Saabs “flying” round Castle Combe circuit!

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Saabs are flying round Castle Combe circuit on Saturday the 20th of August to not only enjoy a great day out, but to raise funds for the Air ambulance service.

As you all know the Air ambulance provides a vital service to communities by flying victims of road traffic accidents to hospital that have life threatening injuries.

We Saab owners have been given the opportunity to help keep the service flying by “slowly flying” around Castle Combe Circuit in our cars.

The Bristol Pegasus motor Club has once again invited GWS to join them on their annual track day.

The event is free to all Saab drivers along with the chance to take to the track during a parade lap with a very modest £2 charge which will go directly to the Air Ambulance service.
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GWS hope to see as many Saabs turn up to support this worth while cause. Saab owners have been given an exclusive parking area, where you can chat to and display your car with like minded fans.
There is no need to book, just turn up on the day. For further information please contact the Bristol Pegasus Motor Club or Great Western Saabs directly.

So put August the 20th in your diary and join us for a day to remember.

2 thoughts on “Saabs “flying” round Castle Combe circuit!

  1. Alex
    Many thanks for helping promote this event and the Air Ambulance, which is a very worthy cause. Previous years we have seen the number of SAAB attending grow and we hope this year will be no exception. It is a very laid back and relaxing day and of course as with all GWS gatherings, families are always welcome.
    How dedicated are we to this event, SAAB and the Air Ambulance? Some of us are shortening the rest of our holiday following IntSAAB in Sweden so we can be there on the day!

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