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Sponsor ICC part of the Isle of Wight Speed Trials 2022

Online ticket sales have now ended. All wristbands can be collected from the booking office at Fort Street car park, Sandown from 8:00am Saturday morning.

Please use the links below for live timings on race days:
Interim Results by Class  |  Interim Results Overall  |  Entry List

Sunday Only:
Interim Combined Results by Class  |  Interim Combined Results Overall

Timetable Summary

Saturday 2nd April 2022
7:15am
Sign-on and scrutineering
8:00am Noise testing
8:45am
Mandatory drivers briefing
9:00am
Practice runs followed by competitive runs
Approx 12:00pm
60 minute lunch break
Approx 1:00pm
Competitive runs recommence
Approx 5:30pm
End of competition
Sunday 3rd April 2022
8:00am
Scrutineering only for cars identified by scrutineers
8:45am
Mandatory drivers briefing
9:00am
Practice runs followed by competitive runs
Approx 12:00pm
60 minute lunch break
Approx 1:00pm
Competitive runs recommence
Approx 4:00pm
End of competition

The first event planned as part of the Isle of Wight Speed Trials is the Island Car Centre Sandown Sprint held over the weekend of 2nd & 3rd April 2022. It will hark back to the days before national speed limits on UK roads when there were regular speed trials and rallies held on the Isle of Wight. These continued up until the 1960s and 1970s including some based in Sandown.

In 2017 Motorsport UK successfully lobbied for a change in the law which would allow Local Highways Authorities to suspend the Road Traffic Act and enable motor racing on closed public roads and for the first time make it viable for local organisations to go racing.

Solent is a local events and marketing company that has teamed up with the Isle of Wight Car Club with the aim of running a new motorsport event on the Isle of Wight. The IOWCC is registered by the MSA. This would be one of the first speed events run on closed public roads in England under the new regulations. The first event planned under the banner of the Isle Wight Speed Trials was planned in 2020 as a sprint based in Sandown – the Island Car Centre Sandown Sprint 2020. National restrictions due to the pandemic forced the postponement of the proposed 2020 and 2021 events. The Isle of Wight Car Centre Sandown Sprint will now take place over 2nd & 3rd April 2022.

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Island Car Centre Sandown Sprint

Harking back to the days before national speed limits on UK roads, Isle of Wight Speed Trials inaugual event, the Island Car Centre Sandown Sprint will evoke a sense of nostalgia as vehicles compete once again on Culver Parade.

Pathe Newsreels still provide a record of motor rallies and sprints being held on public roads on the Isle of Wight in the 1950s, in places like The Cascade in Ventnor and the Esplanade in Sandown. Once the national speed limits were introduced in the 1960s all of this was effectively outlawed until a recent change in the law.

Following nearly two years of consutation and planning, Solent and the Isle of Wight Car Club announced the dates for the first Island Car Centre Sandown Sprint part of the Isle of Wight Speed Trials in 2020. Following national lockdowns, this new motor sport event will be one of the first of its type to be held on public roads in England and take place in April 2022.

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IW Speed Trials 2022 Map