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Plans are announced for the Re-opening motor race meeting at rebuilt track - September 3-5, 2010. Donington Park’s new leaseholders, Adroit, and Masters Historic Racing will jointly organise a programme of racing and special demonstrations to celebrate the re-opening of the famed circuit.

The three-day timetable will include a wide spread of historic races, from 1970/80s’ Grand Prix cars, to 1960s saloons, as well as a demonstrations by cars from Donington’s famous Grand Prix Collection, by modern race teams and by racing bikes. The two-day public programme is planned to widen the audience for historic racing, as well as to the loyal East Midlands region which has supported the circuit and the Wheatcroft family after the closure of the circuit during autumn 2009, under its previous tenants.

As well as the racing, there will be much to entertain fans of all ages and interests with special displays, parades, on-track demonstrations, bands, car clubs, music and parties for the competitors.

The event will be called “DONINGTON REVIVED! – A Celebration”
Circuit repair and refurbishment. New leaseholders Adroit, led by Group Managing Director David Broome, and Operations Director and Project Manager Steve Watton, with Donington Park' s owner Kevin Wheatcroft, and the consulting engineers at Pick Everard, are underway with the rebuild plan, and in close consultation with the Governing Body of motorsport, the MSA, plan for a re-construction timetable which allows for the track to be fully ready and inspected to MSA and FIA Grade 2 level in good time before the event date.

All registered race entrants for the Donington Revived! Meeting, will enjoy a special preview and test day in late August, when the sights and sounds of many famous classic racing cars will once again echo around Donington Park.
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