Alan Healy Memorial Rally: Spectator Information

Alan Healy Memorial Rally: Spectator Information

28 March 2024

Alan Healy Memorial Rally: Spectator Information

28 March 2024

We’re looking forward to welcoming fans to the first rallying action of Cadwell Park’s 2024 season with the Alan Healy Memorial Rally this Sunday 31 March. Here is some useful information to help you make the most of your trip to the circuit.

Gate opening times
Entry to the venue is from 8am, with rally action beginning at 9am.

Click here for a timetable of the day’s event.

Venue Map
Click here for the venue map.

Entry list
Click here to view the seeded entry list.

Rally stages
Due to the nature of this event, the normal circuit isn't the only part of Cadwell Park being used for competitive action, with various interior access roads also being incorporated into the rally stages. Please pay attention to signage and be vigilant to keep yourself, your family and the competitors safe.

For information on how to get to the circuit, please click here.

Advance ticket sales have now closed. Tickets will be available on the gate at the following prices:

Adults: £22
Teens (13-15): £14
Under-13s: FREE
Seniors (65+): £16

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. If you haven't received yours, contact us urgently at [email protected].
All advance tickets have now been dispatched and were sent by either Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required.

Print-at-home/e-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 circuit, you must have your e-tickets printed or scanned from your mobile device.

Please have your tickets separated before arriving at the gate.

Grandstand seating
The Mountain Approach and Club Hairpin grandstands will be open to spectators for free.

Parking is free in the main public car parks.

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.

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.

No dogs/animals permitted on site
No animals are permitted anywhere on site, with the exception of guide/assistance dogs. Please contact our call centre on 0344 225 4422 or email [email protected] to advise if you will be bringing a guide/assistance dog.

Scooters/bicycles - prohibited in public areas
Please note that use of personal two-wheeled vehicles, including scooters, e-scooters and bicycles is strictly prohibited within public areas of the venue.

Please respect our neighbours
We kindly ask that all ticketholders driving to the circuit this weekend, drive or ride carefully and considerately both when travelling to and leaving the venue.