Redway Runners Daytona 500

Redway Runners are pleased to be holding the very first Redway Runners Daytona 5000 a 5K event held at Daytona Track

Date Sunday 13th September, 2020
Distance 5K
LocationDaytona Track
Town/CityMilton Keynes
AreaBuckinghamshire, Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire
Start postcodeMK13 8NP
WebsiteVisit website

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Giving you a unique opportunity to run on the International circuit that comprises 11 corners, some of which are very technical and straights of various lengths for the go-cart drivers, but for runners gives a great wider surface to run on in these times when runs need to take place in COVID secure environments. For information, the track record at Milton Keynes is 1 minutes 7.259 seconds set by Anthony Davidson

This will be a test event and therefore, for the first event only open to Redway Runners members, and as we need to make sure we keep everyone safe and follow guidance then runners will start in different waves from 8am on Sunday 13 September 2020 till 9.30am and report 15 minutes before your wave start, all runners will need to have completed by 10am or will have to exit the track.

Entry is just £20 per runner and includes a medal, hot drink (tea or coffee) and a bottle of water. To enter then sign in to your Redway Runners Love Admin account, click here select ‘Events’ find the ‘Daytona 5000’ and click ‘more’ to enter, you will need to select a start time group.

All profits from the event will go to the Redway Runners Charity of the Year.

We will be testing the new club timing system, so will hope to provide a time for your run, which will be available after the event on this website

This is a great opportunity for our beginners who started in January 2020 to graduate and hopefully finally collect the ‘special Graduation medal’ (as well as the event medal)

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