive Ginetta Racing Drivers' Club package is designed specifically for the first-time racing driver. Alongside fellow Club members, we equip our GRDC drivers with all they need to get racing each other in our four round UK series in their very own, road-legal, G40 Club Car.


A Cuppa Tea With.... Adrian Campbell Smith

A Cuppa Tea With.... Adrian Campbell Smith

Here at Ginetta towers, we get lots of praise for our superb racing drivers and the endless laps of entertainment they provide. Yet, you – the public – often don’t get to find out what’s going on under those race suits and helmets. Okay, so it’s usually fireproof underwear, but what about the drivers themselves, what makes them tick?


So, because we love nothing more than a good chatter over a mug of Yorkshire Tea and some custard creams, we’ve sat our drivers down to ask them a couple of questions which should give you an insight into their lives. Or just entertain you for a minute. Our first commentator is GRDC+ superstar, Adrian Campbell-Smith:


Ginetta: What do you have to set to ‘record’ on your TV when you’re away racing?

Adrian Campbell-Smith: My TV merrily records GP3, GP2, or WEC if it is on while I am away; otherwise something else from MotorsTV (before it went off air).


G: Who would play you in a film about your life?

ACS: Hugh Laurie – when I was a youngster my friends used to say we looked alike.  That was before his US TV superstardom of course.


G: Who’s the most exciting person that follows you on Twitter?

ACS: Nobody follows me on Twitter.  Awww.


G: Do you have any pre-race rituals?

ACS: My newest pre-race ritual is to soak my undershirt and helmet liner in the Want2Race team’s ice bucket!  That and remember to put my earplugs in – I recommend this for all drivers.


G: What’s been the hairiest moment behind the wheel of a race car or go-kart?

ACS: Turning into Maggots at Silverstone in race one 2016, when I couldn’t see any of the cars in front, nor either edge of the track, let alone such racing luxuries as the apex – all I had was a fog of spray.