22 NOVEMBER 2020 | Cadwell Park

2020 CIRRUS RESEARCH STAGES

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About

Welcome to the 2020 Cirrus Research Stages! 

Taking place for the first time on the 22nd November 2020, and organised by Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club, the stages will contain up to 50 miles of non-stop rallying action at the UK’s “mini-Nurburgring”: Cadwell Park. 

With the circuit transformed into a series of bespoke special stages, utilising parts of the venue not commonly used, the Lincolnshire circuit has proven itself as one of the most challenging circuits in the UK. 

Sponsored by Cirrus Research, the stages promises to provide plenty of on and off-track action. Round 2 of the MSN Circuit Rally Championship in a/w MSVR Racing, the event will attract some of the UK’s finest rallying machinery, including a range of modern and historic rally cars. 

And if that isn’t enough, when the rally action comes to an end, the sky will be illuminated by one of Lincolnshire’s most spectacular firework displays. The event is not to be missed. 

110 Competitors

5o Miles

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compete

want to compete on the 2020 cirrus research stages?

How do I apply?

Check out the Supplementary Regulations published and then simply fill in the electronic entry form by clicking the link across. 

HOW can I pay?

Payment must occur at the same time as registration and can be made via credit or debit card via Stripe or via Internet Bank Transfer. 

Competitors can still pay by cheque, but should still complete the online entry form. If payment is made by cheque, we will hold your place for a maximum of seven days.  

HOW much?

£325 is all it costs for a great day’s rallying at Cadwell Park. 

entries open: 1 october 2020, 7pm

entries close: 15 NOVEMBer 2020, 7pm

supplementary regulations

Unseeded Entry list

seeded Entry list

Online entry form

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marshal

We're on the look out for help!

Marshals are commonly recognised as the power behind UK motorsport and here at the Cirrus Research Stages, it is no different. 

Aside from actually competing on the event, the best way to get involved is as a safety marshal. You’ll have plenty of fun. 

What do Marshals do? 

The simple answer is plenty. Without marshals, the Cirrus Research Stages wouldn’t run. They are responsible for a whole range of duties, playing a major role in the operation of the stages, managing service halts and ensuring safe competitor and spectator control. 

How do I apply?

There’s no requirement for formal qualifications, all you need to do is register via the Motorsport UK member portal and complete Motorsport UK’s online rally marshal training module. Once complete, to marshal on the Cirrus Research Stages, simply fill in the form on the right and wait for our chief marshal to get in touch! 

Can I find out more? 

If you want to find out more about marshalling, we suggest you take a look at the Motorsport UK website, but if you need any more information about the day get in touch with our Chief Marshal at chiefmarshal@cirrusstages.co.uk

Whatever your level of experience, we need your help! The event couldn’t run without you! 

Marshals Registration (1)
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watch

experience the 2020 cirrus research stages live

Taking place at the idyllic Cadwell Park, the event brings an brings an end to the Cadwell Park season.

With plenty of on and off track action, including a spectacular fireworks display post-event, it is not to be missed. 

Tickets are available to pre-order from the Cadwell Park website, and priced at just £17 for adults it isn’t an event to miss. 

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about cirrus research

motorsport noise monitoring experts

For 50 years, Cirrus Research has pioneered and innovated technology that had made monitoring and measuring noise easier and more accessible to all. 

Based in Hunmanby, North Yorkshire, Cirrus Research specialises in the design, manufacture and distribution of noise measurement instruments. 

Innovative and simple to operate, Cirrus Research noise measurement instruments are supplied around the world of motorsport, helping all those involved comply with noise limits and regulations.

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