In short: A course that is designed for speed In full: Easy to park. Signing up on the evening was straightforward. The course is ideal for a PB attempt. There isn't too much congestion at the start and it's relatively flat all round and of course traffic free. Date of review: May 6, 2011
In short: Definitel PB potential In full: Very good organisation from arriving in the car park to the finish – it made the half-marathon at the same venue look like a shambles.
OK, the track itself isn’t all that exciting, but does it really matter when you’ve got a flat, fast traffic free course?
Quite rightly this race attracts a very big field of all abilities, and has definite PB potential – you just seem to be swept along.
As for the water bottle, I thought it was a really nice touch. In previous years there has been no memento at all, so to provide that plus chip timing all for a tenner (on the day) seems like really good value for money to me. Plus, the water bottle is much more use to me than the usual extra-large t-shirt that ends up at the charity shop, or a medal which ends up in a box in the garage.
In short: Great race, well organised, very flat. Nice to be able to run on the circuit In full: Great race. Very, very flat, loads of PB potential, shame I wasn't fit enough to take advantage of it! Maybe next year. Date of review: May 5, 2011
In short: A great experience to run on this racing track In full: From the starting grid to finishing in the pits, this was one great 10k race. I achieved my PB and eating cup cakes afterwards was a first for me too. I was hoping for a t-shirt, but thought the water bottles was a nice touch! Date of review: May 5, 2011
In short: Great experience, nice to say you have ran on the track! In full: Very well organised, plenty of space, venue is extraordinary (coming from a F1 fan) for extra £5 it would be nice for a t-shirt or medal. Date of review: May 5, 2011