Mallory Park will be open to the public, free of charge, for a huge motorsports memorabilia event being held this Saturday the 1st of March.
The event will also host the unveiling of the 2014 BSB Buildbase BMW’s of Ryuichi Kiyonari and James Westmoreland. This event comes after the announcement earlier this year that the owner of the Buildbase BMW team Stuart Hicken and complog tyres chief Eddie Roberts were taking over management of the circuit.
As well as the unveiling of the BMW bikes there will also be a large collection of vintage and classic machines of both the two and four wheeled variety.
Eddie Roberts addressed concerns about previous noise complains by saying:
“The idea of the open day is to get people along to see what we are doing here and reassure them we are here to run the track the way it should be run. Obviously there has been contention in the past with noise but we are going to be enforcing a zero tolerance policy on excessively loud vehicles and we are doing all we can to address noise escape issues.”
We are trying to make life easier for everyone. We’ve installed drive-by sound recording here and are establishing noise monitoring points in Kirby Mallory. When we’ve found out where the problems are we’ll do all we can to provide acoustic defence.”