Knockhill: Race circuit to host NHS Appreciation Day



FRONTLINE heroes with the NHS can enjoy exhilarating wheel-to-wheel action this weekend for free thanks to the Knockhill Racing Circuit.

Patrons of the site, Scotland’s national motorsport center, are ready to thank the key workers who took care of the country during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering free entry on its very first day of appreciation of the NHS Sunday.

In conjunction with their fifth Armed Forces Appreciation Day on Race Day of the Scottish Motor Racing Club (SMRC) Championship, health services staff have the opportunity to watch the best of Scottish racing as the drivers compete in their penultimate races of 2021..

Stuart Gray, Director of Events at Knockhill, explained: “The debt of thanks we all owe our NHS staff over the past 18 months is incalculable with the effects of the pandemic.

“We all know they were put to the test before March 2020, but their resilience, dedication and steadfast role in the face of the effects of COVID-19 matches the traits of our armed forces in times of conflict. We owe the NHS and our armed forces so much and our Appreciation Day for both sectors is our little way of saying thank you.

“The action will start at noon with a busy afternoon of action, until around 5.30pm, with classics, C1s, Mini Cooper and Fiesta STs and will certainly be action packed. people will come with not already been on the tour. ”

NHS workers wishing to attend must show their NHS ID cards to gain free entry, while serving members or veterans of the armed forces can do so with their proof of service. In addition, anyone accompanying an NHS employee or member of the armed forces can access it at a preferential rate, while those under 12 are free.



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