The tracks are currently being prepared for opening soon following the guidelines set by the IATF after it has recognized and approved motorsports as a “non-contact sport.”
However, while on track activities for motorcycles, cars and karts will resume after more than three months, it will be strictly for tune up and practice only as allowed under the General Community Quarantine (GCQ).
Organized trackdays and races or ” organized sporting events” will only resume with restrictions when the government declares Modified General Community Qurantine (MGCQ).
BRCI Managing Head Mr. Nelson Gayola has released the following policies and regulations for the new normal operation of circuit facilities.
“Clark and BRC will be opened after cleaning/maintenance. Kindly wait for our official announcement when we will start accepting you reservation. CRT is now accepting reservations. Strictly NO WALK IN ALLOWED”, he said.
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