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Donington Park Dukeries Rally: Spectator information

Friday, December 03 2021

Sunday's Maxus Dukeries Rally (5 December) is the final motorsport event of the season at Donington Park, with 100 rally cars set to take on the challenges of a transformed circuit. Here's everything you need to know to make the most of your trip to the circuit.

Click here to download a timetable for this weekend's event.

Entry list
Click here to view the current entry list.

Gate opening times
Public admission to the circuit is from 7.30am on Sunday. Access to the circuit this weekend will be via the Paddock Gate.

Venue Map
Click here to view map of the venue.

How to get here
Please click here for directions to the venue.

Additional tickets will be available upon arrival at the venue. Adult tickets are available for £16, while discounted rates are available for teenagers aged 13-15 and senior citizens, and children under 13 go free.

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.

All advance tickets have now been dispatched and were sent by either Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. If you haven't received them, contact us urgently at tickets@msv.com

Print-at-home/e-tickets 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 venue. All e-tickets can be printed or scanned from a mobile device.

Please have your tickets separated before arriving at the gate.

Pre-registration is not required for season pass holders, who should present their passes on the gate as usual.

There is no camping available at the circuit this weekend.   Click here to view a list of local establishments.

All public car parking is free of charge and will be outside the main entrance.
Please note that Starkey's Parking is not open for this event.

Disabled Parking
There will be a dedicated parking and viewing area in the paddock behind the Redgate suites. Please present your blue badge when you arrive and you'll be directed to the correct location.

Food and drink
The Garage 39 restaurant, bar and café will be open throughout the event serving a variety of food and refreshments.

Infield access
Segments of the rally will take place on the gravel roads of the circuit infield. Infield spectator access will be available via the tunnel in the Paddock. Once on the infield, spectators are asked to ascend the steps and view from the elevated position adjacent to the Wheatcroft Straight.

Free grandstand seating
Seating in the Hollywood Grandstand will be free of charge throughout the event.

Trade and merchandise
The MSV Megastore in the paddock will be open, while additional merchandise stands will be located alongside it. The Megastore will have a range of Donington Park memorabilia including umbrellas, jackets and hats, plus other gift ideas.

Radio Donington
Radio Donington will be broadcasting live commentary, interviews and spectator information throughout the weekend on 87.7FM.

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. 

How we continue to keep you safe: COVID-19
Whilst our motor racing circuits are outdoor venues, with spectators dispersed over a very wide area, we recognise the importance of maintaining sensible precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. We have therefore retained many of the protocols that have been in place since we welcomed spectators back again in May. Click here for details.