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Save Mallory Park Circuit

Official e-petition in support for Mallory Park.
Those wishing to show their support for the 'Save Mallory Park' campaign can sign an official e-petition, hosted by the UK Government (link below)

Mallory Park has held a variety of motorsport since the 1950s and was part of the BSB calendar until the 2011 season.

The circuit has faced repeated threats over noise issues, with recent unconfirmed rumours suggesting the venue could be sold for housing due to the increasing restrictions.

CLICK HERE to sign the petition.


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Ivan copson - Unregistered

March 13, 2013 3:49 PM

I first visited mallory in 1956 when bikes had dustbin Fairings then it was the church and the lord day Observance society that was a pain now it's someone With with an axe to grind if they don,t like move they knew there was a racetrack there when they bought The property



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