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Motorsport UK is the national membership organisation and governing body for four-wheel motorsport in the UK, representing competitors, volunteers, clubs and fans.
As a member focused organisation, Motorsport UK embraces a diverse community that includes 720 affiliated motor clubs, 30,000 competition licence holders, 10,000 volunteer marshals, 4000 officials and a legion of passionate motorsport spectators and fans.
Motorsport UK issues over 5000 event permits every year providing everyone with the opportunity to get close to the action. Motorsport UK is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to service and grow the sport. It is also a founding member of the world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).
GoldTrack is one of the UK's best established and most respected professional trackday event organisers. It runs open pitlane events with no queueing and offers its clients expert driver tuition with Calum Lockie, an enormously experienced racing driver.
A packed annual calendar sees it run trackdays at the UK's best circuits including Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Donington Park and Goodwood among others, plus Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium. GoldTrack is a founder member of the Association of Track Day Organisers (ATDO) and runs all its events to the ATDO Code of Practice.
The British Automobile Racing Club is one of the UK’s biggest, most highly regarded motorsport organisations with a history spanning over 100 years. BARC is responsible for organising more than 35 championships and upwards of 60 race meetings each year and has a global reputation for event organisation and promotion.
Based at Thruxton, BARC also operates the race tracks at Croft and Pembrey as well as the Gurston Down and Harewood Hill hillclimb venues. It owns TOCA, the company that runs the British Touring Car Championship, and is proud to have been involved in every motorsport event held at Goodwood House and Motor Circuit since the first Festival of Speed in 1993. Recent improvements to venues, including a Skid Pan and Hospitality Centre at Thruxton, have ensured the BARC remains at the very pinnacle of the sport.