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Kings of Dirt! DTRA Flat Track Nationals Round 4 & Hooligans Round 3 – Event info!

Kings of Dirt! DTRA Flat Track Nationals Round 4 & Hooligans Round 3 – Event info!

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the DTRA sadly won’t be making its usual summer trip to Redcar Speedway this season and is instead heading back to Adrian Flux Arena in King’s Lynn, Norfolk for the next round of flat track racing on Sunday 15th August, presented in partnership with Indian Motorcycle.

Feature Image courtesy of Paul France

This replaces the advertised Round 5 event; as we were only able to run one round of racing at Amman Valley in July rather than the scheduled two, this race meeting will represent Round 4 of our Flat Track Nationals championship, and Round 3 of Hooligans.

All classes will race on Sunday, meaning it’s going to be a busy but fun day. We hope all of our riders are still able to make it to the changed venue, and thank you all for your support in what is still a difficult time to schedule race meetings.

This race meeting will be open to spectators and is free. All attendees are requested to wear face masks at all times within the arena, car park and camping areas, and also ‘Check In’ on the NHS COVID-19 app upon arrival.

Here’s everything you’ll need to know about getting ready for racing at Adrian Flux Arena.

About the track at Adrian Flux Arena

The track at the Adrian Flux Arena is longer than the average UK short track, and has a consistent surface when it’s kept well-prepped by the team, although the shale surface does tend to groove up after a few heats.

Here’s where to find the track:

King’s Lynn Stadium
Saddlebow Rd, King’s Lynn PE34 3AG

Running order and racing times –

Sign On – 8.00am

Riders Briefing 9.45am

Practice – 10.15am

Followed by racing

Finals are scheduled for around 4pm

Track facilities 

The Adrian Flux Arena has exceptional facilities for all types of guests. Here’s what you’ll find at this track, however please note some facilities may still be limited or unavailable due to COVID-19 safety restrictions so please arrive prepared.

A huge trackside car park, which is camping-friendly and secured at night

Ample sized, covered pits

Indoor and outdoor bars

Food outlets, including a seated cafe

Several well-maintained male and female showers and toilets

Grandstands around most of the track for spectators, and a disabled viewing area