This page will contain all the information you need to enter Watergate Bay Sprint. Here you will find event regulations, forms and important updates for competitors so please ensure you keep checking the page on the run up to the event.

Following the outstanding success of our first two events in 2018 and 2019 the organisers were very pleased to have run the 2021 under a sprint format to great acclaim despite the Covid-19 Pandemic. After another successful running in 2022, the format will continue.

We continue enjoying cooperation and support from the Motorsport UK, local businesses, landowners, local authorities and Councillors, Fire Service, Ambulance, RNLI, Coastguard and the Police.



Thanks to our friends at Hendra Holiday Park, we are delighted to be able to offer our signed on marshals, officials, spectators and competitors a very special rate during the Watergate Sprint weekend.

• Exclusive 15% off of full tariff for Static caravans, classic range or above, for the Fri 16th Sept-Mon 19th Sept break

• Exclusive 10% off of full tariff for touring/camping/Pods, inc. electric and serviced pitches based upon per person and per night rates.

All bookings will need to quote WBS23 to access the above discounts and they will have to be booked via phone (01637 875778) and won’t be available online.

Standard T&Cs apply, including booking party make up being families and couples only, no large groups etc.

Head to Hendra Holiday Park to find out more: CLICK HERE

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I use my single seater?

Single Seaters cannot be permitted due to the track permit. Sorry!

When can I enter?

Regulations will be available nearer the event. Please check social media for instant updates.

How do I enter?

We will confirm when entries will open soon. Entries MUST be made online via the official link. No other way will be accepted. Your entry is NOT processed until paid in full.

How long is the course?

The closed-road sprint course will be approx 820 metres. The course offers a new challenge for competitors as they tackle the stretch along the B3276 coast road between Padstow and Newquay.

What will the format be?

Each day will consist of one practice run and three timed runs.